musa bility Op-ed 

Open Letter: Musa Bility must resign as Chair of Liberty Party and solve his “corruption cases”

  An Open Letter to: Rev. Dr. Abba G. Karngar, (Father of Senator, Nyonblee Karngar Lawrence) Message: Kindly ask his daughter, Sen. Karngar, for Musa Bility to resign and solve his “corruption cases”   Dear Rev. Dr. Abba G. Karngar, I extend my sincere gratitude to you for serving the Liberian people over the years.  Sir, we organized the Friends of Brumskine so that we can help our country governance system to be viable and have the characteristics of sustainable development virtues respecting the rule of law, good governance and…

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darius dillion, bush chicken Op-ed 

When a “saint” becomes stained with sin – The Case of Senator Abraham Darius Dillon and an introspective look at post-Brumskine Liberty Party 

  By Martin K. N. Kollie   The soul of Liberia is being wrecked under a deluxe ex-soccer star and integrity is urgently required to salvage Liberians from this nightmare. The cherished ideals of our democracy are being briskly backpedaled. Must we sit back and allow this pervasive misfortune to inhibit our collective destiny and sovereignty?  History affords us only one choice at this critical juncture. And this choice is to speak truth to power – a truth that hurts but also heals – a truth that evokes boldness and…

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Brumskine: I want To Be President Of Liberia

Liberty Party former Political leader, Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine, has been outlining reason why he wants to be the President of Liberia. Cllr. Brumskine said his main objective to govern Liberia is centered on his quest to transform the country for the betterment of the people and ensure that the country play a more meaningful role in international affairs. Cllr. Brumskine who spoke during the weekend after being honored by the Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia (PAML) in Monrovia said he wants to see a more democratic country where the…

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Op-ed 

Options For The Poor: Liberty Party Response To The Annual Message

        By: Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, National Chairman Our Political Leader, Senator Franklin Siakor, the members of the National Executive Committee, officials of other Political Parties here present, partisans, members of the fourth estate: Our presence here today is a continuing symbol of great democratic value. That for only the 7th time in our recent history, a party not in power can offer its frank, honest and opposite view in response to the constitutional exercise which occurs around the last Monday of January each year, that we…

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