President Gedu Andargachew Discussion with Diaspora Audience.
The president was a long sought out political figure the Diaspora community was very much interested. Thanks to "Laurate Tsegaye" the president made himself available to answer many questions on current issues. The president gave a detailed answer in regard to Wolqayit/Tsegede, Amhara-Tigrai border demarcation, and on displaced Tigreans from Gondar and surrounding. The president did not answer all questions asked but he gave a very thought provoking answers to some of the questions! The interview was long and is edited for ease of listening. Interview
[Aigaforum Dec 07, 2016]
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