Geneva, Switzerland– On March 23, 2015, a Tripartite Summit on the Nile was held in Khartoum, Sudan, hosted by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, and attended by Egyptian President Abdul Fattah Sisi, and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn. As an outcome of that meeting, these three leaders will sign an agreement of Declaration of Principles on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, which will later be presented to the Ethiopian Parliament for final approval.Read more: Latest Nile agreement is another TPLF giveaway: SMNE
Everyone knows oatmeal is good for you, with its cholesterol-lowering, glucose-leveling soluble fiber. Sales of oatmeal at breakfast establishments are good, and more people are incorporating it into their home breakfasts. Even McDonald’s and Starbucks have put oatmeal on their menus due to customer demand.Read more: Recipe for Health: A staple in Ethiopia, Teff is a nutritious whole grain to add to your diet
Goodluck Jonathan (left) and Muhammadu Buhari agreed last week to respect the outcome of the polls Naij.com guest author Japheth Omojuwa congratulates Muhammadu Buhari who has just been announced as the next Nigeria’s president. Step-by-step, Omojuwa explains how the outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan lost the trust and good graces of Nigerians.Read more: President Jonathan Lost Election And Broke African Record, By Omojuwa
South Sudanese rebel official claimed to have credible evidence showing that China continues to supply the government of South Sudan with lethal weapons through Ethiopia.
“We in the SPLM-IO leadership confirm that Chinese flagged vessel Da Dan Xia has brought large quantity of armaments and ammunition to Salva Kiir’s tribal government via Djibouti Port and Ethiopian land,” Peter Mabior Riiny, deputy head of the youth wing for the rebel group told Sudan Tribune this week.Read more: Claims China shipping lethal weapons to Juba via Ethiopia