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Distinguished Ethiopian Scientist and chairman of ENUF Dr Kitaw Ejigu has passed away early this morning. He's been receiving treatment for a head injury since last week at North Austin Medical Center in Austin Texas. He was pronounced dead at 1:03 AM. He was injured after falling down while playing basketball last Sunday, according to family members. He was in Austin to visit family members during the Ethiopian Christmas over the weekend... Source: Ethiopian Review
Kitaw was born in Bonga, a town in Kaffa province. His humble beginnings masked the great promise of this unique individual. He could have easily followed in his father's footsteps and chosen a career in the local police forces. He might have even joined the military. But he was a curious and inquisitive child. He wanted to know how and why things worked. While in elementary and high school he always ranked first in his class. His father was always proud of him.
Engineer Kitaw Ejigu was Chairman and CEO of TransTech International
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so sad Ethiopia lost one of her distiguished son
Let God bless his soul
It is dolorous news for us.I am praying for his family who has missed him in short time.
Good by our frend..you will be missed .
My God. What a sad day. This is a lose of Ethiopian son. This great man achieved a lot of milestone and he just gown just like this. I am so sorry. This is a terrible lose in a wrong time in the wrong place. I wish a great strength and condolences for family and friends.
God bless you.
We lost our pride and a role model.
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