Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed spoke to VOA's Eskinder Firew about Ethiopia's relationship with neighbor Eritrea, judicial reforms and the imprint he hopes to leave.
'All of My Intention and Action Is Aimed at Elevating Ethiopia' - PM
VOA, 31 May 2019
For the past year, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has led Ethiopia through dramatic changes. Entrenched ethnic tensions and complex regional conflicts have posed ongoing challenges to… Read more »
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed inaugurates the expanded Bole International Airport.
Chronicles of Sidama People's Struggle for Self Rule
Addis Standard, 30 May 2019
The quest of Sidama statehood has become a point of discussion in the political arena of Ethiopia. Notwithstanding to its long political and military struggle for self-rule, many… Read more »
The Challenge to the TPLF ... From Tigray's Own Grassroots
African Arguments, 21 May 2019
Local youth protests over land will continue to grow if the TPLF acts as an occupying force rather than a responsible government. Read more »
Like most African nations, Ethiopia brims with difference and diversity. Among our 100 million people, we have around 80 ethnic groups and nearly a hundred languages. These ... Read more »
Recently a group of unemployed graduate physicians have come forward to express their frustrations that although the ministry of health assigned them to regional health bureaus, ... Read more »
An assessment of the conditions for people who are displaced in the Gedeo region shows malnutrition rates above emergency levels for children under five, MSF has said. They also ... Read more »
Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed - the youngest African leader at 42 years old - has initiated a series of unprecedented economic and political reforms in his first 12 months ... Read more »
The fervour of 'Abiymania' has waned in recent months, as the reality of the monumental tests that lie ahead hit home. Having created massive expectations among competing ... Read more »
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