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Saturday, November 19, 2016

The BBC World Service will launch 11 new language services as part of its biggest expansion "since the 1940s

The BBC World Service will launch 11 new language services as part of its biggest expansion "since the 1940s",
the corporation has announced.
The expansion is a result of the funding boost announced by the UK government last year.
The new languages will be Afaan Oromo, Amharic, Gujarati, Igbo, Korean, Marathi, Pidgin, Punjabi, Telugu, Tigrinya, and Yoruba.
The first new services are expected to launch in 2017.
African languages:
Afaan Oromo: Language of Ethiopia's biggest ethnic group
Amharic: Ethiopia's official language
Tigrinya: The main working language of Eritrea, along with Arabic. Also spoken in Ethiopia
Igbo: An official Nigerian language. Also spoken in Equatorial Guinea
Yoruba: Spoken in south-western Nigeria and some other parts of West Africa, especially Benin and Togo
Pidgin: A creole version of English widely spoken in southern Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea
Pidgin - West African lingua franca
Asian languages:
Gujarati: Native to the Indian state of Gujarat but found around the Indian subcontinent and the world
Marathi: From the Indian state of Maharashtra, including India's commercial capital Mumbai
Telugu: Huge numbers of speakers, like many Indian languages, primarily in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Punjabi: One of the world's most populous languages, it is widely-spoken in Pakistan and parts of India
Korean: Spoken in North and South though the dialects have diverged. Pop culture slang and foreign loan words are notably more common in the South
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"This is a historic day for the BBC, as we announce the biggest expansion of the World Service since the 1940s," said BBC director general Tony Hall.
"The BBC World Service is a jewel in the crown - for the BBC and for Britain.
"As we move towards our centenary, my vision is of a confident, outward-looking BBC which brings the best of our independent, impartial journalism and world-class entertainment to half a billion people around the world.
"Today is a key step towards that aim."
'Relevant as ever'
The plans include the expansion of digital services to offer more mobile and video content and a greater social media presence.
On Wednesday the BBC launches a full digital service in Thai, following the success of a Facebook-only "pop-up" service launched in 2014.
Other expansion plans include:
extended news bulletins in Russian, with regionalised versions for surrounding countries
enhanced television services across Africa, including more then 30 new TV programmes for partner broadcasters across sub-Saharan Africa
new regional programming from BBC Arabic
short-wave and medium-wave radio programmes aimed at audiences in the Korean peninsula, plus online and social media content
investment in World Service English, with new programmes, more original journalism, and a broader agenda
BBC World Service expansion
new languages
12 new or expanded daily TV and digital bulletins
40 languages covered after expansion
500m people reached by 2022 - double the current number
1,300 new jobs, mostly non-UK
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Fran Unsworth, the BBC's World Service director, said: "Through war, revolution and global change, people around the world have relied on the World Service for independent, trusted, impartial news.
"As an independent broadcaster, we remain as relevant as ever in the 21st Century, when in many places there is not more free expression, but less.
"Today's announcement is about transforming the World Service by investing for the future.
"We must follow our audience, who consume the news in changing ways; an increasing number of people are watching the World Service on TV, and many services are now digital-only.
"We will be able to speed up our digital transformation, especially for younger audiences, and we will continue to invest in video news bulletins.
"What will not change is our commitment to independent, impartial journalism."
The new language services mean the BBC World Service will be available in 40 languages, including English.
Lord Hall has set a target for the BBC to reach 500 million people worldwide by its centenary in 2022.
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Friday, November 18, 2016

Ethiopia the free country and The Berlin Conference

The Berlin Conference of 1884–85, also known as the Congo Conference (German: Kongokonferenz) or West Africa Conference (Westafrika-Konferenz),[1] regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period, and coincided with Germany's sudden emergence as an imperial power. Called for by Portugal and organized by Otto von Bismarck, first Chancellor of Germany, its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, can be seen as the formalization of the Scramble for Africa. The conference ushered in a period of heightened colonial activity by European powers, which eliminated or overrode most existing forms of African autonomy and self-governance.[2]
Early history of the Berlin Conference
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Before the conference, European diplomacy treated African indigenous people in the same manner as the New World natives, forming trading relationships with the indigenous chiefs. By the mid-19th century, Europeans considered Africa to be disputed territory ripe for exploration, trade, and settlement by their colonists. With the exception of trading posts along the coasts, the continent was essentially ignored.

