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Comment from: melt [Visitor]


Thank you for sharing the impressive background of a fellow Ethiopian. Why was it necessary for you to mention ‘Amhara’? Every Ethiopian knows Gojam, as a province and you should have left it at that. No ethnicity, please!

01/30/06 @ 12:46
Comment from: Ato Gebreselassie [Visitor]
Ato Gebreselassie


01/30/06 @ 12:58
Comment from: Dagmawi [Visitor]

That is great!!!
Thank you Keleyesus!!!

Please do not narrow down this marvelous gentlemen to a certain locality he is a proud of Ethiopia, Africa and even the whole world. Is this the impact of the evil work of meles? may be.

01/30/06 @ 14:27
Comment from: Demelash [Visitor]

WOW GEBEYAW, This is the place I grew up too. By the way we call it Chagni or Chicago. Becasue it is a cool place and a lot of brany people existed. This place has produced a lot of bright Ethiopian like Gebeyaw Engineers, Doctors, lawyers and you name it. It is a suprising and a magic place.

I know Gebeyaw personally, he is a great and a hard working fellow. I all the time think that he deservs to be in this position. I am really proud of him.

Thanks with regard

01/30/06 @ 14:44
Comment from: animaw [Visitor]

Chicago? ‘Wedet keff keff’?

01/30/06 @ 15:33
Comment from: Abs [Visitor]

Wondata Yager lig!

01/30/06 @ 16:18
Comment from: Teme [Visitor]

Thank you for your introduction to one of our own bright Ethiopian…There are a lot of Educated Ethiopians Living in foriegn Lands doing extra ordinary things for the rest of the world,I am realy proud of them…Will there be peace to our Mother Land,so all these people can go back to the Mother Land and contribute what they can,replacing the foot steps of Engineer Kitaw ??? I will Leave this to God and to the wise Ethiopians,it doesn’t matter how you can help,but what you(we) can .Thank you,God be with Ethiopia and with all Ethiopians.

01/30/06 @ 16:36
Comment from: Nichebsina [Visitor]

Thank you for let us know such an amazing achievemnt and potential Ethiopian asset. Such story helps us to know that Ethiopians are smart people and could bring a great change should peace and democracy is maintained in the country.
Thak you again1!

01/30/06 @ 17:11
Comment from: belay [Visitor]

bravo Gebyaw wegen ante ewkethen yemtasyachew spain sehon tekuer menem yemiawek aymeslachewm bante korahu

01/30/06 @ 18:01
Comment from: Helina [Visitor]

By the way ,Eng.Kitaw Ejigu before he passed out,he prepared to do forty(40) projects for Ethiopia but we lost him ‘’un lucky countery'’.There is lots of eduacated Ethiopians all over the worled.For instans Eng.Gebeyaw is one of theme.The big problem is these peoples to do some thing for there countery,they need free and peacefull good working manegment .Certainly we are not luky to have these.Some day these smart minded people Ethiopia she is gone use them.stay healthy.God bless you all!!!

01/30/06 @ 18:43
Comment from: Helina [Visitor]

The brave and rispected Ethiopians.I remember Enginer Kitaw Ejigu, before he passed out,he prepared forty (40) projects for Ethiopia …'’un lucky countery'’.Our countery she has lots of educated people all over the world.For instance En.Gebeyaw is one of them.These educated people they need good leader shipe,manegment,free and peasefull enviroment in the countery.Unlucklly we don’t have those now.But…it will came soon.Bless you all!!!

01/30/06 @ 19:12
Comment from: Belay [Visitor]

people who live in a free world can do anything.most ethiopians are umm…..
“a free mind is powerful.”
Ron Habbard,founder of church of scintology.

01/30/06 @ 20:04
Comment from: Jimma [Visitor]

I red this story (Gebeyaw Embiale)more than a year ago here in California. (The Bay Area Homepage Megazine; Ethiopian Business Ad & Entertainment Magazine). It was very interesting and amazing story.

01/30/06 @ 23:43
Comment from: debalke [Visitor]

It is nice to hear this kind of achivments of our country guy and I thank you for presenting the story too. … please keep on bringing good for a change… God bless ethiopia.

01/31/06 @ 01:10
Comment from: hermela [Visitor]

Most people all over the world think that we are poor because we are not hardworking people. But the truth is that we have been enslaved by the present and the past rulers of the country. Ethiopians have never been thinking and living freely. Today when the rest of the world is enjoying freedom to work and live comfortably, we are still under full control of the state.we all should fight for freedom , domocracy and development.

01/31/06 @ 05:15

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