Jefferson Daryoue started his journalism career in 2007 at Peace FM in
Harbel, Margibi County, a year after he graduated from high school.
He rose from the position of a reporter to Editor, head of News/ Program
and acting manager of the institution.
In 2016, he was selected among several journalists as a contributor of the
Bush Chicken, an online news outlet in Liberia. Since then, he remains one
of the institution’s dependable reporters based outside Monrovia.
In 2017, Daryoue was trained by the Voice of America (VOA) in elections
reporting. He has also received several other professional certificates in
land rights reporting, sexual and gender based violence reporting, rumor
management amongst others.
He is also a fellow of the Citizens in Liberia Engaged to Advance Electoral
Reform (CLEAR), a program under the Liberia Media Development (LMD)
program which is implemented by Internews with funding from USAID.
Daryoue is a candidate for a Bachelor of Public Administration degree from
the University of Liberia.