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Ethiopia Finally Has a New Prime Minister?



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Ethiopia Finally Has a New Prime Minister?

Ethiopia Finally Has a New Prime Minister?

By Alemayehu Mariam

It seems Ethiopia finally has a new prime minister. Two days ago, the leaders of the ruling EPDRF party approved Hailemariam Desalegn, the current deputy prime minister [DPM], to replace the late Meles Zenawi as party chief and prime minister. But Hailemariam will not be sworn in until early October according to Bereket Simon. No explanation was given for the two-week delay. Prior public statements by Bereket indicating that Hailemariam will be sworn into office following a special session of parliament have proven to be false. Whether Hailemariam will indeed be sworn into office in October remains to be seen.

Hailemariam’s approval has been shrouded in secrecy and mystery fueling speculations that the shadowy kingmakers were in some turmoil over his selection and in disagreement on whether he is the  right man for the job. Conspiracy theorists were having a field day divining the secretive selection process. But there was manifest constitutional crises in the country as it became increasingly clear that Meles was not in charge between late May and the official announcement of his passing on August 21. That confusion was compounded by conflicting official statements characterizing Hailemariam not just as “deputy prime minster” as designated in the Ethiopian Constitution but alternatively as  “interim prime minster” and “acting prime minster”, offices that are not authorized by the Constitution. As of now, Hailemariam remains a prime-minister-in-waiting.

Hailemariam’s Personal Challenge

Hailemariam faces extraordinary challenges when he begins his term as prime minister. The first formidable challenge will be to his credibility and perceived lack of independence. In one of my weekly commentaries in July, I predicted that Hailemariam will succeed to the prime ministership despite sticky constitutional questions. I argued that the appointment of Hailemariam, as a member of one of the country’s minority groups, guarantees the power brokers behind the scenes the only opportunity to maintain their power and influence by proxy. I suggested that a DPM from an ethnic minority would be unable to maintain an independent base of support and must necessarily rely on the military-police-security-economic complex created over the past twenty one years to  survive. I speculated that the DPM as PM will prove to be no more than puppet in the hands of the power brokers.

I believe there are many doubting Thomases today, particularly in the opposition, who are likely to be dismissive of Hailemariam because he was Meles’ protégé and the unanimous choice of the shadowy and secretive group of kingmakers. Some will likely perceive him or portray him as a “Meles’ Clone” and a puppet who could be easily manipulated and blindly and unquestioningly do the bidding of the powers that be who made him prime minister. His detractors will likely argue that Hailemariam can only be a figurehead since true power will remain with those who control the military, the police and security forces and the elites who have a chokehold on the economy. Others will opine that Hailemariam’s appointment is all a trick and a scam by the powers that be to get themselves out of a constitutional jam and hoodwink the people and con the international donors into continuing to dole out billions in aid. Still others will argue that Hailemariam is just a seat warmer installed until the power brokers could buy more time and appoint one of their own. If push comes to shove, they can kick him out of office at any time and replace him with another puppet; and if need be impose martial law just to cling to power. There will be some who will cynically predict the kingmakers will use him and lose him. I suspect there will be umpteen reason given to discredit and dismiss Hailemariam.

At this time, I am not inclined to be dismissive of Hailemariam’s potential to become a good and sensible leader. I reserve judgment not out of naiveté or because I do not have constitutional questions about his succession or political misgivings about the secretive process that led to his appointment. I shall give him the benefit of the doubt because I believe fundamental fairness requires that he be given a chance to prove or disprove himself as a capable and effective leader. When one is gnawed by an overwhelming sense of doubt not based on facts, it is important to strive and keep an open mind and make informed judgment. I do not believe in guilt by association, and will not hold against Hailemariam the fact that Meles was his mentor.  I also aim to avoid the “soft bigotry of low expectations”. I do not know what Hailemariam is capable of doing in the future. I do not have evidence that Hailemariam has an atrocious record of human rights violations individually or in concert with others. Nor do I have evidence that he flouts the rule of law, is hostile to press freedoms or schemes to suppress democratic institutions.

Fairness requires that I judge him by his deeds and words. I shall reserve judgment. I trust Hailemariam will be wise enough to refrain from and avoid the inflammatory rhetoric of Meles as he begins his new office. I hope he will show humility and not display the belligerence, arrogance and hubris of his predecessor. I hope he will do more to reach out to his opposition and try to work with them, and not trap himself in a bubble surrounded by sycophants. I trust he will be more conciliatory than confrontational; more understanding of the opposition and their frustrations and less condemnatory of those who may disagree with him. I hope he will have the wisdom to understand the inebriating power of power and the absolutely corrupting nature of absolute power and learn to use power wisely by tempering it with justice and compassion. I hope he will listen more and lecture less; under promise and over deliver and show respect for institutions, his opposition and his compatriots. On a personal level, I hope he will be able to share my unshakeable belief in the sanctity of human rights and commitment to upholding the rule of law. But I also have a special wish for him: He has a long walk to make and he can get to his destination if he walks and strives to help his compatriots walk in Mandela’s shoes than anyone else’s.

