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Ethiopia is blessed with many heroes and heroines! Some of our heroes and heroines died fighting colonizers over the years and some died fighting injustice and tyranny. Lately Ethiopia is adding new breed of heroes and heroines. They are called Development Heroes! One such Heroine is Mulu GebreMichael. We came to know about W/ro Mulu from Ethiopian TV Tigrigna/Television Tigray. W/ro Mulu on her own effort planted over 170 trees in her city Adgrat to beautify her city and to help the environment. W/ro Mulu by all measure is a poor lady but do not tell her she is for she will tell you she is not! We salute W/ro Mulu for her exemplary effort and work. We want all our readers and supporters to help us raise token monetary reward for W/ro Mulu. We need to encourage more people to emulate W/ro Mulu.
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The Ethiopian Government in agreement with the business community has introduced a price fix for certain everyday items. Is this good or bad in lieu of current world economic conditions and Ethiopia’s development stage? Is such intervention in accordance with what a developmental state would do?
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Do you think the current inflationary pressure in certain commodities is due to uncontrolled greed or fast development? And is the Ethiopian government justified to fix the price? To leave your comments and... Have Your Say Click Here!
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