The Liberia Report US Govt Did Not Want You to Read – Curtesy Of FPA

While Acknowledging the existence of a U.S. Government funded report on governance labeled “Sensitive But Unclassified” (SBU) which was recently obtained by FrontPageAfrica and used as the backdrop for a number of publications this week, to highlight several governance lapses in the Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf-led government, the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia says FrontPageAfrica quoted selectively from the document and took many things out of context.

    Click for First Batch – (Pages 1-10)
    Click for Second Batch – (Pages 11- 20)

The US Embassy statement reads: Recent articles in FrontPageAfrica (FPA) quote a U.S. Government funded report on governance. This was a report intended for internal use to assist us in project development. The U.S. Government conducts such assessments in countries where it works to better understand the impact of our programming and assistance. Unfortunately, the newspaper quoted selectively from the document, taking many things out of context. We urge all members of the media to remain objective in their reporting.

Beginning today, we will begin publishing verbatim in both online and print, the entire 124-page LEAKED document and let our readers judge the report and its context for themselves.

Written by Liberia Governance Stakeholders Survey


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