Hailemariam as Meles’ Successor

Napoleon Bonaparte once said, “I am the successor, not of Louis XVI, but of Charlemagne.”  King Louis XVI of France was a symbol of the ancien regime [old order”] in contrast to the new order of the French Republic. Charlemagne [Charles the Great] is regarded to be the founder of France and Germany and the leader credited for uniting Western Europe for the first time since the Roman Empire. I am not sure what it means to be Meles’ successor. But Hailemariam has the choice of continuing the “ancien regime” of Meles or lead in the invention of a new democratic Ethiopia. He can choose to clone himself as Meles II and crush human rights, dissent, press freedom and civil society institutions, expand the toxic ideology of ethnic politics, steal elections just to cling to power and like his predecessor become the overlord of a  police state reinforced by a massive security network of spies and rule by spreading fear and loathing throughout the country. In other words, he can choose to become as tyrannical as the tyrant he had succeeded. But Hailemariam also has the choice to learn from Meles’ mistakes. He has the choice to come out of Meles’ shadows and become his own man. He can be more tolerant, ethical, accommodating and democratic than his mentor.

Regardless of whether he regards himself as Meles’ successor, I would like to help Hailemariam fulfill one of Meles’s dreams. Such a statement coming from Meles’ severest critic in life might surprise many. Meles expressed the “hope that [his] legacy” would be not only “sustained and accelerated development that would pull Ethiopia out of the massive deep poverty” but also “radical improvements in terms of good governance and democracy.” If Hailemariam genuinely wants to honor and pay homage to his mentor and teacher and not just pay lip service to Meles' memory, he should make the task of improving good governance and democracy job one. These improvements must necessarily begin with the immediate release of all political prisoners, repeal of anti-terrorism, civil society and other oppressive laws and a declaration of allegiance to the rule of law. Tackling these issues will not diminish or condemn the memory of Meles. It will actually enhance his image and prestige post-mortem. Keeping political prisoners jailed and continued implementation of the repressive laws will only serve as constant reminders of Meles misdeeds and arbitrary rule.  

Hailemariam as a Peacemaker

It would be a wise move for Hailemariam and the invisible power brokers to take this transitional opportunity to extend an olive branch to the opposition and invite them to a dialogue on the future of the country and go the extra mile to engage them in discussions that could lead to power sharing and a smooth democratic transition. Meles played a “zero sum game” for the last twenty one years. He won all the time and everyone else lost all the time. In the end, Meles  lost. Hailemariam can play a win-win game and win in the end.

Ethiopia for the past 21 years has been a one-man, one party state. In May 2010, the ruling party claimed it had won 99.6 percent of the seats in parliament reducing the opposition from 174 to only two seats. In 2008, the  ruling party won all but a handful of 3.6 million seats. Such electoral victories make a travesty of democracy and a mockery of electoral politics. That is why the ruling party should engage its diverse opposition in power sharing talks. To be sure, power sharing could come in many formulations. I employ the idea in its simplest formulation, namely a political arrangement or forum in which opposing groups in a society have an opportunity to genuinely participate in democratic governance. I understand that power sharing is not a cure all to the longstanding political ills of Ethiopia. It will not magically resolve ethnic polarization and divisions in society or create peace, stability and an efficient system of governance overnight. But power sharing talks and arrangements in Africa have often facilitated the transition to democratic rule and peace-building by providing opportunities for contending and even warring parties to cooperate in searching for nonviolent conflict resolution. In countries where power sharing arrangements have been successful, they have led to compromises, moderation, democratic governance and durable peace.  

In the past few years, power sharing arrangements have reduced tensions and stabilized volatile political situations in Kenya and even Zimbabwe. In 2009, a “grand coalition government” among bitter political enemies was established in Kenya. Subsequently, they were able to write a new constitution which was approved by an overwhelming 67 percent of Kenyans in 2011. In 2008, President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai signed a power sharing deal. They are now vigorously debating adoption of the draft constitution prepared by the Select Committee of Parliament on the New Constitution. Both countries face serious political challenges and have a long way to go before achieving full democratization. But the power sharing arrangements have placed them on the right track.

