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Comment from: [Member]

Mekatele newe engdihe ye ethiopia telatoche lol

yaze engdihe yadu genete lij ena ethiopian yemiwede hulu eskese eskese eskese.

Embureeeeee hahahahaha!

11/18/12 @ 10:57
Comment from: C'est moi senait [Visitor]
C'est moi senait

Extrabegger

Did you read the last sentence. Beggars women caring their children’s. Were n’t you one of those beggars children out side Ras hotel begging for a change. I still remember your mother Heny and you father ZERHUN,full of Fleas ,who used to beg on the window of our car.

That is the weyanne economy success BEGGERIZEM

11/18/12 @ 11:37
Comment from: sf [Visitor]
sf

To all,
It is always good to dream. This dream is not my dream or the dream of an ordinary people. This dream is the propaganda dream of Woyanne.
If not, go and see Cairo,Pretoria, Capetown and so many towns in Africa.
My dream is at least to eat 2 times per day.

11/18/12 @ 12:00
Comment from: Mo [Visitor]
Mo

Comparing Addis Ababa to New York is a bit too much. It would sound more realistic to say Addis Ababa is the next “Beijing,” of Africa. How can a city that doesn’t even have a proper sewage system can be compared to New York - the most populous city in the United States and the world’s center for finance, culture and media? For starters, Ethiopia is the biggest jailer of journalists in the world, along with China and Eritrea. That comparison ends there. Let’s get real, please.

11/18/12 @ 12:05
Comment from: Belete [Visitor]
Belete

MO and Co., you are missing the big picture here. think this way, if it wasnt for the politics, meaning assuming we have elected government and democracy, this kind of eye witness assessment filled with hope and bright future would have meletd our heart with joy. but you know you cant get every thing and a glass half full is better than an empty one. yes the city is improving a lot and no question several years from now it would be one of the best cities in africa. there is no reason to be sad and cranky about this, unless you are one of those poor individuals, like elias kifle, dr brhanu etc… who are banned from the country..lmao…

11/18/12 @ 12:52
Comment from: Mojo [Visitor]
Mojo

If you want real talk; Addis Ababa no where near to Nairobi, Harare, Abuja and I am not going to mention Johannesburg, Cape town, or north Africa. you want another bitter truth? little Asmara much cleaner. Addis is growing city but disorganized urban planing, poor sewage system, donkeys cars cows everywhere.

11/18/12 @ 13:38
Comment from: [Member]
brook

C’est moi senait
I don’t know what kind of person u r called your self the above user name, but you are very obssessed to see ethiopia growing. when you use some of the unkind words, those words show me what or who you are. i think it is better to listen to your self. where ever you go in the world, there is beggars. before we came to USA, most ethiopians used to believe there is now beggars in USA at all. but the realty is there is tens of thousands in single area. so, please change your course. your ideas are neither constructive nor helpfull. i hope you are not the DERG cadre, which was the worest of all in ethiopian history.
LETS BRING OUR IDEAS TO THE TABLE FOR COMMON GOAL NOT TO FIGHT EACH OTHER OR SPREAD HATE. LETS ACCEPT THE REALITY AND CHANGE OUR COUNTRY TOGETHER. NO BODY EXCEPECT US TO BELIEVE IN ONE THING, BUT OUR DIFFERENCE HAS TO BE FOR THE COMMON GOAL OF OUR COUNTRY.

11/18/12 @ 13:38
Comment from: Concerned [Visitor]
Concerned

If you are not good to yourself or happy with yourself, you cannot say well about anybody or anything. Addis Abeba came long way, and so is Ethiopia. Please, contribute some thing tangible, important things that can better our country. If you cannot contribute something, be positive. Alternatively, it is even better to be quite. Addis Abeba I know yesterday is different from what it is today, in many ways. If today is not good day for you, hope for better tomorrow and be part of the contributors.

11/18/12 @ 13:49
Comment from: Hanna [Visitor]
Hanna

Senait,
In case you don’t know NYC, there are beggars in New York too! Do not pick negative aspect and project it as if the whole view is on that. Silly!

11/18/12 @ 14:29
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]
TEDDY

What a joke ,Another disullioned payed lobbyists vomiting his usual lies .Does this guy ever seen Johansburg ,even not far from this Nairobi ,Kampala ,Luanda ,Maputo why not St Louis and many many other African cities florishing with modern buildings and more modern equipments .It’s not because Chinese built the AU center and goat Herders Agazi fake officers own
new buildings around Bole Road that things have changed .On the contrary
BEGGARS and Street Children multiplying ,compared to others periods, by 100 times ,and most of the citizen unable to eat even once
a day .Worst lots of shortage of electric and clean water services .Of course Moron stupid bandas as Extrapente who are swalling daily woyane propagandas whorship such childish propagandas…LOL !!!!

11/18/12 @ 14:31
Comment from: Gragn Ahmed [Visitor]
Gragn Ahmed

I was amazed at how they profess their faith by touching holy buildings or grounds and praying reverently with their heads covered. Ethiopians would not pass a holy place, without touching, kissing or kneeling down and saying a little prayer silently.

Asafari new.

11/18/12 @ 14:37
Comment from: my2cents [Visitor]
my2cents

Yes, Addis Ababa is the spritual sister city of New York. Most creative people come out from New York City; likewise, “so and so come out of her” is said of Jerusalem a.k.a AA. Soulfulness and modernity are just two of the qualities shared by the two great cities.

How the Gurages beat the Arabs and chased out the unscrupulous and unfair negades from Ethiopia post Italy’s occupation: read Fitawrari Zewde Reta’s new book (2nd part) very interesting story. Similarly, the Somalians have managed to chase the Indians out of Kenya in the last decades and Woeyanes are repeating the Arab’s loser history.

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11/18/12 @ 14:43
Comment from: Cobra [Visitor]
Cobra

Dear Mojo,
At list we the Ethiopian built Addis, not like the others which was built in by the colonial era. The white ppl built nairobi or Harare. Plz don t come here to open ur f£&@ing mouth.
Kula ras u and that women senait

11/18/12 @ 15:14
Comment from: lol [Visitor]
lol
1 stars

ayiii itopya!

11/18/12 @ 15:29
Comment from: Kifle [Visitor]
Kifle
3 stars

Hey guys we need to appreciate the trend of our country’s development. It doesn’t matter who takes the credit for it. We need to say a spade a spade. That is what I understood from the above article, despite some unhappy reactions from a few guys most probably in the neighborhood.

11/18/12 @ 15:59

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