Police Seize Close to 60 Million Birr, Foreign Currencies, Gold Foreign currencies and 7 kilograms of gold estimated about 60 million birr have been seized at Togo Chale, Somali Regional State, check point. Customs Commissioner Debele Kabeta told journalists that the contraband was intercepted yesterday at around 5 a.m. The foreign currencies in USD, Euro, Pound, and other Middle Eastern countries were seized in the … Continue reading Ethiopian Police-Force Seize Close to 60 Million Birr, Gold and Foreign Currencies
Teff is a plant endemic to Ethiopia, and the grain is used to make the spongy fermented ”pancake” bread that Ethiopians eat with their meal . “Teff (Eragrostis Tef) is a cereal crop of Poaceae or Gramineae family with small grains. It is believed to have originated in Ethiopia between 4000 and 1000 BC . Teff seeds were reported to be discovered in a pyramid … Continue reading The World Knows Teff is Ethiopian!
Saudi-Ethiopian billionaire Mohammed al-Amoudi, have been set free after almost one year in Jail in Saudi Arabia. Al-Amoudi was detained in Riyadh hotel in mid November 2017 along side with handful of princes, generals and businessmen accused of high rank of corruptions, bribery , money laundering, , and extortion. Some were freed after reaching deals with the government. Al Amoudi made his fortune in construction … Continue reading Free to GO !
Addis Abeba is no stranger to street beggars. Many people from the countryside go into Addis Ababa looking for jobs and sometimes end up begging. But recently, many Syrians have been seen on the streets Mahamat Anas holds up a sign in Amharic saying: “We are your brothers, we fled from Syria. We are in dire conditions. We ask you to help us in God’s … Continue reading Syrians Refugees in the street of Addis
Most of us ask how come we see more Android cell phones than I-phone here in Addis Abeba , for this question there are various factors to analyze before answering. First of all let’s see how high-tech gadgets get into the country. All imported goods to Ethiopia are subjected to customs duties and taxes, unless exempted by law. Taxes applicable on imported goods are: Import (Customs) … Continue reading Reason Why Ethiopians Use Android than I-Phone
Ethiopian Jews in Israel are immigrants and descendants of the immigrants from the Beta Israel communities in Ethiopia who now reside in Israel. Most of the community made Aliyah from Ethiopia to Israel in two waves of mass immigration assisted by the Israelgovernment: Operation Moses (1984) and Operation Solomon (1991). Today Israel is home to the largest Beta Israel community in the world, with about 125,500 citizens of Ethiopian descent in 2011 , who are mainly … Continue reading Appreciation certificate for 12 years old Ethiopian-Israeli kid
Blockchain is essentially a decentralized, distributed and public digital ledger able to record transactions across many computers, making it difficult for data to be altered without changes in the all the blocks. The lack of centralized data storage makes blockchains secure and difficult to exploit, where every single transaction is sicurely monitored by every crypto owner on the web. The blockchain network is managed autonomously … Continue reading HOW TO BUY BITCOIN ETHIOPIA 2019
Addis Ababa Cancer Registry (AACR) has collected data on the population of Addis Ababa City Administration. The population is entirely urban, but with diverse ethnic and religious composition. In Addis Ababa, cancer care is provided in three major hospitals,and twelve private facilities. In most cases, a cancer diagnosis was confirmed through pathologic examination of a biopsy specimen, whereas in others it was through clinical, laboratory and … Continue reading CANCER RATE IN ETHIOPIA
An arab prankster from Qatar ,Omar Hussein pranks an ethiopian couple inside a mini supermarket check out this funny clip. Quatari prankster pranks an ethiopian couple. Youtube: Ethio impress Funny prank must watch! Continue reading Arab guy pranks an Ethiopian couple
25 years old Roy Allela, invented smart gloves which are able to convert sign language movements into automated audio speech. The gloves, named Sign-IO, have five sensors stitched on to each finger which interpret the word being signed from the bend of the finger. Mr Allela says he was inspired by the need to communicate with his 6-year-old niece who was born deaf. Roy Allela, … Continue reading Sign language to speech translator gloves – latest Kenyan invention