Nigeria has a long history of power sharing dating back to independence. Despite endemic corruption and political mismanagement of the country, there is a power-sharing agreement between the dominant party and smaller parties aimed at promoting inclusiveness and political stability in the country.  Two decades ago, Mandela was able to hammer out a power sharing agreement which facilitated South Africa’s transition from Apartheid to democracy. Power sharing arrangements have been tried in Burundi, Guinea, Madagascar and the Ivory Coast with different outcomes. I believe such an arrangement could offer a peaceful way out of the current political stalemate in Ethiopia. It is a sensible option. I hope Hailemariam and his leadership group will follow Nelson Mandela's prescription and seriously consider a power sharing arrangement: “If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.” There is no shame or harm in making a peace offering to the opposition and engaging them in power sharing discussions. It is the new way in Africa.

Hailemariam as a Political Leader

Hailemariam’s political challenge will be whether he will do what it takes to uphold the rule of law and reverse the arbitrary rule of his predecessor. Meles often talked about “our Constitution” and the “rule of law” but rarely followed either. He was the object of relentless criticism by all international human rights organizations for disregarding Ethiopia’s Constitution and international human rights treaties and conventions. Every year, the U.S. State Department Human Rights Report documented massive human rights violations as did so many other international human rights organizations. But he was dismissive of such reports. Hailemariam cannot afford to alienate all international human rights and press freedom defenders.

Meles was a man with a mission. Hailemariam can be a man of vision. The country has enormous problems that require massive efforts and resources to resolve. Talking about an “Ethiopian Renaissance” will not deal with the chronic food crises in the country or rein in the galloping inflation, improve the poor health care and educational system or alleviate the grinding poverty that afflcits the majority of the people. Building shiny structures, roads and dams will make for great public relations and impress donors to dole out more aid. But there are enormous human costs associated with such ventures.  Just last week, the International Monetary Fund urged Ethiopian officials to reconsider their plans to construct “Africa’s largest hydropower plant” because that project could siphon away much needed funds from other critical needs areas. According to IMF country representative Jan Mikkelsen, “there’s a need to rethink some of those projects a little bit to make sure that they don’t absorb all domestic financing just for that project. If you suck in all domestic financing to just a few projects that money will be used for this and not for normal trade and normal business.” Hailemariam should be more practical and envision a new Ethiopia where the state stieves to meet the basic needs of the people, and not invest precious resources in quixotic white elephant projects.

Hailemariam should maintain vigilance for political minefields. He could learn valuable lessons from the experiences of former Ethiopian president Negasso Gidada’s treatment by the ruling party documented in his book “Negasso’s Way”. According to Negasso, he was roped into becoming president by Meles who convinced him to accept the position even though he resisted it. After he became president, Negasso recounted how he was tricked into doing things that he did not agree with, including signing a proclamation that denied corruption suspects their right to bail in violation of the Constitution and allowing Meles to use that law to neutralize and persecute his opponents. “There are people who ask me why I signed that bill. However, I want people to understand that I signed the bill because of my strong stand against corruption. I thought EPDRF had the same stand. It was too late for me to understand it was all scam.” After Negasso left office and sought to engage in opposition politics, the ruling party drafted a special proclamation to divest a former president of his privileges, security protection and retirement benefits if he returns to politics. Negasso’s experiences may offer instructive lessons to Hailemariam.

Hailemariam can choose to become not just a leader but the best leader; but he must know what it takes to be one. As Lao Tsu instructed, “To lead people, walk beside them … As for the best leaders, the people do not notice their existence. The next best, the people honor and praise. The next, the people fear; and the next, the people hate … When the best leader’s work is done the people say, ‘We did it ourselves!’” Hailemariam should aim for leadership which will allow the people to say, “We did it ourselves!”

Hailemariam as a Man With an Appointment With Destiny

Meles Zenawi was a man who had an appointment with destiny; and he missed it! I believe Hailemariam has his own appointment with destiny. Cynics may be quick to say Ethiopia’s leaders are condemned to never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. I hope that will not be the case for Hailemariam. He will determine his own destiny as a leader. If he is able to summon the courage, integrity and fortitude to put the peoples’ interest above his party’s interests, he could become a role model for a new breed of Ethiopian leader. But if pursues absolute power, prefers revenge over mercy, confrontation over conciliation and continues the politics of ethnic fragmentation and division like his predecessor, he too will miss his appointment with destiny.  

Ethiopia at the Crossroads of Democracy and Dictatorship

Ethiopia today stands at the crossroads. It can march forward into democracy by taking confident steps that begin radical improvements in good governance and democracy. It can continue to slide backwards and deeper into the vortex of dictatorship. It can take  free fall into chaos and civil strife. What Ethiopia needs at the crossroads is not finger-pointing, teeth-gnashing, eye-rolling or bellyaching. There is enough blame to go around. Condemning the memory of Meles and reincarnating Meles in the person of Hailemariam will not help us march to a democratic future. It will only continue the tradition of grievance and victimhood and culture of antagonism and hypercriticism. What Ethiopians need to realize is that this is the right time to join hands to heal the open wounds of fear, loathing and antagonism in our hearts, minds and souls. This is the time to be creative about alternative futures built on a solid foundation of the rule of law, respect for human rights and democracy.  