In 1876, King Leopold II of Belgium, who had previously founded the International African Society in 1876, invited Henry Morton Stanley to join him in researching and civilising the continent. In 1878, the International Congo Society was also formed, with more economic goals, but still closely related to the former society. Léopold secretly bought off the foreign investors in the Congo Society, which was turned to imperialistic goals, with the African Society serving primarily as a philanthropic front.

From 1878 to 1885, Stanley returned to the Congo, not as a reporter but as an envoy from Léopold with the secret mission to organize what would become known as the Congo Free State. French intelligence had discovered Leopold's plans, and France quickly engaged in its own colonial exploration. French naval officer Pierre de Brazza was dispatched to central Africa, traveled into the western Congo basin, and raised the French flag over the newly founded Brazzaville in 1881, in what is currently the Republic of Congo. Finally, Portugal, which already had a long, but essentially abandoned colonial Empire in the area through the mostly defunct proxy state Kongo Empire, also claimed the area. Its claims were based on old treaties with Spain and the Roman Catholic Church. It quickly made a treaty on 26 February 1884 with its former ally, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, to block off the Congo Society's access to the Atlantic.

By the early 1880s, due to many factors including diplomatic maneuvers, subsequent colonial exploration, and recognition of Africa's abundance of valuable resources such as gold, timber, land, and markets, European interest in the continent had increased dramatically. Stanley's charting of the Congo River Basin (1874–77) removed the last terra incognita from European maps of the continent, and delineating the areas of British, Portuguese, French, and Belgian control. The powers raced to push these rough boundaries to their furthest limits and eliminate any potential local minor powers which might prove troublesome to European competitive diplomacy.

France moved to take over Tunisia, one of the last of the Barbary Pirate states, under the pretext of another piracy incident. French claims by Pierre de Brazza were quickly solidified with French taking control of today's Republic of the Congo in 1881 and Guinea in 1884. Italy became part of the Triple Alliance, upsetting Bismarck's carefully laid plans with the state and forcing Germany to become involved in Africa. In 1882, realizing the geopolitical extent of Portuguese control on the coasts, but seeing penetration by France eastward across Central Africa toward Ethiopia, the Nile, and the Suez Canal, Britain saw its vital trade route through Egypt and its Indian Empire threatened.

Under the pretext of the collapsed Egyptian financing and a subsequent riot, in which hundreds of Europeans and British subjects were murdered or injured, the United Kingdom intervened in nominally Ottoman Egypt. Through it, the UK also ruled over the Sudan and what would later become British Somaliland.

Owing to the European race for colonies, Germany started launching expeditions of its own, which frightened both British and French statesmen. Hoping to quickly soothe this brewing conflict, King Leopold II convinced France and Germany that common trade in Africa was in the best interests of all three countries. Under support from the British and the initiative of Portugal, Otto von Bismarck, German Chancellor, called on representatives of 13 nations in Europe as well as the United States to take part in the Berlin Conference in 1884 to work out joint policy on the African continent.

Whilst the number of plenipotentiaries varied per nation,[3] the following 14 countries did send representatives to attend the Berlin Conference and sign the subsequent Berlin Act:

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

ዛሬ በደረሰን ዜና ቻይና ከስልካችን ላይ በየ3 ቀኑ መረጃወችን ትሰርቃለች ።

ዛሬ  በደረሰን  ዜና  ቻይና  ከስልካችን  ላይ በየ3 ቀኑ  መረጃወችን  ትሰርቃለች ።  ይህንን  መረጃ የሰጠን  የኛ  የስልክና  የስልክ ደቂቃ  መሙላት የሚሰጠን  ኩባንያ  ነው ።

