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LBS mourns fallen Technician, sign book of condolence

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LBS Director-General, Ledgehood Rennie interacting with the bereaved family of Harris Byrd, including his wife, Quita Byrd and one of his daughter, Siannah Byrd.
LBS Director-General, Ledgehood Rennie interacting with the bereaved family of Harris Byrd, including his wife, Quita Byrd and one of his daughter, Siannah Byrd.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - The Director-General of the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) says Liberia needs more brains in the technical field of broadcasting.

Mr. Ledgehood Rennie, said: “The brain drained the nation is faced with is stalling rapid development in Liberia and there is a need to train more technicians in the field of broadcasting including and other related technical areas.”

Mr. Rennie spoke Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the LBS Compound in Paynesville, when the system’s management and staff signed a book of condolence for the station’s Bong County outstation Engineer, Harris Byrd who died following a brief illness.

Mr. Rennie said he regrets the death of one of his staff again and said the death of Mr. Byrd, is a big loss to the nation and the system. The LBS Workers Union, Moses Dorbor, lauded the late Byrd for his professional and sacrificial services offered the system and will be remembered. 

The bereaved family was represented by the wife of Harris Byrd, Quita Byrd, one of his daughter, Siannah Byrd and the deceased’s Brother, Alfred Byrd, who expressed gratitude to the Management and staff of LBS for the concern but appealed for support to the daughters and wife of  the late Harris Byrd.

 


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