Death Strikes Traditional Council

Death has entered the National Traditional Council of Liberia snatching away its Vice Chairman for Administration on Political and Governance Affairs, Chief George W. J. Golegio.   He died on June 1, 2013 following a protracted period of illness and according to his son, Chief Golegio was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Redemption Hospital on the Bushrod Island.

Mr. Jasper disclosed that prior to his death, his father; Chief Golegio suffered from enlarged heart, diabetes and other complications. The remains of the Vice Chairman of the National Traditional Council of Liberia has been deposited at the Abraham Roberts Funeral Home on the Somalia Drive in Monrovia.

The traditional chief was born on January 28, 1932. He was 81 years. He met his demise having served the National Traditional Council of Liberia from 1994 to present. Chief Golegio was a powerful speaker who was always on top of things when it came to the issues of Liberian tradition, peace and reconciliation among Liberians.

Meanwhile, many Liberians have extended condolence messages to the Chairman and members of the National Traditional Council for the death of their colleague, Chief Golegio. The citizens praised the late chief for his service to the nation and his immense contributions to the restoration of peace and tranquility in the country.