This past weekend, partisans of the Liberty Party joined together with residents of Grand Bassa to stage a night of candlelight vigil commemorating the death of the political institutionâ€™s founder and revered son of the county, Charles Walker Brumskine.
A source within the Liberty Party has confirmed to The Bush Chicken that the partyâ€™s former standard-bearer, Charles Walker Brumskine, died from complications related to prostate cancer.
Indeed, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine spent himself in a worthy cause for Liberiaâ€™s betterment. Sadly, like the many great sons and daughters before him whose legacies live only in distant fading memories, what is left of him will depend upon the society he leaves behind.
President George Weah has declared today, Nov. 22, a day of national mourning for the fallen political leader of the opposition Liberty Party, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, 68.
Citizens of Grand Bassa are mourning the death of their kinsman, Charles Brumskine whose shocking death news arrived late on Wednesday, after a period of illness in the United States.
The family of former Liberty Party standard-bearer and political leader, Charles Brumskine, says the lawyer and politician is still far from fully recovering from an ongoing illness.
Following months of stakeholdersâ€™ engagements, the Elections Coordinating Committee has submitted 17 electoral reform propositions to the House of Representatives for amendments.
Liberty Party has refuted widespread reports that its former standard-bearer and political leader Charles Brumskine has died.