Breaking News – Sierra Leone’s Deputy High Commissioner to UK – Agnes Dugba Macauley passed away

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 03 May 2020:

Sierra Leone’s Deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Ireland, Mrs Agnes Dugba Macauley has sadly passsed away in London this afternoon, after a short illness, senior officials at the High Commission confirmed to the Sierra Leone Telegraph this evening.

Mrs Agnes Dugba Macauley took office  as Deputy High Commissioner on 25th October 2018, after 18 years of administrative and management service in Diplomatic Missions, and 12 years of Case Work Experience with the London Probation Trust.

She is married to Charlie E Ojukutu-Macauley and has 4 children.

We will bring you more on this breaking story as we get more details. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

 

9 Comments

  1. I am sorry to hear this sad news, as a friend and my neighbour for a long time, I wish her family the warmest of condolences. I saw her last in February so it was a great shock. RIP

  2. I met the Deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Ireland, Mrs Agnes Dugba Macauley at IOM UN Organisation Building in London West-end in 2019. In a session with diasporas on ‘disaster preparedness in Sierra Leone.’ Agnes engaged and listened keenly to issues and views of the attendees in the diaspora, confirmed to inform the team at the High commission. A fine mind, poised and graceful. RIP

  3. It’s most times difficult to read the news/headlines, when you hear the death of someone with love for country. You just can’t believe it. May the soul of Mrs Agnes Dugba Macauley rest in peace. Mr. Tamba Lamina, former High Commissioner to the UK and the present Minister of Local Government will be very sad and devastated indeed. Both of them worked hand in hand with the different Sierra Leonean communities in the United Kingdom, to help sort out most of their problems. More importantly, push for investors, donors and development projects to develop the mother land.

    Sierra Leone has lost one of its credible, hard working and trustworthy diplomats. May her soul rest in perfect peace Amen and Amen.

  4. She was a very nice and sympathetic Lady. She is a big Loss. May her soul rest in perfect peace.

  5. She was a nice, lovely, gentle soul who worked for many years in the diplomatic corps. May God give her family the strength and fortitude to bear this loss. May her soul rest in perfect peace

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