Questions the Ethiopian People ought to Ask
Friday, 08 April 2011 12:43 |
It is to be noted that the TPLF clique has recently been issuing ceaseless and yet contradictory statements. To everyone’s surprise, the clique has been bewailing merely a lamentation of isolation. The lamentation, nevertheless, transcends beyond raising endless questions.
TPLF’s Statements: Lamentation of Isolation!
Friday, 01 April 2011 12:31 |
The TPLF clique has of late been stage-managing a series of rhetorical gimmicks.
Agriculture: The Basis for All-round Development
Friday, 01 April 2011 12:29 |
Food security does not only amount to ensuring the continuation of generations, but also is the basis for all-round development. Not a single nation has managed to maintain national security and sustain development programs without surplus agricultural yield in store. Indeed, once this lofty goal is fulfilled, any society, relieved of migration and aid handouts, would be poised in earnest towards invention and innovation, researches on sciences and schools of thought, commerce, industry, as well as cultural and artistic works.
TPLF’s Bogus Credo
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:32 |
In spite of vast natural endowments, Ethiopia, a country with the largest population and the second largest area in the Horn of Africa, has continued to stand witness to narrow political agenda, corrupt management and servitude, thereby dragging other nationalities into backwardness and poverty, as well as conflict and instability.
Management: Recipe For Organization And Development
Friday, 25 March 2011 11:52 |
In the contemporary world, the assignment of a state is not limited to the legislation and its execution, or even security and safeguarding national sovereignty. The task of mapping out and overseeing the implementation of development programs that facilitate socio-economic development, as well as the installation and expansion of social services are all the responsibilities of a state. That’s why governments set up administrative bodies and other institutions to that effect, and oversee their respective responsibilities.