Members of the media fraternity are still reeling from the untimely death of Gleaner sports journalist, Job Nelson.

Nelson was shot and killed on Collie Smith Drive in St Andrew Tuesday night.

Reflecting on his life as a journalist, President of the Press Association of Jamaica, PAJ, Milton Walker says Nelson was dedicated to the profession.

He’s condemning the senseless killing.

Milton Walker, President of the PAJ.

And Journalist, Rohan Powell says Nelson was a well-rounded individual, who he knew for more than 30-years.

Rohan Powell, journalist.

Both men were speaking during Nationwide at Five on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, journalist, Durrant Pate says he can’t fathom what could’ve led to Nelson’s violent death as he was known to be a humble person.

Durrant Pate, journalist.