Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed’s response on abducted students

borkena
February 3, 2020

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed appeared in the House of People’s Representative to address question from parliamentarians.

For the past several weeks, one of the main issues in the country was the abduction of 21 Dembi Dollo University students who were on their way to their parents in Amhara region after the university closed for security reasons.

Two parliamentarians, Mulunesh mekonnen and Momina MOhammed, asked the Prime Minister about the situation.

The prime minister highlighted the challenges his government has been facing. Regarding abducted students, he claims the issue is complicated as the group that abducted them has not claimed responsibility. Take a listen to what he had to say from the video below (Check after 38:00 minutes).

Video : embedded from Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation Youtube channel
Cover photo : screenshot from the video



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4 Responses to "Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed’s response on abducted students"

  1. Ayashimel   February 4, 2020 at 3:04 pm

    Bravo. Bravo. Bravo.

    Nice try to convince there is a government .

    Really in a country of no government this is the best make believe talk pretending to know what they are doing , PM is not good actor as before , but still he did a good facial expression to look sincere .Better than those Agame’s act that captured the state till this day.

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  2. Amsale Tulu   February 4, 2020 at 3:27 pm

    In a nutshell what has been done is what any ten years old person could do if given a chance of leading a government .
    This PM goes to the gym workout first thing in the morning for the most part what he does after that don’t matter to him, it’s just a stepping stone for his future dream job at the international level, as long as you it looks good on his resume for his next job maybe at the UN or UAE he cares less about the people. He is the worst . Most people knew years ago what he is saying as if it is new. He is so slow or detached from reality .

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  3. IJOLE   February 4, 2020 at 10:28 pm

    THOSE STUDENTS THAT GOT AIRLIFTED OUT OF THE UNIVERSITIES BY THE AIR FORCE SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO TALK TO THE PRESS ABOUT THEIR ORDEAL SO OTHERS HAVE A CLEAR IDEA OF WHAT WAS BEING PERPETRATED AT THE FUTURE RECIPIENTS OF THE COUNTRY.

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  4. Fuhena   February 6, 2020 at 7:38 pm

    Falling in love with a psychopath makes oneself a psychopath also.
    Some are being psychopaths themselves claiming they are Medemer ing.

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