The Liberia Football Association (LFA) will open a book of condolence for Paul Elliot Mulbah on Friday.Mulbah served as LFA vice chairman for operations from 1987-1990 and president of Mighty Barrolle Sports Association from 1983 to 1986.
Sports Minister Zeogar Wilson, who played for Barrolle, will lead an array of sports personalities and well-wishers at the signing ceremony, which starts at 10:00AM in the board room of the LFA on Benson Street.LFA President Mustapha Raji and former presidents, Vice President Sekou Konneh and former vice presidents and executive and former executive committee members will also be in attendance.
Former Barrolle stars or Liberia internationals expected at the ceremony will include James Salinsa Debbah, Josiah Nagbe Johnson, Pewou Bestman, Washington Blay, Frederick Cole, Thomas Kojo, Armah Baxter, Robert Clarke and Benjamin Saydee.
Mulbah, who was born on June 24, 1944, died on January 6 after a period of illness at the John F. Kennedy medical center in Monrovia.He also served as Liberia National Police inspector-general, General Service Agency director general, chief of protocol, Liberia Immigration Service deputy commissioner, assistant minister of youths, labor and sports and National Housing Authority managing director among others.
His body will be removed from Samuel A. Stryker funeral home in Sinkor at 3:00PM on Friday.Funeral service will be held at the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church at 9:00AM on Saturday.Interment follows at St. John’s Lutheran Church cemetery in Totota, Bong County.Mulbah is survived by four children, nine grandchildren, four siblings and a host of relatives and friends.
May God grant him and all faithful departed eternal rest.