The demise of veteran Kamara Abdullai Kamara is a loss we may not get over anytime soon considering his outstanding contribution to our party and his distinct role in our society.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 is a day we will forever remember as a party and a nation. On this day, a brain-truster and an ideologue of SUP shockingly said, “au revoir” - goodbye. The demise of veteran Kamara Abdullai Kamara is a loss we may not get over anytime soon considering his outstanding contribution to our party and his distinct role in our society.
KAK was not only a media specialist, but a distinguished patriot and pen-pusher whose brainpower inspired societal change. His immeasurable impact especially across Liberia’s media landscape will forever remain a source of enthusiasm for young journalists and media practitioners in Liberia and beyond. He was a man full of love, energy, and passion for his profession (Journalism).
An oasis of ideas is a true reflection of his persona. KAK was an enthusiast of intelligentsia and a devotee of excellence. He lived a life of humility, honesty and simplicity. History has a special reward for him as he rests in martyrdom. His time shared with us on earth was incredibly meaningful. We can’t just imagine this loss – it is too aching to bear – death has silence yet another great mind!
But as revolutionaries, our mission to serve and liberate humanity only ends in THE GRAVE. So is the case with veteran ideologue Kamara Abullai Kamara. The mission of KAK was well fulfilled with pride and dignity. This media guru fought a good fight evident by his much-admired legacy. He served our party with dedication, diligence and discipline.
SUP considers KAK a MARTYR as he reunites with Michael G. S. Dolo, Irene Nimpson, Benedict Garlawolu, Wuo Garbe Tappia, Tonia Richardson, Weewee Debah and other ideological martyrs of SUP. The party once more extends sympathy to his family and calls on everyone to celebrate the life of KAK because he was a good and an honest man.
We must now console and remind ourselves with these few lines from the speech of Frederick Engels delivered at the funeral rite of Karl Marx, a revolutionary socialist, on March 17, 1883 at the Highgate Cemetery in London:
“…For Marx was before all else a revolutionist. His real mission in life was to contribute to the liberation of the modern proletariat. He fought with passion. And he died beloved, revered and mourned by millions of revolutionaries.”
In line with our party’s tradition and doctrine, the most powerful man of the Vanguard Student Unification Party has mandated the Women Presidium of the party to open a Book of Condolence in honor of veteran Kamara Abdullai Kamara on Monday, May 21, 2018.
Chairman Butu Levi is calling on all Liberians especially veterans, ideologues, cadres and militants of SUP to assemble as of Monday and sign this Book of Condolence in loving memory of our fallen pro-media champion – KAK.
In furtherance, the Party wishes Islamic SUPists and all Muslims a Ramadan full of joy and peace as they observe one of the major pillars of the Islamic Faith (The Sawm). As Muslims worldwide go through this holy month of fasting, SUP calls on Liberian Muslims in and out of Liberia to pray for a prosperous, peaceful and unified nation.
In a dispatch from the office of the chairman, comrade ideologue Butu Levi said, “A unified and peaceful nation that pursues justice and equality is what all Liberians deserve regardless of culture, creed or status. Liberia is still off-track after almost 171 years. This is why we are calling on you (Muslims) to fast and pray for our nation to rise above poverty, bad governance and disunity. Our nation must never underestimate the power of unity in diversity. We call on you to also remember Representative Munah Pelham-Youngblood.”
Long Live SUP – Long Live Massescracy – Long Live Social Justice, Academic Freedom and Peace. SUP remains Supreme.
Done and issued on this 21st Day of May A.D. 2018 by the mandate of the Politburo and Central Committee concomitantly.