In this paper, a cyclic-prefixed (CP) system with pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) for uplink transmission in light-fidelity (LiFi) is discussed. LiFi supports bi-directional transmission, i.e., downlink and uplink transmissions. However, there have been only a few studies on uplink LiFi despite the fact that the uplink traffic demand increases due to frequent use of, for example, video call and live streaming services. The uplink transmission is designed such that a transmitter has a low peak-to-average ratio as well as a lower computational complexity using a CP in conjunction with PAM. We investigate three different schemes, namely linear equalization (LE) where only a feedforward filter is applied, decision feedback equalization (DFE) where a feedback filter is added at the receiver and Tomlinson-Harashima precoder (THP) where a feedback filter is added at the transmitter. Both feedforward and feedback filters are jointly optimized. In addition, we consider an optical wireless channel with reflections, randomly-located and randomly-oriented user equipment, a human body acting as a reflector and a limited linear dynamic range of a light emitting diode. We conclude that a DFE system is suitable in a low spectral efficiency region, where, compared to an LE system, up to 4 dB gain is achieved. A THP system is suitable for a high spectral efficiency region, where up to 5 dB gain compared to the LE and DFE systems is achieved.