The Late Mother Violet Ma Musu Kulah Hailed

The Late Mother Violet Ma Musu Kulah Hailed

The remains of the Late Mother Violet Ma Musu Kulah arrived at the S. T. Nagbe United Methodist Church in Sinkor, Monrovia amidst a weeping, crying, and whimpering crowd of families, relatives, friends, and church officials on July 19, 2012.  During the wake keeping over the remains of the late Mother Kulah, her husband, the Rev. Dr. Arthur F. Kulah, hailed her as a loving and caring who supported his Episcopal leadership throughout her life here on earth. Bishop Kulah said “his interpersonal relationship with my congregation was enhanced by the daily advice that Violet gave to me.” “She was with me at every level of my Christian journey,” the bishop added trying to hold back his tears.

As part of his reflection during their life together, Bishop Kulah, who now serves as bishop of the Nigeria Area and also served as bishop of the Liberia Area of the United Methodist Church, told mourners that the late Mother Kulah was not just a wife to him, but a supporting partner in his ministry to the church and the people of Liberia.

Earlier, Rev. John K. Yambasu described the late Mother Kulah as a loving hero who has gone from labor to rest.  “I see our mother resting in the arms of Jesus Christ after her service here with us,” the Sierra Leonean bishop said. Bishop Yambasu, who intermittently referred to the late Mother Kulah as his own mother, urged mourners to celebrate her home going by cherishing and emulating her good deeds.

The wake keeping was attended by several church leaders including the Conference Lay Leader and Chancellor. Also attending the wake of the late Mother Kulah, was the Public Works Minster Samuel Kofi Woods and former Interim President, Dr. Amos Sawyer.

Meanwhile, the remains of the Late Mother Violet Kulah have been taken to Gbarnga City, Bong County for another night of wake keeping and burial on Saturday, July 21, 2012.

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