Pres. Weah Consoles Bereaved Families
President George Manneh Weah is reportedly deeply saddened by the passing of Counselor David A.B. Jallah and Madame Victoria M. Grant.
In an Executive Mansion dispatch, the President expressed his deepest condolence to the Jallah family and the Judiciary on the passing of their son and colleague. “Cllr. Jallah’s outstanding contributions to society will forever be cherished, as his passing has created a huge void in our legal system and leaves indelible marks in our hearts” the dispatch quotes Pres. Weah as saying.
The President also extended sympathy to the family and colleagues of Madame Victoria M. Grant, who died Tuesday, May 15. Madame Grant was the Executive Protection Service Dispatch Unit Commander.
“It is the hope and prayer of the President that God will comfort the both families in their time of grief and strengthen their resolve to overcome such great losses,” the dispatch issued recently said.
Meanwhile, the President, according to the dispatch, prayed that God would bless the families and the souls of the departed rest in peace.