'Secret backdoor' in some Android phones sent user data to China: Report
Security contractors said they’ve discovered pre-installed software on some Android phones in the U.S. that sends a variety of users’ data to China through a secret backdoor.
The software tracks users’ whereabouts, whom they talk to and the content of their text messages, sending the information to a server in China every three days, The New York Times reported. It isn’t clear whether the secret backdoor is being exploited for advertising purposes or by the Chinese government for surveillance.
It’s also unclear how widespread the vulnerability is, although the software was more commonly found on prepaid phones. Shangai Adups Technology Company, which developed the software, said its code runs on more than 700 million devices including smartphones, the Times said.
Blu Products, a Florida-based handset vendor, said 120,000 of its phones had been affected. The company said software on its phones had been updated to address the backdoor.
Blu is a relatively minor player in the North American smartphone market, but it has attracted significant attention in recent months. Its R1 HD phone became Amazon’s top-selling smartphonefor a time in August after the online retailer began offering the phone for $50 to subscribers of its Prime service willing to accept ads and pre-installed Amazon apps.
More recently, BlackBerry filed two separate patent lawsuits against Blu, claiming the manufacturer infringed on 15 of its claims related to 2G, 3G and LTE technologies.
Adups said it intentionally created the backdoor to enable a Chinese phone vendor to track user behavior, the Times reported, and that version of the software wasn’t meant for the U.S. market.
Regardless, the news underscores the difficulties some Chinese smartphone manufacturers continue to face in cracking the U.S. market due to security concerns. Huawei has emerged as a major player in the worldwide smartphone market, for instance, but its high-profile Huawei 8 has been all but ignored by operators such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Similarly, Xiaomi has yet to try to elbow its way into the U.S., although the company reportedly has developed versions of at least two of its phones for testing on U.S. mobile networks.


Saturday, November 12, 2016

The president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe has died

ሮበርት ሙጋቤ  ሞተ  ተብሎ  እየተወራ ነው
እባካችሁ  ዜናውን አጣሩ
HARARE – The president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe has died, Local media Zim News reports.
According to the reports, Mugabe, the longest serving president died on Thursday morning around 9:30am after been hospitalised for nearly an hour.
Mugabe was not in good health when he hosted South African president Jacob Zuma, local media reported.
Zimbabwe government controlled media houses were warned and instructed not to focus their cameras too much on Mugabe’s movements during meetings.

As seen at this week’s bi-lateral indaba indaba, cameras from the state broadcaster resolutely refused to focus on the 92 year old as he painfully and slowly staggered to a podium to give his speech.
Again, today Thursday, was same situation, cameras were fixed on the seated audience instead of focusing on Mugabe and no camera captured when he was rushed to hospital from the meeting.
The governmemnt is yet to issue official statement on his death and state owned media houses are tight-lipped untill the official statement is released.

የዜናው ምንጭ

Thursday, November 10, 2016

ሄለሪ ክሊንተን ታሸንፍ ይሆን? ሌላ እድል ሳይኖራት አይቀርም አሉ

በዚህ አመት  በተደረገው ምርጫ  ሳይታሰብ   አይንህን  ለአፈር  የተባለው  ዶናልድ  ትራንፕ  ምንም  እንኳ  በህዝብ  ምርጫ ቢሸነፍም   ይህ  ነገሩ  ግራ  በሚያጋባው ኤለክሯል  ምርጫ  በተባለ  ተንኮል  አሸንፏል   ግን  አንዳንድ የፖለቲካ  ኤክስፐርቶች  እንደሚሉት  እነዚህ  ልዮ ምርጫ  ያደረጉ   ኤለክሯል  ምርጫ ተብየወች  ገና  ለወደፊቱ  እንመርጣለን  ብለው ቃል  ገቡ እንጂ  ዋናው  ምርጫ  ገና  በሚቀጥለው ወር ነው  የሚደረገው  ይላሉ:: ታዲያ  በዚያ  ምርጫ ላይ  እነዚህ  ሰወች  ሳይመርጡ  መቅረት  ወይም  ለሄለሪ  መምረጥ  መብታቸው ነው  ወይም  ይችላሉ  የሚል  ወሬ  እየተናፈሰ  ነው ::  ለሁሉም  የእንግሊዘኛውን ዝርዝር  ያንብቡት ።  ያ ሆኖ  ሄለሪ  ካሸነፈች  አላዛር ብለናታል ።

Faithless elector:

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Pollster Predicts Landslide for Clinton

Close Call on Senate

Emerson College Polling is predicting Hillary Clinton will win the presidential race with 323 Electoral College votes, and Donald Trump will lose with just 215. 270 are needed to win.