Since the beginning of 2012, I have been writing about “Ethiopia’s inevitable transition from dictatorship to democracy”. I have outlined various scenarios on what could happen during the transition. Today the question is not whether a one-man dictatorship in Ethiopia is over, but if dictatorship will reinvent itself and rear its ugly head once more. The “future” Meles spoke of is now. We should all work collectively to implement  his aspirations for “radical improvements in terms of good governance and democracy”. With the Ethiopian new year upon us, we can all begin afresh on the road to “radical improvements in good governance and democracy”.

In one of my weekly commentaries in April, I expressed my full confidence and optimism in Ethiopia’s future:

We need to plan for the inevitable, inescapable and unstoppable transition of Ethiopia from dictatorship to democracy. Dictatorship will end in Ethiopia. It is only a matter of when. Democracy will also rise in Ethiopia. It is a matter of how and what type. The point is that it necessary to begin a purposeful dialogue and plan ahead about the prerequisites for an effective and smooth transition to democratic governance now, not when the dictatorship falls. I believe dialogue needs to begin now on at least four major issue areas: 1) how to engage and increase the capacity of key stakeholders in identifying potential triggers of violence during political transitions and preventing them; 2) identifying and devising strategies and opportunities for reducing ethnic, religious and communal tension and conflict in anticipation of a transition; 3) enhancing the role of civil society institutions in facilitating public engagement and interaction during the transitional period, and 4) anticipating critical constitutional issues that could significantly impair the transitional process.

I stand by my views. I believe there is a way out of the darkness of dictatorship. Nelson Mandela paved that two way road in South Africa and called it “Forgiveness and Goodness.” We should all prepare ourselves and the people to travel that two-way road. It is time for national dialogue!


Comment from: isayas_afe_whisky [Visitor]

This is dictatorship.
Get more loans from IMF and end up being a slave just like greece, Spain and italy… oh, and USA

Viva Eritrea with no loans and ,much Gold

Oh and the US dollar, is less worth than a toilet paper

But I bet none of you realiz

09/17/12 @ 10:50
Comment from: Ethio [Visitor]

Shame on you Ato A Mariam for thinking your self as a politician. What have you and other donkeys like you did for Ethiopia and its citizens to act like political analyst?. you greedy and selfish….. some people die for the good of the country, and moron and self appointed rubbish heads like you will surely vanished as never exist. we know you are from the key shibr who painted their face with innocent Ethiopians blood, and for sure you are treated as such. Think who you are, you’re just a pieces of shit.

09/17/12 @ 11:10
Comment from: Yirgacheffee [Visitor]

Al Mariam,

It is about time you start saying good stuff about EPRDF. For once, I can really say I appreciate your article for its honesty [at least for your attempt to exhibit the facts as you see them].

However, I also hope that this is not some sort of a temporary high on your end that you really have come to realize what a great, efficient, well organized, and democratic coalition EPRDF is.

09/17/12 @ 11:40
Comment from: Mesfin [Visitor]

Ato Alemayehu,
You are one disgrace of a ’scholar’. You have been throwing all the dirt you can find on everything the late PM did. After his passing, you are talking about his dreams. Those dreams you are talking about were there when he was alive. Did you say anything about them? Of course not! You are a chauvinist who believes that good deeds that come from non other than Amharas is no good at all. And now, you are talking about reconciliation. I think not. People who have blood on their hands literally or figuratively, should not be aloud in the political space of present day Ethiopia. That, my friend, includes you. Give it up.

09/17/12 @ 12:09
Comment from: The Truth [Visitor]
The Truth - we do you have to twist things? Mr Redwan and Mr Bereket openly declared the new EPRDF chariperson and deputy would be sworn as PM and deputy PM in next parliament session!!!

Also, we saw on TV the vote casting and no secrets or disputes!!!

Also, Hailemariam is not a power mongerer and please stop to consider every every politician as a pupet! He and his wife are probaly well educated and firm than you are!

Please tell the truth sometimes if not always!!!

09/17/12 @ 12:16
Comment from: The Truth [Visitor]
The Truth

Should have addressed Alemayehu not Nazareth.Com earlier though not sure if they are one or separate - what is ‘dictatorship’?

Is removing your DERG regime after 17 years of bloody fight with EPRDF losing over 100,000 fighters a dictatorship?

Is consolidating peace and stability for 3/4 terms a dictatorship?

In 2005, did ‘Kinijit’ had candidates in Tigray, Oromiya, Afar, Benshangul, Somali, Gambella, Harari, most of South, parts of Amara?

Is staying firm in the face of the 2005 city coup a dictatorship where the so called one-year old ‘Kinijit’ revolted in an election without even having candidates in most rural election spots?

