The sudden death is reported of Mr. Arthur Ben Tucker, formerly of No. 94 George Brook, Dwazark and a senior journalist who worked for Unique News Newspaper.
He was 34.
This sad event took place on April 1, 2017 at 6:30am.
He is survived by his mother, Madam Fatmata Sellu and his fiancée, Ms. Fatmata Conteh.
His uncles include; Mr. Barba Fortune, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Lands and Country planning, Mr. Charles Sellu, Koinadugu District Youth Officer, Mr. Charles Moinina-Director, Youth Affairs, Andrew Sellu-Staff Sergeant, 34 Military hospital, Mr. Bob Philip Lebbie-Budget Oversight Committee, Kenema district, Rtd. Brigadier Moidebor Leslie Leemah, and Mr. Baky Tucker-Kamara
His Aunts’ are: Mrs. Mary Kposowa and Mrs. Mariama Kaloko
In laws include: Dr. Solomon Gbani, Lecturer, FBC, Ibrahim Sam, and Mr. H.S Bangura.
Brothers include: Junior Karim, Mohamed Sellu, Moidebor Sellu, Emmanuel Sellu and Joseph S. Ansumana of Daily Mail News paper
His sisters include: Christiana Yatta Sam (Mrs), Hawa Shaw, Mary Sellu and Isata Sellu
Friends include: Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray, Chairman and Leader of Alliance Democratic Party, Edmond Abu-Executive Director, Native Consortium and all members of NTT, Prof. Abdallah, Magistrate Mohamed Serray wurie, Abdul M. Fatorma, Executive Director, CHARDI, Abu Bakarr Sheriff- Editor, Concord Times, Alhassan Jalloh-Editor, Unique News Newspaper
All members of Sierra Leone Association of Journalists, Sierra Leone Reporters Union, Sierra Leone Court Reporters Association, Staffs of New Vision newspaper, staffs of Concord Times Newspaper, old students of Holy Trinity-Kenema, The Sierra Leone Grammar School, and FBC, History Department class of 2012.
The body would be laid out at the 34 military hospital mortuary at 1pm on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 and interment at the Wilberforce cemetery after the 2 o’clock prayers.
Sympathizers may call on 077-201-489, or visit No. 94 George Brook, Dwazark.
We are sorry for any omission of names as everybody is equally important.
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