Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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ONLF army returns to Somali from Eritrea

Following the deliberation between the Government of Ethiopia and the leaders of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) since September in the capital city of the neighboring Eritrea and having signed a peace deal; the army of the ONLF, on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, returned to the Somali Regional State from their base in Eritrea.

Blue revises program to prepare for upcoming election

Leaders of Semayawi Party, a.k.a. Blue Party, one of the prominent opposition political parties in Ethiopia, announced this week that it is revising its program, bylaw, and manifesto in a way to adjust itself with the ongoing political situation in the country and become an alternative political force in the upcoming national election.

Another woman at the helm

Taking the nation in a sweeping fashion, the nomination and election of women to key posts reached the Federal Supreme Court with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) nominating Meaza Ashenafi – the renowned legal expert and human rights activist – as its first ever female president to preside over the court.

PM Abiy addresses House, elucidates soldiers march to his office

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has finally addressed the parliament on why he did press-ups; which he described as a punishment for hundreds of members of the armed forces for improperly marching to his office unannounced two weeks ago.

Finserve announces plan to join Ethiopia’s banking sector

One of Kenya’s virtual payment operators, Finserve, has announced a plan to join Ethiopia’s banking market. This is to be a partnership with several local banks and a local fintech firm.

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