If the 2005 city coup attempt had a real cause, would it have been limited to 193 lives and not thousands as DERG’s ex minister Hailu Shawel wanted it?

If the 2005 city coup attempt had a real cause, why didn’t it go beyond Addis?

Can any Ethiopian army, police, or security force stop if all Ethiopians really revolted?

I think the days where we analyse ‘personalities’ is gone and let’s rather do meaningful social, political, or economic analyses for the better!

09/17/12 @ 13:16
Comment from: Solomon [Visitor]

Mr. Alemayehu,

Considering your dedication and commitment to write so much, let’s just assume you are concerned about Ethiopia. In the last couple of years you wrote and talked day in and day out Meles this Meles that. PM Meles was your total obsession. So sadly, now he has rested for good, you must have weirdly enjoyed it and celebrated with a bottle of wine - while the rest of the world was shocked with the untimely loss of such a visionary and selfless leader. Congratulations!

Now, for our very poor Ethiopia, writing lengthy and boring articles and talking loads of nonsense is good for nothing. For a change, why do not you have a deep thought, search your real soul and start to do something useful for Ethiopia and its people. What is that you exactly want? Rubbish fame or real change in Ethiopia?

To bring real change in Ethiopia you need to be as selfless as PM Meles - he died selflessly working hard for Ethiopia and its people and Africa at large. He loved every single Ethiopian, every single Eritrean and every single African. For Meles, he never thought of you or anybody as enemy. His enemy was one only one - POVERITY! I am extremely proud of him and such a hero never ever never ever dies. Meles was and will continue to be the architect and rebirth of the new and hopeful Ethiopia. I am also proud of EPRDF for making such a peaceful and flawless power transition. With the new leadership, Ethiopia will surely prevail.

And you my brother will end up your life for nothing….but it is never too late, you can still do something useful for Ethiopia and Ethiopians.

God bless Ethiopia.

09/17/12 @ 15:57
Comment from: Teo [Visitor]

Hey Prof,

Please don’t insult our intelligence. You already have pulled the rope beyond the point of no return with regards to political situation in Ethiopia. You were and are out of touch. You don’t have a vision or a mission to say the least. Whether you know it or not you are part of the group who have blood on their hands. As far as I am concerned, on my dead body that you will be part of the political process in Ethiopia. Time will tell!!!

09/17/12 @ 16:23
Comment from: Truth [Visitor]

To Alememar
Garbage article. Why you don’t use your time for some good & wise thing or if you have family show them love ? If you think you have some knowledge to pass, why you don’t do it with your family? Actually, who or what can they learn from you? What citizen can they be? For sure, they can’t be healthy & productive to Ethiopia!
I guess, for you it was good to be called “Alememar” than you waste your time ( education) for nothing.

09/18/12 @ 22:44
Comment from: Tesfa Le Ethiopia [Visitor]
Tesfa Le Ethiopia

Another piece of Shit. Please stop it. Key shibir will not be repeated in Ethiopia again and Ethiopia will not have a space for a political scum that you promote and Meles and his vision for prosperous and democratic Ethiopia will continue to enspire and guide the new generation leaders.

Please stop writing such non sense and think aloud and learn to do something that keeps you busy.

09/19/12 @ 00:01
Comment from: Jean [Visitor]

You have contributed so much that I have nothing but addmiration of your articles.
But here is my difference, individual may or may not be able to bring about positive or negative changes, how do you relie on this individual to be a leader while he was not ellected by the poeple? How about strong institutions and not strong individuals.
There is no way he will ever be a leader than a dictator?

09/19/12 @ 01:02
Comment from: jazzman [Visitor]

The fool and idiot had it again…never learn from history….
what school did he go to anyways, what did he get his BS in??

09/19/12 @ 01:04
Comment from: Extraterrestrial [Member]

The “idiots”.

09/19/12 @ 01:26
Comment from: Ejole Ambo [Visitor]
Ejole Ambo

Prof. Altemarem

Please use your brain & pen to write at least one article about the development of infrastructure, macroeconomic, health & primary education, higher education and training ……in Ethiopia.
Thank you

09/19/12 @ 01:42
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]

Agazi Bandits and Bandas Affilated
never elect a new Prime Minister but the next Crime Minister to continue the Evil Politic .If Ato Hailemariam could have the Gut to turn the page of the Agazi Evil Days
and open a new chapter of Democracy .He will certainly have our Support .Unfortunatly the way he is linked to them ,there is a big
doubt on his own capicity for a political change .Afterall even after being democratically elected President of the French Republic ,Napoleon the Third had become
the next Despot as his uncle.

