Dr Debretsion Extended Interview with Local Journalist on Current Issues and TPLF Reorganization- Dec 13, 2017
Dr Debretsion who recently was appointed as TPLF Chairman replacing outgoing Chiarman Ato Abay Weldu gave an extended interview to local journalist covering issues ranging from TPLF reorganization and Ethiopia's current political development. He gave a very candid account of the recently concluded TPLF meeting internal procedures and deliberations. He emphasized the meeting was done in a very transparent manner. Dr Debretsion said the current political development in the country is worrisome and TPLF is ready to work with EPRDF sister organizations to heal the wounds! Debretsion said TPLF has recognized and accepted some of the criticism other EPRDF member organizations leveled against but the current political development is not sustainable. He said TPLF has no other plan except to face head on the ills of the country along with its partners in the EPRDF. He said in no uncertain term an eye for an eye is not the solution nor does TPLF has a plan to fight it alone. He said we will collectively overcome the problems! For more Listen to the interview below and for an extended print coverage at next edition of Wurayna magazine!
Part 3 and 4 will be available soon!
Toward a new narrative on the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam CAIRO - 13 December 2017: I attended the World Youth Forum in Sharm El-Sheikh in early November 2017, where I interacted with some of the brightest and most accommodating young thinkers in Egypt.The issue of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), of course, was the subject I talked ...
It is up to all of us to make or break the Federal System. Samuel Estefanous 12-13-17 - Much as I am ill disposed towards global TV spin doctors, motivational speakers and televangelists, I always tend to get some good stuff to mull over from their emotionally charged roller coasters. Here is Oprah....
EPRDF Politics: EPRDF Executive Leadership is in close-door meeting.
With the conclusion of the much awaited conference of the TPLF, EPRDF is set to start tackling the nation's issue! The executive leadership has started its closed door meeting where it will decide the course of action to correct and address the myriad of issues crippling the nation. The meeting is being attended by former and current executive leadership members where the former will not have a voting power! Many we talked are expecting critical decision(s) to come out of the meeting. Aigaforum Dec 12, 2017
Former Facebook executive: social media is ripping society apart A former Facebook executive has said he feels “tremendous guilt” over his work on “tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works”, joining a growing chorus of critics of the social media giant...
Ethiopia is certainly facing the "ripping apart" effect of this social media tool! The youth is totally consumed by it and evil forces are making sure the youth is reading their hateful messages and fake news that magnifies the diversity not the unity! Time for the government to think hard how to tackle such effect on its own instead of waiting for Facebook to come up with a better tool. The government must save the youth now, not tomorrow!
Current status in Ethio-Egypt relations Gemechu Tussa 12-13-17 -
The Nile Basin countries have endowed with a huge resource: the Nile River. They could have mutually benefited if and only if they apply appropriate water management and good will to develop together. ...
I spent 34 hours flying coach on Ethiopian Airlines, the best airline in Africa Before I booked my round-trip flight to Nairobi, Kenya, in November, the longest flight I'd taken was a 12-hour nonstop trip from New York to Israel.
This was a different beast: a two-connection flight beginning Sunday night and ending in the wee hours of Tuesday, then the same thing all over again a week later. The total flying time was about 17 hours each way, excluding layovers.
My saving grace was that I was flying Ethiopian Airlines...
Israeli Firm's Spyware Used Against Ethiopian Dissidents: Canadian Group
TORONTO/TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Surveillance software from Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems Ltd was used in an espionage campaign targeting Ethiopian dissidents living outside the East African nation, a Canadian research institute said on Wednesday. With what kind of measuring stick is the likes of Ginbot 7 and its members considered as dissidents? It is amazing how those in the west enjoying a peaceful life due to the power of super computers and intelligent software to stop terrorist activities and impending mayhem are trying to undermine Ethiopia's quest to stop foreign based mercenaries who have sworn in broad day light to use all means necessary to topple its government. It is not fair at all!
Reportage:- Mekelle university held a workshop for "Training for trainers on Science Technology Engineering And Mathematics(STEM)". The training was held with the cooperation of academicians and professionals from three American University namely:Texas University,North Carolina Central University and Lehman College.
Dec 5, 2017 - According to an email alert sent to us, a German tourist was killed and Ethiopian guides wounded in an attack at Erta Ale by up to 15 infiltrators from Eritrea. Apparently the infiltrators were positioned on the heights and shot down.
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EthiopianMobile ApplicationGoes Live
Addis Ababa, December 5, 2017 -
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa andSKYTRAXcertified Four Star Global Airline, is pleased to announce that it has launched a brand new Mobile Application,
Dr Arekebe Ogubay - The “African Rising” or “African lions on the move” narrative that has gained currency in recent years emphasizes the growth on the continent in the early part of the new millennium. External factors, especially prices and ...(Skip to Page 120)