02 Dec 2022
Dec 01, 2022...The Late Lesotho Television Camera Journalist, Ts'iu Setho was honoured with a memorial service at LNBS premises prior to his burial on Saturday.
The deceased who met his untimely death a few weeks ago due to vomiting was hailed as a workaholic, strong and very much opinionated character amongst others.
Family, friends and colleagues from different departments in the Ministry of Information, Communications, Science, Technology and Innovation (ICSTI) gathered together in an attempt to celebrate Ts'iu's life under the theme "there is no foot print so small, that it does not leave an imprint on this world."
In her remarks, Information Minister, Ms. Nthati Moorosi expressed condolences to Setho's family, media colleagues at large including friends.
"Ts'iu like any human being had his unique characters which made him unique such as asking the hardest questions to interviewees," she said.
She said the deceased will be missed by many including organisations where he always attended events for television coverages.
Acting Director General LNBS, Mr. Dyke Sehloho said the deceased leaves a huge gap in the camera unit, thus urging the Ministry to fill this gap.
On behalf of Camera unit, Mr. Marcel Mots'ets'e handed over Setho's camera to Mr. Dyke as an indication that the deceased leaves a gap in the camera unit while a moment of silence was also observed.
Today also saw the presence of the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Mr. Lira Moeti, there were also other speakers from electronic media sharing their condolences namely: LMPS, LCS, MISA Lesotho and others.
Ts'iu Setho (RIP) served the Ministry of Information since 2007. He survived by wife, 'Malikano Setho and three children, twin boys a girl.