• Broken Ties?

    “I suspect that former Minister Woods will be equally responsible for things that happened under his watch when it comes to the problems we had at Public Works, so the head person takes responsibility even though they may not be directly responsible.”- Pres. Johnson-Sirleaf

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  • ‘Big Light' Test

    The Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf-led government is racing against time to fulfil a number of project deliverables it hopes will leave an imprint on the ruling UP legacy. FPA continues a special series looking at projects in the pipeline with a look at electricity.

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  • Least Developed Rivercess County

    I scrutinized my conscience as a son of Rivercess and suddenly got overwhelmed by the fact that Rivercess, although possessing vast resources, is undoubtedly “the least developed county in Liberia”

  • Ebola-The Wind That Blows

    The cold wind of the Ebola Virus took its first sweep in 1976. The effects of it goose bumps – very lethal, very infectious – were instantaneously felt in Nzara, a Sudanese Town, and in Yambuku of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

  • Liberia’s Diplomatic Blindness
    The political economist continues to base a nation’s influence and worth on Power, economy, and military capability and as such India is among those powerful emerging world economies.


  • Lawrence A. Sneh Departs

    Filled with sadness, we announce the death of our beloved Lawrence A. Sneh, which occurred on July 29, 2015 at the Redemption Hospital, New Kru Town, Liberia.

  • Miata Watson Passes Away

    The Watson family announces the homegoing of Mrs. Miata Kromah Watson. She died on July 26, 2015 at her residence in Monrovia. She was 77 years old.

  • Josephine Shannon: A Tribute

    The death on June 12, 2015 of Josephine Greaves Shannon marks the shedding of yet another of the older generation of Liberian educators.

  • Rev. Walter D. Richards Is Dead

    He pastored Salem Baptist and First Baptist Churches and also served as the Deputy Minister of Education in the Williams R. Tolbert's government.