Shega365 Dr. Abiy Ahmed on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam

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Notwithstanding, it would be more critical for production lines exploiting the copious assets in the area to be set up. The local state is wealthy in mango, sesame, bamboo tree, coal, and marble assets.

To the extent framework is concerned, he stated, the national government will make the essential investigation to ease postpone in the usage of planned ventures, for example, streets.

 

Ethnic tensions in Ethiopia is affecting university education as students from the northen Amhara region have abandoned their studies in the Oromia region. Local media portal, Addis Gazetta, reports that the Amhara students were leaving Metu University campus ‘in droves.’ Their reason for leaving was for fear of their safety, the portal added. According to reports, classes had stalled since last week due to the tensions. Pictures shared showed students on and outside the campus with their packed luggages. Reports indicate that they opted to leave despite assurances from the Oromia regional government to ensure their safety. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Amhara students are leaving Metu University after most students (mainly Tigrayans &Oromos) have already left and gone home pic.twitter.com/7zdSsi8LQS— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) November 17, 2017 Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Education in early November made changes to placement of freshmen into universities located in the Oromia and Ethiopia-Somali regional states. The move which effectively meant students from Oromia and Ethiopia-Somali regions could only be placed in universities located in their respective regions was part of measures to remedy a recent internal strife that led to deaths and mass displacements. Protests had also been staged inside universities in Oromia demanding" />
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Ethiopia PM Abiy Ahmed went to the Grand Ethiopia Rennaissance Dam (GERD) site yesterday, joined by his appointee Demeke Mekonnen and other best government authorities.

They were given a report on work at the office being worked in the Benishangul Gumuz local state. They were led around by administrator of the task Engineer Simegne Bekele.

Afterward, Prime Minister Abiy talked about with agents of inhabitants of the Benishangul Gumuz provincial state in the capital city of Asossa.

He reacted to different inquiries raised by the agents.

In his starting comment, the Prime Minister said that the general population of Benishangul-Gumuz provincial state had completed a lot of occupations for the nation, including protecting its power.

Amid the talk, the members requested that the administration set up a mechanical stop in the territorial state.

Reacting to the inquiry, the Premier said that "it isn't doable to set up a recreation center here since the territory isn't proximate to rail and air transport administrations."

Notwithstanding, it would be more critical for production lines exploiting the copious assets in the area to be set up. The local state is wealthy in mango, sesame, bamboo tree, coal, and marble assets.

To the extent framework is concerned, he stated, the national government will make the essential investigation to ease postpone in the usage of planned ventures, for example, streets.

 

Ethnic tensions in Ethiopia is affecting university education as students from the northen Amhara region have abandoned their studies in the Oromia region. Local media portal, Addis Gazetta, reports that the Amhara students were leaving Metu University campus ‘in droves.’ Their reason for leaving was for fear of their safety, the portal added. According to reports, classes had stalled since last week due to the tensions. Pictures shared showed students on and outside the campus with their packed luggages. Reports indicate that they opted to leave despite assurances from the Oromia regional government to ensure their safety. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Amhara students are leaving Metu University after most students (mainly Tigrayans &Oromos) have already left and gone home pic.twitter.com/7zdSsi8LQS— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) November 17, 2017 Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Education in early November made changes to placement of freshmen into universities located in the Oromia and Ethiopia-Somali regional states. The move which effectively meant students from Oromia and Ethiopia-Somali regions could only be placed in universities located in their respective regions was part of measures to remedy a recent internal strife that led to deaths and mass displacements. Protests had also been staged inside universities in Oromia demanding
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