Remains Of Foreign Liberian Student Arrive Tomorrow For Burial
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced with profound regret, the death of student Fred G. Wonasue who died in Morocco on March 1, 2015, while pursuing studies under a government bilateral scholarship. He died at the age of 26.
According to a Foreign Ministry release, the remains of the deceased are expected to arrive in Liberia on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at the hour of 10:00 a. m, and taken to the Samuel Stryker Funeral Home in Sinkor, pending funeral arrangements by his family.
According to the release, the late student Wonasue was studying in Morocco under the auspices of the Liberian-Moroccan Bilateral Scholarship Program.
An autopsy report forwarded to the Ministry via a dispatch from the Liberian Embassy in Rabat, says student Wonasue died from a “Myocardinal Infarction” (a natural cause).
The release further indicated that the body of the deceased will be accompanied to Liberia by Messrs. Momoh M. Sheriff, Education Counselor of the Liberian Embassy in Morocco and David C. Wonasue, brother of the deceased.
Meanwhile, the Government of Liberia expresses its deepest condolence to the bereaved family for the loss sustained and prays that the Almighty God will grant them solace during this difficult period of grieve.