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The facts behind Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan. Amharic article by Dr. Fekadu Bekele. Click here to read



5 Responses to “The facts behind Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan (Fekadu Bekele, PhD)”

  1. teshome April 8, 2013

    I am so sorry there were no facts in you writings but interpretations. Any ways thank for the copy-paste
    After boring writing, you concluded
    “….ስለሆነም ዛሬ በመዝናናት ስለ ዕድገትና ትራንፎርሜሽን የምናወራበትና የምንደልቅበት ዘመን ሳይሆን፣ ሀዘን የምንቀመጥበትና፣ እየፀለይን እግዚአብሄርን የምንማፀንበት ወቅት ነው”
    Being an Ethiopian is always a problem, rather than working hard and change Ethiopia for good, you advised Ethiopian people to sit down እየፀለይን እግዚአብሄርን የምንማፀንበት ወቅት ነው
    I am so tired of these so called PH.D holder of Ethiopian Diaspora. In the first place I doubt that these people have PHD and May be some of them they got their PHD in bigotry, violence and hatred.
    secondly they don’t suggest how we can see a better Ethiopia.
    I thank God bunch of these idiots are by one or another reason they are exiled.
    Their life cycle is clearly known born, grown up, getting old and die as cyber worriers.

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  2. Damn proud to be a Chee-Hippo! April 8, 2013

    Yoweri Museveni,
    “Unless it can be scientifically proved that Africans don’t need electricity. Some members of the international community are speaking about promoting homosexuality instead of addressing serious issues. Don’t homosexuals need electricity?”

    George Orwell said, “In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.”
    Alemayehu G/Mariam, the founder of Chee-Hippo Generation PLC:

    Might be Hippo killer Algorithm

    “my plea for standing up and with the victims of tyranny and human rights abuses has been received with stony and deafening silence.”

    this Chee-Hippo foundation Algorithm

    “you are a Chee-Hippo, if you believe a person’s value is determined not by the collection of degrees listed after his/her name…”

    Damn proud to be a Chee-Hippo!

    Please take it easy. Just learnt from Cheetahs sayings Marthin Luther said this/that, Mandela said this/that, Aleka Gebrehana said this/that, Komchambaw said this/that,…

    Quote Sayings & be Cheetah!

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  3. Our educated individuals are wasting themselves instead of supporting what’s going on in our country!

    The EPRDFites are working day in day out to do what shpuld have been done 100 years before 1991! Enough Hydro electric Dam should have been built at least after the World War II ! Out leaders had been busy protecting their power neglecting everything !

    I salute the EPRDFites for leading a country with out enough resources & reach our country thus far!

    Mr Phd’s writing resembles to our proverb that says ” Ahya yelelew Beqlo yinqal” sorry for mother Ethiopia to brought up useless PhDs !

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  4. ኤፍሬም April 9, 2013

    ዶር ፈቃደ ከዚህ 15 ገፅ ሀተታ አንድም ቁም ነገር አላገኘሁበትም እርስዎና ጛደኞችዎ ሌትናቀን ከድህነት ለመዉጣት ደፋ ቀና ለሚለዉ ህዝብ ሞራሉን በመንካት ልማቱን እንዳያፋጥን ለማድረግ የታሰበ ይመስላል ተዉቸዉ ይስሩበት
    እናንተም የተለመደዉን ተራ ወሬ አልቫልታ ዘለፋ ቀጥሉበት አባይ እንደሆነ ይገደባል ያኔ ምን እንደምታወሩ እናያለን በዓኔ የማየዉ ልማት ማንም እንዲያስረዳኝ አልፈልግም

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    • Abera Wendoson November 30, 2013

      An entwined spider web can tie down a lion.If you can infer this local saying synchronising it with the Ethiopia’s development move you will certainly be embarrassed when Ethiopia ends up with this electric dam.People born to criticize are always bottle necks to the societal change.They neither beer fruit from their criticism nor get public acceptance.Even a three years old baby could evaluate the above analysis.Sorry to say it analysis,I would rather say it ‘Lifisfis’. Bear in mind that there is no people as courageous as Ethiopian people to end up with success.Hence,Ethiopia embarrasses the men born to criticize when it end up with contracting the dam.

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