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PUL Expels Sekou Sheriff

The Press Union of Liberia has with immediate effect expelled reporter Sekou Sheriff of Freedom FM and ban him from all PUL activities and functions.

The decision followed the rude conduct of reporter Sheriff who early Monday destroyed the tentative voters roll of the PUL at the Union’s Headquarters on Clay Street.

Sekou who claimed to be an agent of the National Security Agency (NSA) was accompanied other NSA agents.

Sheriff works for Freedom FM, owned by Deputy NSA Director, Sam Siryon.

The station declared unprofessional and notable for broadcasting messages with great potential to plunge the country into conflict.

Meanwhile, the PUL has informed the Ministry of Justice on the use of National Security Agency (NSA) agents to vandalize the Union’s Information Stands or bulletin board.

 

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