09/19/12 @ 03:27
Comment from: iphone 4s [Visitor]
iphone 4s

99% of your readers hated you;
please immidiatly stop writting and irritating people

09/19/12 @ 03:52
Comment from: Victoria [Visitor]

How could Meles regarded as selfless? He and his wife is the richest person in Ethiopia he was building 80million birr villa in side Menelik palace. He has been doing any things and everything he wants in Ethiopia, why is it every one call him he is a selfless? He is a power thirsty leader.

09/19/12 @ 04:09
Comment from: [Member]


“Wotta wttana ende shenbeqo tenkebalele end muqecha.”
The begining of the end of a diaspora so called intelectual, politician, lawyer but a sore SARCASTIC looser.
Almaria, what a disgrace! After all this time SARCASM is the only thing you can come up with. Really¿ What a disapointment!
“Balebetun kalinaqu, attirun ayineqeniqu”
As long as your supporters are people who lost their total conscience and moral value, you and your partner eliass kiftaff of eri review, and the likes, don’t have anything to worry about. You will continue to vomit and spew your usual venom and garbage.

09/19/12 @ 04:35
Comment from: Enough [Visitor]

The problem with ‘Scholars’ is they don’t know the internal working of EPRDF. PM Meles was never a one man show, and PM HaileMariam Will not be different either. It is a collective leader, if you heard him he was saying ‘MIDEBA’ in reference to the appointment, that tells us a lot.

09/19/12 @ 04:39
Comment from: teshome [Visitor]


09/19/12 @ 04:45
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]

Adgi Banda ,with your stupid point of view that means that you the TPLF Thugs ,the Adgiforum and bandalandonline sell out cadres have
never lost your total conscience and moral value .While publishing fake informations concerning the health of the Crime minister and your so called Great Economic achievements .KILETAM MORON BANDA !!!

09/19/12 @ 06:08
Comment from: [Member]

ፕሮፌሰር አለማየሁ ጥሩ አመልካከት ያዘል ጽሁፍ ነው የጻፍከው::
ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ሃይለማርያም ደሳለኝ እድል ማግኘት አለበት::
አሁን ነው የ ዲምክራሲ መንገድ መከተል የሚኖርባቸው ::
ተቀናቃኝ ፓርቲዎችን የ እርቅ ብሎም ሃቀኛ ምርጫ ኢንዲኖር መንገድ መክፈት ያስፈልጋል::

ይህ ካልተደረገ ጉልቻ መለዋወጥ ሊሆን ነው::
አቶ ሃይለማርያም ደሳለኝ ይህን አጋጣሚ በመጠቀም
አንድነትን የሚመሰርት የጋራ አመልካከት እንዲኖር በር ከፋች መሆን አለበት::


09/19/12 @ 06:32
Comment from: lil [Visitor]

The bottom line is Ethiopia has lost one of the greatest leader in its history, that’s why every one is confused about the future. Meles has raised the bar for all the future Ethiopian leaders, so every one is curious if Hailemariam can also do the job, let us give him a chance and be positive at-least he has three years until the next election.

09/19/12 @ 07:35
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zemen

Addis Zefen you are getting dangerious now you are quoting Jonathan Swift

I don’t beleive that you even read wht a the professor wrote. You just went strait to google to fin a reply for some thing you don’t understand beause you are not educated you are yemeda wesha who just barks at everything shame on you.

You know what they say little knowledge is dengerious!!!!!!

09/19/12 @ 08:30
Comment from: Minyaregal [Visitor]

Professor Al, you are one great scholar and the intellectual guide of Ethiopians. Your positive outlook regarding Hailemariam is refreshing.

However, don’t be naive ever when it comes to Woyanes. Woyane has the military, defense, security, police, justice, and foreign affairs firmly in its hands.

Hailemariam is like a guy who has a gun pointed at his back, and don’t expect him to do anything, and in fact he might be a major disappointment even compared to Meles who had the capacity like a snake-charmer to charm Americans and Europeans who get mesmerized by the intellect of “an African” beyond their false imaginations and expectations.

If Hailemariam lacks that charming talent, I doubt there will be any pouring of money and diplomatic support Meles enjoyed.

Hence, expect economic downslide, diplomatic downslide, frictions between Woyane and others, and the continuation of oppressiona and persectution of Ethiopians under this new guy.

No hope for Ethiopia so long Woyane is allowed to play any role more than its appropriate role as a leadership of minority Tigreans.

As Sebhat Nega recently also said, Tigreans and Woyanes will rather secede/separate from Ethiopia than be ruled by anyone other than themselves.

Poor Ethiopia!

09/19/12 @ 09:50
Comment from: [Member]

belew, yemeda ahiyaw,…

LOL! If you think my comments don’t matter, why do you’ve to cry like a girl who just lost her virginity. LOOSER!!

09/19/12 @ 10:09
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless TPLF Shabian

What is “LOOSER” you mean loser? lol

Here the urban dictionary meaning of a loser like you….

