• 'Frustrated'

    Unlike many of Liberia’s recently-departed former Heads of State, Bryant was not looking for handout, all he wanted was to be awarded his tugboat contract that he legitimately won through a competitive bidding process.

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  • 'Risky Play'

    Boggled down by a near-economic collapse, deteriorating economy, a corrupt state and rapidly growing concerns over the uncertainty about her yet-to-be-designated successor...

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  • 'Goodbye Gyude'

    Gyude Bryant, 65, Head of the National Transitional Government of Liberia has died. He was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Monrovia.

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  • Did Rep. Dr. Chambers Make False Alarm?

    A Rejoinder to Jerry Wehtee Wion’s Article on the US$200m Lobby Saga
    Liberia’s House of Representatives has commenced probing allegations that the Gov't under the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Administration spent over US$200M on lobbying.

  • Is Liberia Tired of NGOs? Global Witness
    Is Liberia 10 years after Liberia’s civil war, the government of Pres. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is held up as an example of how reformist leadership can bring peace and democracy to a devastated country.
  • Remembering April 12 After 34 Years

    Still unimaginable, apparently out of the implicit involvement of this writer into community development activities imbued out of several years of gainful employment at the erstwhile Liberia Agricultural Land Development and Mechanization Corporation (AGRIMECO, Incorporated), ...

  • Bai Gbala’s Perspective: Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU)

    The Embassy of the United States in Monrovia made available to FPA the “Sensitive But Unclassified”, a Report of Liberia Governance Stakeholder Survey (LGSS) conducted by a group under contract with the USAID Mission in Liberia, for the information of the public.