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Egypt is not water-poor; it is a management deficient nation – Dr Negussie Nega

Throughout the centuries, Ethiopia missed boundless development opportunities as an up-stream riparian nation and the source of the Blue Nile. Its citizens endured abject poverty for generations. Unable to industralize due to lack of power essential to infrastructure and economic development. Witgh the great Ethiopian Rennaissance dam (GERD), Ethiopians ultimately aspire to satisfy their eneergy…

Whitewashing Susan Rice’s culpable diplomatic blunders

by Kibreab Tesfay Writing for a local US Newspaper (Orange Country Register), Professor Tom Campell crows on Susan Rice’s (pictured with the late TPLF leader) presumed “talents and virtues that are disappointingly rare in US diplomacy today”. The author proceeds to shower gratuitous plaudits on Rice for her laudable “initiative and role” to end the…

Africa Requires Ethiopia Fill Its Dam

By Lawrence Freeman Ethiopia is entering a crucial period for the future of its nation, as we approach the second half of July. Ethiopia must use the forthcoming rainy season (July to September) to begin the partial filling of its Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) being built on Ethiopia’s Blue Nile River. When fully completed, the…

BREAKING: Egypt Announces Plan For Water Conservation

Mini-African summit to convene on Tuesday to discuss Ethiopian dam ISTANBUL Egypt on Tuesday announced a complete plan for water conservation in parallel with convening a mini-African summit to discuss Ethiopia’s Renaissance dam project and to move forward with the dam’s troubled negotiations. “Joint working groups have been formed between the Ministry of Water Resources…

EXCLUSIVE: Ethiopia starts filling GERD

Ethiopia starts the first phase of filling the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on Wednesday July 8, after years of waiting. Sources at the construction site told Capital that the dam starts catching water mid this week and expects to be filled to some level in few weeks for the first phase. Prime Minister Abiy…

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