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"”



09/19/12 @ 10:21
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zemen

What do you know wbaout a girl who lost her virginity????? The talk arround here is you use your hand and mouth a lot. You use your hand to play with your self and your mouth to blow you agazi masters. So don’t try to be an expert on girls again you got this by googling again. Just give up and hung your self it is over for you …

09/19/12 @ 10:31
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the brain dead donkey,…

No I mean looser, as in loose of morality, as in the diaspora crybabies who lost their conscience and moral values, and let the stupid almaria and eli ass kift aff play with their loose mentality.
BTW, ment4you the horny donkey, I thought that male horse killed you. Wow! You’re awake from your coma induced by that rough climbing you got. Looks like you’re alive and kicking. LOOSER!

09/19/12 @ 11:06
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

What is “play with their loose mentality”

Anchi Yedonkey qula betem tewajaleshi…. lolllll

That is why you did not do so well in school just like your brain dead leader Meles.

This is not your league. Step away from your computer and do what you do best…. go to the streets of Addis and service the foreigners your dead master invited.

Are you crying little girl? Everything is going to be OK…..well in Mekele….lolllllll

09/19/12 @ 11:38
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the asshole shabian donkey and belew ye medda ahiyaw,…

You two can make a good mixed breed. One of you acts like a wild girl who lost her virginity and the other acts like a horny domesticated donkey who can never get enough of sucking di*k. Go figure who’s gonna hump whom. But you two dummies are a match made in hev.. oops I mean made in hell.

09/19/12 @ 12:05
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zefen

Your master is calling u from the grave he wants you to come to him. He said you are needed in hell because hell was made for you and him . I told you to hung yourself it is the easy way out.

bye bye addis zefen bye bye… no one will cry for you…

09/19/12 @ 12:16
Comment from: Angelina [Visitor]

Altemarem, you are one pessimist doomsday thinker who belongs in an assylum. Is it a thrapeutic order that you scrible every week 20 pages of nonesense? AS I have said before one Meles (Peace Be Upon Him) is better than millions of you usless people. Streets will be named after Him, we will build several statues in every city, town and in every hamlet. But you, you will die a bitter pessimist old man in the gutters of Los Angeles.

We have given Meles the titel of “The Great” before his name. May the Lord protect the soul of Meles The Great and (PBUH).

09/19/12 @ 12:19
Comment from: [Member]

*****To Belew****

I was laughing till tears were flowing down my cheeks!LOL
I really liked what you told to this
“Village Idiot” AKA - Adouche zemen.

Of course little knowledge is always “dangerous”

The funny one is when you told him that he is “playing too much with himself"!!
The guy is an idiot from the barren land and is scribbling nonsense on

09/19/12 @ 12:46
Comment from: belew [Visitor]


are you a new hire? You sound like one. Meles is dead. No one called him great. All they said was they are greatfull.. that he is bye bye. no more no less .. google again addis zefen can teach you how to google for answers he should be good at it by now.

09/19/12 @ 13:22
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Here is the urban dictionary meaning of “LOOSER” again lolllll

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"”


You are one sorry as$ TPLF from Mekele. Zem beleshi ye donkey qula tibi and I am sure Agazit Pr0zac Woman will help on that too.


Meles is DEAD and you are DONE little girl and Mekele is awaiting your return for good!!! lollll

09/19/12 @ 13:48
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]

Admin better you take care also of
Addis Zemen infecting your blog with crap words .

09/19/12 @ 13:51
Comment from: [Member]


Wow! ment4you the asshole shabia donkey, Mesfin Bshtw, belew ye meda ahiyaw, and TEDDY the loony asshole shabian,…

You four dummies are in love with each other and looks like supporting one another to stay alive. Well, “Gim le Gim abiro yazigem newina": your next orgy will be fun for you. I suggest that you include senait arogite, she knows a thing or two about orgies, she can help you coordinating and facilitating.
Mengistu H/M mehayimnetin attefahu yalew enanten kager attifto new enji bergit mehayimneten attiftto ayedelem lekka!!

BTW, ment4you the horny asshole shabian donkey,
Stay in your closet with your elementary dictionary, not alone correcting others, you cannot even clean your shit. Arram leba.

09/19/12 @ 14:14
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zero

fenta setekota egrwan tela hedesh yebalal.

again you lost the war crawl back to the stone you came from bye.. bye.. addis zefen bye bye all the sheles in Tegre are waiting for you.

09/19/12 @ 14:39
Comment from: meles [Visitor]

@addis zemen

yene konjo askauh please come to me I love you.It is over for us come to hell with me. It is for better and for worse.

Today I met Gadafi he was depressed maybe we can chear him up.

see you soon love..

