'Women Shouldn't Be Silent Victims' - Ethiopia's Chief Justice
African Arguments caught up with the country first ever woman to be appointed President of Ethiopia's Supreme Court, Meaza Ashenafi, to hear about her first five months in office.
Meaza Ashenafi was appointed President of Ethiopia's Supreme Court in November 2018.
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