The polling firm has a slight Republican lean according to rankings by Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight, and is rated a "B."

Emerson predicts Clinton will win the key battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Colorado, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, and Virginia.
As The Hill points out, Emerson also is calling the Senate for the Democrats, with a razor-thin edge: 50 seats, giving Democrats the majority assuming Clinton wins. Vice President Tim Kaine, as ex officio Senate President, could cast tie-breaking 51st votes.

FiveThirtyEight is less bullish, predicting Clinton has about a 2:1 chance to win the White House, with about 297 Electoral College votes to Trump's about 241.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

WikiLeaks: Sheikh Agreed to Pay Bill $2 Million Per Trip to Ethiopia??

A top Clinton Foundation official expressed reservations about former President Bill Clinton contacting a Saudi Arabian and Ethiopian billionaire to thank him for offering a plane ride to Ethiopia — unless it would mean a seven-figure donation.
According to a briefing memo contained in an email chain released by WikiLeaks, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi of Midroc had pledged to donate $20 million over 10 years to the Clinton Health Access Initiative. But an economic downturn caused the sheikh to delay payments. The health program did not receive payments in 2010 or 2011.
In an email released by WikiLeaks Monday, Clinton Health Access Initiative CEO Ira Magaziner suggested in November 2011 that Clinton call the sheikh.
“CHAI would like to request that President Clinton call Sheikh Mohammed to thank him for offering his plane to the conference in Ethiopia and expressing regrets that President Clinton’s schedule does not permit him to attend the conference,” he wrote.
WikiLeaks released more of the email chain on Tuesday. Amitabh Desai, director of foreign policy at the foundation, expressed reservations — unless the sheikh had caught up with his financial commitment.
“Unless Sheikh Mo has sent us a $6 million check, this sounds crazy to do,” he responded.

 But Bruce Lindsey, chairman of the Clinton Foundation's board of directors, argued in favor of the plan.

"I think they are hopeful if we do this it will help us get the $6 million," he wrote. "I think he [Clinton] should call."
The sheikh was born in Ethiopia to an Ethiopian mother and Saudi father. He later moved to Saudi Arabia and made a fortune in construction and real estate before buying oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco. He approached the Clinton Foundation in 2006 and proposed donating $2 million to the health program for every year that Clinton visited Ethiopia. The final agreement the parties struck mentioned a payment schedule but did not tie the money to Clinton's visits to the African country.
In 2008, the sheikh donated rooms at a Sheraton hotel in Ethiopia and meals for Clinton and a large party for four days — two days longer than originally planned because of aircraft problems.
According to Clinton Foundation documents, the sheikh contributed $5 million to $10 million, though it is unclear how much of that came after the email exchange.

The memo laid out strategies for getting the sheikh to cough up the money he owed and detailed discussions with George Salem, the sheikh's Washington-based lawyer, and Irvin Hicks, a former U.S. ambassador to Ethiopia and one of the sheikh's representatives in Washington.

Alfred Olango’s Family Plans To Sue El Cajon

The widow of an unarmed black man killed by police in El Cajon plans to sue the city.
Attorney Brian Dunn says he will file a claim against the city on Thursday on behalf Alfred Olango's widow, Taina Rozier, and Olango's two daughters, who are ages 16 and 12. The claim seeks damages for Olango's death and calls for additional training to help officers deal with the mentally ill, Dunn told the Associated Press

