President George M. Weah says the late Grand Cape Mount County Senator Edward B. Dagoseh was a kind man and he treated everyone with respect.
The President notes that he knew the fallen senator when he (Weah) was playing for the National Team, the Lone Star and the late Senator Dagoseh was working at the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Signing the book of condolence Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at the Capitol in Monrovia, President Weah also recalls that he and the late senator served in the Senate together, saying, the fallen Senator treated everyone with great humanity.
“We are all hurt by his death; it’s a great loss. I got to see him in the last days. I remembered when he came down to the Executive he talked about going to India”, Pres. Weah laments.
He encourages the deceased’s children, widow, brothers and other relatives to be strong , consoling that, “after life is death and there’s nothing we can do; may his soul rests in peace.”
The late Senator Edward B. Dagoseh died on June 1st in Monrovia, following a protracted sickness. He served as Chairman on the Committee on Ways, Means and Finance of the Liberian Senate.
He also worked on other committees at the senate prior to his demise. Meanwhile, His remains will be taken to the Capitol for state funeral on Thursday, June 27, to be followed by interment at his home town in Grand Cape Mount County.
Since January, the 54th Legislature has lost two senators as a result of sickness and one representative in a car crash. By Ethel A. Tweh–Editing by Jonathan Browne