Video: Hailemariam Desalegn’s Funniest Moment in Jijiga

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Video: Hailemariam Desalegn’s Funniest Moment in Jijiga

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  1. A Welamo jumping up and down is news? Yes, as a tool of the Weyane, he sit’s in the office of prime minister. I guess, we should respect the office even if the holder is not really a prime minster and unworthy—in that respect, yes he should have shown some dignity.

  2. You can not insult his ethnic group, but you have every right to disagree with his politics. Additionally, your remarks show how much the old Ethiopia is not the right solution to 100 million Ethiopian; the world is heading to diversity ,wake up and smell the coffee. We need to have a genuine and practical solution to our diversity. While Ethiopian are busy to each other, the Somalis considered a failed nation are appointed to be Minister of Immigration in Canada and a DFL senate in Minnesota.It is about time to have a soul-searching and go beyond the distorted perception of old school of thoughts that decimated many bright and smart Ethiopians.

  3. Tagashu.
    Although I am angry, I will make a temperate reply.
    We Ethiopians must first unlearn and discard long held prejudices, and blind ethnic aversions. We must learn to tolerate each other in our diversity, diversity of views and beliefs. We must learn and respect and celebrate each other’s ethnic heritage. Only then we can begin to appreciate the innate equality of all Ethiopians, and of all human beings and the egalitarian value of democracy.To create this kind of hostility i think is detrimental, and i think is a dangerous precedence.Your remarks about the prime Minister, about his ethnic background and about the Ethiopian Somali culture is not acceptable.The Ethiopian people are expecting more from us than cries of indignation and attack.Ethiopia is changing ,the world is changing.The old era is ending.The old ways will not do.

  4. Although I am angry, I will make a temperate reply.
    We Ethiopians must first unlearn and discard long held prejudices, and blind ethnic aversions. We must learn to tolerate each other in our diversity, diversity of views and beliefs. We must learn and respect and celebrate each other’s ethnic heritage. Only then we can begin to appreciate the innate equality of all Ethiopians, and of all human beings and the egalitarian value of democracy.To create this kind of hostility i think is detrimental, and i think is a dangerous precedence.Your remarks about the prime Minister, about his ethnic background and about the Ethiopian Somali culture is not acceptable.The Ethiopian people are expecting more from us than cries of indignation and attack.Ethiopia is changing ,the world is changing.The old era is ending.The old ways will not do.

  5. Although I am angry, I will make a temperate reply.
    We Ethiopians must first unlearn and discard long held prejudices, and blind ethnic aversions. We must learn to tolerate each other in our diversity, diversity of views and beliefs. We must learn and respect and celebrate each other’s ethnic heritage. Only then we can begin to appreciate the innate equality of all Ethiopians, and of all human beings and the egalitarian value of democracy.To create this kind of hostility i think is detrimental, and i think is a dangerous precedence.Your remarks about the prime Minister, about his ethnic background and about the Ethiopian Somali culture is not acceptable.The Ethiopian people are expecting more from us than cries of indignation and attack.Ethiopia is changing ,the world is changing.The old era is ending.The old ways will not do.

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