At the point when provincial forces combat for control of the kingdom in the eighteenth and nineteenth hundreds of years, students of history considered it the Age of Princes. As the EPRDF turns fratricidal, is Ethiopia currently entering its Age of Parties? Since it came to control as a renegade development in 1991, the Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front, under the attentive direction of its Tigrayan center, has been an overwhelmingly amazing political power. The three other part gatherings have been to a great extent subservient to the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF), which forced its vision, authoritative opinion, and arrangements on the front, and subsequently the nation.In any case, following the previous two years of opposition in the most-crowded locales, Amhara and Oromia, TPLF authority has disintegrated and its once in the past junior accomplices are decisive.However the subsequent political jujitsu among quarreling EPRDF kin is unfavorably influencing the lives of a large number of Ethiopians. Rankled by lost benefit and power, TPLF components are instigating strife in Qemant populated regions of Amhara to undermine the Amhara Democratic Party (ADP), and playing with the Oromo Liberation Front in Oromia to challenge that state's presently ascendant rulers.ADP and the Oromo Democratic Party (ODP) hit back by uncovering in the media the wrongdoings of TPLF authorities, for example, Getachew Assefa and his agents at the National Intelligence and Security Service. ADP is likewise transparently supporting the personality inquiries in Wolqait-Tegede and Raya to exhibit to Amhara individuals that it is no more the worker of TPLF. The Qemant question is an ADP-TPLF flashpoint, yet the issues are clouded by TPLF purposeful publicity and destabilization. The 2016 dissent in Gondar that lighted the Amhara challenges was a turning point in ongoing advancements. Other than the exhibit, the remain at home dissent that in the long run incapacitated the system began there. Furthermore, by demonstrating solidarity to the dissents in Oromia, it took the battle to the following stage. Since the beginning of the obstruction in Gondar, the TPLF's impact has been winding down step by step, thus, is has been attempting to pit inhabitants of the Gondar region against one another.Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni has showed off gifts that were given to him by the Ethiopian prime minister during the latter’s recent state visit. Abiy Ahmed was the guest of honour at Uganda’s National Heroes Day and was awarded the highest national accolade for his contribution to Africa’s liberation struggle. Abiy gave Museveni a colourful Ethiopian made jacket while the Ugandan president gave his counterpart an art piece depicting Uganda’s natural beauty. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The president who posted the pictures on his official Facebook account received rave reviews from his followers who pointed that he was looking elegant in the Oromo cultural jacket. The jacket Abiy presented to Museveni was white with black and red stripes, which are the traditional colours of the Oromo people in Ethiopia. Abiy comes from the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia. The Oromos called the system that governed social, political and legal affairs the Gadaa system. In the Gadaa system, the three colours of black, red and white represent the stages of life: those yet to enter active life, those in active life and those who had passed through active life respectively.