With the coronavirus spreading globally, it is even more necessary to listen to the information disseminated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and other concerned health organizations, attentively.
Trying to go into detail about the sacrifices Ethiopia has made for the realization of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) or its successor, the African Union (AU), is akin to preaching to the choir thus will not be delved into further.
Amidst pockets of unrest, civil disobedience, criminal offences, and constant fear towards the upcoming elections; Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) faced questions raised by the House of People’s Representative’s (HPR) on February 4, 2020.
The intolerance that has long animated Ethiopian politics is once again rearing its ugly head. Incapable of standing on their own two feet, infantile political actors are peddling poisonous rhetoric to stoke internecine strife with the aim of fomenting instability and thereby garner the public’s vote.
Over fifty million voters are eligible to cast their ballot in the upcoming elections featuring various political parties and coalitions that are expected to be more robust than those which took part in previous editions.