Ethno-nationalism Threatens The Very Existence of The Ethiopian Nation-State
July 4, 2022
On Saturday-July 2, I was pleased to participate in a zoom conference sponsored by the American Ethiopian Political Affairs Committee (AEPAC) on the effects of ethno-nationalism in Ethiopia. In a brief … Read the rest
Burundian author, Christophe Ndayiragije joins Ethiopian OBN Future Africa to discuss his proposal for Africa to self-finance key infrastructure. He is the author of a revolutionary book : AFRICA The Rising Economic Power.
“Rightly, many of my African friends today complain of the Bretton Woods system because of its unfair treatment especially, towards the developing sector. However, the International Monetary Fund-IMF and World Bank today are not what Franklin Roosevelt intended when he created these institutions in 1944. His intent which is clear … Read the rest
A kettle boiled twice a day by a family in Britain uses 5x as much electricity as a person in Mali uses per year An Ethiopian takes 87x longer to consume 150kW hours of electricity than someone in the United Kingdom A Tanzanian takes 8 years to consume as much … Read the rest
Brilliant news for Congo, especially the east. Analysts say 5 years from now eastern Congo is finally going to be transformed. The biggest game-changer for the economy will be the railway link-ups to Dar es Salaam via Bujumbura and Kigali to Bukavu and Goma.
Lawrence Freeman, internationally respected political analyst for Africa, discusses the latest US Congress Bill and sanctions against Ethiopia, designed not to enhance development and security but to ruin the current Ethiopian administration which has done more in the last few years for peace, prosperity and unity amoung the nations of … Read the rest