Friday, 20 September 2013
Thursday, 19 September 2013
Wednesday, 18 September 2013
TPLF/ERPDF Efforts to Suppress Testimony in World Bank’s Investigation Regarding the Misuse of WB Funds
Sources allege that a federal government spokesperson recently told regional officials in Gambella that they could not afford to lose the $600 million dollars of development monies provided through the World Bank and instructed Gambella regional administrators to do whatever it takes—even if it costs them a few million dollars—to make sure that whoever speaks to investigators,
Monday, 16 September 2013
For the past one-half decade, Ethiopia has been awash with talk of renaissance. There has been a lot of windbagging about a “Renaissance Dam” over the Blue Nile. Our ears nearly fell off listening to the endless gab about an “economic renaissance” with “11 percent” plus annual growth. There has also been much talk of a political and social renaissance complete with slogans of “ethnic federalism”, multiculturalism, pluralism and other “isms” (excluding neoliberalism). Of course, all of it is talk! That is exactly what I am talking about. How come there is no talk about a renaissance for Ethiopia’s youth?
Sunday, 15 September 2013
Mo Farah beaten by Kenenisa Bekele in Great North Run thriller
Another Ethiopian, Haile Gerselassie, was a distant third after falling behind in the last of the 13.1 miles.
Earlier, MO FARAH has been warned he faces a record-breaking war to be regarded as the best distance runner of all time.