A police officer opened fire on Olango within a minute of arriving on the scene the afternoon of Sept. 27. Olango's sister had described her brother as mentally unbalanced in multiple 911 calls.
Video released by police days after the shooting shows the officer approached the 38-year-old man with his gun drawn, as Olango paced in a strip mall parking lot. Olango can be seen pulling something out of his pocket and taking a "shooting stance" — wrapping his hands around a cylinder and aiming it at the officer, who then fires his gun. A second officer fired his Taser simultaneously. The object in Olango's hands turned out to be a 4-inch electronic cigarette device called a vape pen, authorities said.
The El Cajon Police Department, like many police departments, has specially trained officers to help defuse the sometimes-volatile calls that involve people in the throes of mental illness. But El Cajon officials said none were available to go to the call.
Attorney Daniel Gilleon filed a separate claim Oct. 20 against the city of El Cajon on behalf of Olango's sister, Lucy Olango. She said police were negligent in handling her brother, who was experiencing a mental breakdown because of the death of a close friend. The lawsuit also names Officer Richard Gonsalves as a defendant, saying he used deadly force too quickly and without warning.
Another attorney, Rodney Diggs, said he plans to also file a federal claim on behalf of Olango's father, Richard Olango Abuka, for his son's death.
The department's use of force policy, obtained by KPBS in a public records request, says "deadly force is authorized when it appears reasonably necessary to defend himself/herself or others from the immediate threat of death or serious bodily injury; to prevent a crime in which human life is in serious jeopardy as a result of the suspect's actions; to apprehend a fleeing felon for a crime involving serious bodily injury or the use of deadly force where there is substantial risk that the person whose arrest is sought will cause death or serious bodily injury to others if apprehension is delayed."
It goes on to say, "Deadly force shall only be exercised when all reasonable alternatives have been exhausted or appear impracticable."
In 2015, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis ruled the deadly police shooting of Fridoon Rawshan Nehad, who had a history of mental illness and was twirling a pen before being shot by a San Diego police officer, was reasonable and justified.

El Cajon city officials declined to comment for this story.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

የህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት አዲስ የካቢኔ አባላትን ሹመት አጸደቀ::

የህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት በጠቅላይ ሚንስትር ሃይለማርያም ደሳለኝ የቀረበውን አዲስ የካቢኔ አባላትን ሹመት አጸደቀ፡፡
የካቢኔ ሚንስትሮች ሹመት መሰረት ያደረገው ውጤታማነትን፣ ለህዝብ ወገንተኝነትና ቀልጣፋ አገልግሎት መስጠት መሆኑን ጠቅላይ ሚንስትሩ ገልጸዋል፡፡

ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ሀይለማርያም ቀደም ሲል የነበረው በምክትል ጠቅላይ ሚንስትር ማእረግ በክላስተር የማስፈፀም እና የጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ አማካሪ የሚሉ ቦታዎች ሙሉ በሙሉ መቅረታቸውን አስታውቀዋል።

ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ ባሉበት ይቀጥላሉ ያሏቸው የካቢኒ አባላት፦

ምክትል ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር አቶ ደመቀ መኮንን፣ የመከላከያ ሚኒስትር አቶ ሲራጅ ፈጌሳ፣ የፌደራል ጉዳዮችና አርብቶ አደር አካባቢ ልማት ሚኒስትር አቶ ካሳ ተክለብርሃን፣ የመገናኛና ኢንፎርሜሽን ቴክኖሎጂ ሚኒስትር ዶክተር ደብረፅዮን ገብረሚካኤል፣ የኢንዱስትሪ ሚኒስትር አቶ አህመድ አብተው፣ የብሄራዊ ፕላን ኮሚሽን ኮሚሽነር ዶክተር ይናገር ደሴ እና የፌደራል ጠቅላይ አቃቤ ህግ አቶ ጌታቸው አምባዬ ናቸው።
አዲስ እየቀረቡ ካሉት እጩ የካቢኒ አባላት መካከል፦

1. ዶክተር ወርቅነህ ገበየሁ፦ የውጭ ጉዳይ ሚንስትር

2. አቶ ታገሰ ጫፎ፦ የፐብሊክ ሰርቪስ እና ሰው ሀብት ልማት ሚንስትር

3. ዶክተር አብረሃም ተከስተ፦ የገንዘብና ኢኮኖሚ ትብብር ሚንስትር

4. ዶክተር በቀለ ጉላዶ፦ የንግድ ሚንስትር

5. ፕሮፌሰር ፍቃዱ በየነ፦ የእንስሳትና የዓሳ ሀብት ልማት ሚንስትር

6. ዶክተር ኢያሱ አብረሃ፦ የእርሻና ተፈጥሮ ሀብት ሚንስትር

7. ዶክተር ኢንጂነር ጌታሁን መኩሪያ፦ የሳይንስና ቴክኖሎጂ ሚንስትር

8. አቶ አህመድ ሺዴ፦ የትራንስፖርት ሚንስትር

9. ዶክተር አምባቸው መኮንን፦ የከተማ ልማትና ቤቶች ሚንስትር

10. ኢንጂነር አይሻ መሀመድ፦ የኮንስትራክሽን ሚንስትር

11. ዶክተር ኢንጂነር ስለሺ በቀለ፦ የውሃ፣ መስኖ እና ኤሌክትሪክ ሚንስትር

12. አቶ ሞቱማ መቃሳ፦ የማዕድን፣ የነዳጅና የተፈጥሮ ጋዝ ሚኒስትር

13. ዶክተር ገመዶ ዳሌ :-የአከባቢ ደንና አየረ ለውጥ ሚንስትር

14. ዶከተር ሽፈራው ተክለማርያም :-የትምህርት ሚንስትር

15. ፕሮፌሰር ይፍሩ ብርሃነ:- የጤና ጥበቃ ሚንስትር

16 . ዶክተር ግርማ አመንቴ :- የመንግስት ልማት ድርጅቶች ሚንስትር

17 .ዶክተር ሂሩት ወልደማርያም:- የባህልና ቱሪዝም ሚንስትር

18 . ወይዛሮ ደሚቱ ሀምቢሳ:- የሴቶችና ህጻናት ሚንስትር

19. አቶ ርስቱ ይርዳው :-የወጣቶችና ስፖርት ሚንስትር

20 .አቶ ከበደ ጫኔ:- የገቢዎችና ጉምሩክ ባለስልጣን ሃላፊ ሚንስትር

21 , ዶክተር ነገሬ ሌንጮ :- የመንግስት ኮሚኒኬሽን ጉዳዮች ጽሕፈት ቤት ሀላፊ ሚንስትር አድርገው አቅርበዋል፡፡

ምክር ቤቱም በቀረቡት የካቢኔ አባላት ላይ ተወያይቶ በሙሉ ድምጽ አጽደቋል፡?

 House approves Premier's proposed new cabinets.
House of People's Representatives (HPR) has unanimously approved the new cabinets proposed by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on the basis of their competence and commitment.

The Premier scrapped the previous posts cluster coordinator with the rank of deputy Prime Minister and advisor to the Prime Minister
Cabinet members who remained in their previous posts:-
1.  Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen
2.  Siraj Fegessa – Minister of Defense
3.  Kassa Tekleberhan- Minister of Federal Affairs and Pastoral Area Development
4. Dr Debretsion Gebremichael –Minister of Communication and Information Technology
5.  Ahmed Abitew –Minister of Industry
6.  Getachew Ambaye- Attorney General
7.  Abdulfetah Abdulah - Minister of Labor and Social Affairs
8.  Dr Yinager Dese- Commissioner of National Planning Commission
9.  Asmelash Woldesilasie – Chief Government Whip 

Newly appointed cabinet members

1.   Dr Workneh Gebeyehu – Minister of Foreign Affairs
2.  Tagese Chafo- Minister of Public Service and Human Resource Development
3.  Dr Abreham Tekeste- Minister of Finance and Economic Cooperation
4.  Dr Bekele Gulado- Minister of Trade
5.  Professor Fekadu Beyene- Minister of Livestock and Fishery  
6.  Dr Eyasu  Abrha- Minister of Farming and Natural resources
7.  Dr Engineer Getahun Mekuria- Minister of Science and Technology
8.  Ahmed Shide- Minister of Transport
9.  Dr Ambachew Mekonnen- Minister of Urban Development and Housing
10.  Engineer Aisha Mohammed- Minister of Construction
11.  Dr. Engineer  Sileshi Bekele- Minister of Water, Irrigation and Eelectricity
12.  Motuma Mekassa- Minister of Mines Petroleum and Natural Resources
13.  Dr Gemedo Dale- Minister of Environmental, Forest and Climate Change
14.  Dr Shiferaw Tekelemariam – Minister of Education
15.   Professor Yifru Berhane- Minister of Health
16.  Dr Girma Amente- Minister of Public Enterprise
17.   Dr Hirut Woldemariam- Minister of Culture and Tourism
18.   Demitu Hambissa- Minister of Women’s and Children’s Affairs
19.  Ristu Yirdaw- Minister of Youth and Sports
20.  Kebede Chane- Minister of Ethiopian Revenues and Costumes Authority
21.  Dr Negeri Lencho- Minister of Government Communication Affairs Office

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