Truth FM Deputy Program Manager Itricia Ceimon Is Dead
Monrovia – The Liberian media has lost other member just months after two other members, Lawrence Randall and Mamadee Diakite.
Report by Henry Karmo – [email protected]
Journalists in Liberia were shocked by the death news of Broadcast Journalist Itricia Ceimon.
The late broadcast journalist worked at the Renaissance Communication Incorporated (RCI) owners of Truth FM and RTV owned by business man Musa Bility. She served as Deputy Manager for Programming.
She died Monday morning after a brief illness. She died at the ELWA Hospital on the Roberts International Airport Highway.
The cause of death has not been disclosed.
Her colleagues at RCI described her death as a “shocking loss to the entity”.
They described their fallen colleague as a workaholic and a friendly person who was always among her colleagues and was always lively at work.
Mr. Lyee Bility, General Manager for RCI, in a disappointing tone took minutes of respond to question about what it meant for the entity.
Mr. Layee said: “She was always the happy person who anyone entering Truth FM will meet on first encounter.
She will be missed for her workaholic attitudes exhibited.
She told me she was sick and had to visit the hospital and when she came back, she told me she had low blood and I advised her to drink milk and raw eggs,” he said.
Her death has generated huge comments of sympathy on social media.
Girlsdad Cyrus Joel McGee
You And All Itricia Ceimon?
What another sad day it is for the Liberian Media. I first encountered you when I joined the Royal Communications Inc (King’s FM/Clar TV) family and like you were preferred to be called “The Coolest”, such a cool friend, sister & workmate you were.
Though you were originally from neighboring Sierra Leone where you always returned and worked also as a broadcaster, you never ceased to make your wonderful voice and broadcast style felt whenever you were back in Liberia.
Today you have left us and joined several other colleagues who have gone to the great beyond, including King’s FM Varfley Kromah (The MVP) & George Nyankoon (The Greatest Sexzo).
Itricia, these words are too hard to say Rest In Peace cuz you like others are gone too soon. Our hearts are broken!
God, why the Liberian Media? This is too much for us…If we went wrong in anyway, please forgive, and have mercy on us….
I can’t believe that she’s gone! Itricia Ceimon. The media in Liberia again. Rest in peace my sister
Martha MeMeh Wilfred Johnson
Itricia Ceimon my dear may your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace