Hahu Daily News Mourning at Semegnew Bekele home - Addis Ababa Ethiopia

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(ልብ የሚሰብር) ሀዘኑ የፀናባቸዉ ወዳጅ ዘመዶቹ የሞሉት የኢንጅነር ስመኘዉ መኖሪያ ቤት ዛሬ ያለዉ ድባብ

Dr Negeri Lencho, Ethiopia’s newly appointed Information Minister has expressed the resolve to develop and protect a vibrant media landscape in the country. Lencho said a vibrant media was non-negotiable in the country’s democracy further linking it to tolerance and stability in a country that has been rocked by anti-government protests since late last year. “We cannot build democracy without vibrant media, without public participation, without tolerance and stability,” but he admits the challenges ahead and expresses a commitment to free media. displayAdvert("mpu_3") We cannot build democracy without vibrant media, without public participation, without tolerance and stability. “There are challenges and I like the challenges because I want to see a better media landscape… I’m not taking this office for a luxury,” the BBC quotes him to have said. Dr Negeri was appointed early this week in a cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn. He replaced Getachew Reda who served as official government spokesperson. He previously served as a journalism professor in Addis Ababa University before his appointment as a Communication Affairs Office Minister. Ethiopia is currently under a 6-month state of emergency imposed on October 9 to help quell anti-government protests in the Oromo and
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