Bomb at Rally 'Proves Ethiopia Isn't Out of the Woods Yet'

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed emerged from within the ruling party amid disarray. His message was markedly different. He spoke the language of the people and tapped into society's aspirations and fears. While it was expected that he'd be a safe pair of hands for ordinary people as well as the ruling elites, nobody expected him to be as direct and decisive as he has turned out to be in his reform efforts, Ethiopian scholar Mohammed Girma tells The Conversation Africa.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed


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