09/19/12 @ 14:50
Comment from: babile [Visitor]


Ato al-Mariam is a fake self-designated prof. Along side Elias Kifle of Eritrean aka Ethiopian Review this paid agent continues to paint black everything that has to do with Ethiopia as a paid agent and the right hand man of Issayas Afeworki.

al-Mariam enjoys to irritate people purposely by spreading his home-cooked rubbish every Monday of the week; for the last 27 years. Well, he is making his living on it. So does he care if it makes any meaning to rational people? No. All he is after is the money he makes by consistantly spreading hate hiding behind empty jargones like democracy, human-rights, justice, and what have you. I for one don’t regard al-mariam as a serious person.

09/19/12 @ 15:24
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@babile and all the ilitrates

Please read what the professor wrote and give a response where you don’t agree. I know it is hard for you to read but it is easy for you to bark. Your masters should pay you by how you respond not just because you respond. Dedeb hula open the books and study don’t run your mouth here ..

09/19/12 @ 15:40
Comment from: [Member]

belew,…ye medda ahiyaw,

You’re busted dude! LOL!
“Egrwan tela hedesh” HA HA HA HA!!
Denbegna gemed aff asshole shabian, wow!
Let me guess, is your name by any chance that asshole shabian “asmerom"?
What a stupid arram!

09/19/12 @ 15:53
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zemen

Dedeb setbal atwedem because you are one. I touched a nerve.

I got your test results from your last doctors visit.

1. He said your brain is to small

2. He said you heart is to big

4.Your legs are shrinking

5. Your hands are getting longer.

conclusion he said you are reversing you genetics and turning into a monkey. From your post I think you have alrady become one. Sorry body from now on I can only talk to my kind the smart ones like professor Al

You also asked if I was Asmerom please ask your mom I might be your long lost dad Asmerom.

Take car my son may be the other monkeys will understand you.

09/19/12 @ 16:36
Comment from: Extraterrestrial [Member]

TEDDY [Visitor]
“Admin better you take care”

Enthene setakatere seldake lemedobhe newe adele yemtakaterewe?

Admin bla bla bla terframe yebuna bete lij shelle yasdegewe.

09/19/12 @ 16:58
Comment from: [Member]

belew, gemed aff asshole shabian ye medda ahiya,..

Ok I will take car. I prefer BMW! LOL!

09/19/12 @ 17:10
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

“not alone correcting others, you cannot even clean your shit”

lolllllll were you trying to tell me something? elementary boy? lolll

Please stop I can’t stop laughing at you….you are way over your head boy… well girl….

Ye Mekele donkey is going to take your berambar anchi setaset……Your DEAD lover is calling you from his grave take take care of like you used to…lol

Berambar seberewo ho ho ye mekele Donkeyyooo (ye mekele people after ye mekele aheya gets though with you)…..lollll

Here is the urban dictionary meaning of “LOOSER” once again

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"”

yekerbeshi … I am feeling really bad now….this is out of your league kid!!!

09/19/12 @ 17:13
Comment from: guta [Visitor]

Wey Professor aselchiw…I think this and his previous article about voting for President Obama shows how ivory tower politictians (or wana be politictians) are out of touch with the reality in ground. He is expecting change to happen just because Halemariam is placed, (yes placed, not elected) as a priemier of the country. The power is still in the hands of the governing party that Prof Al had been blabing about. Halemariam was hand picked by the now non-existant dictator Meles. There was a reason for him to be picked by Meles; he doesn`t pose any real threat. This just shows that how shallow Prof Als stances have been; I tend to belive he writes just because he has good command of the english language, not because he has a firm understanding of the situation in Ethiopia.

In his previous article he tried to make an analogy between president Obama’s inaction against Meles and lack of action by individual Ethiopians living in the diaspora. Comapring an individual’s interest to protect a house s/he built back home vs President Obama`s interest in the horn of Africa is just weak analogy. It doesn`t make any sense. President Obama is a leader of a powerfull country the decision of whome makes or breaks one small countriy`s existance. He could have urged Meles to be inclusive. If not, he could have helped the opposition which are from the bigger majority in Ethiopia. And also the opposition are more than willing to go after Alqaida in Somalia, if thats his worry. It could have been and still is a win win strategy for Obama administration to help the opposition and avoid any criticism of hypocracy (state department says something and yet Obama helped Meles).

09/19/12 @ 17:15
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

“not alone correcting others, you cannot even clean your shit”

lolllllll were you trying to tell me something? elementary boy? lolll

Please stop I can’t stop laughing at you….you are way over your head boy… well girl….

Ye Mekele donkey is going to take your berambar anchi setaset……Your DEAD lover is also calling you from his grave to take care of him like you used to…lol

Berambar seberewo ho ho ye mekele Donkeyyooo (ye mekele people after ye mekele aheya gets through with you)…..lollll

Here is the urban dictionary meaning of “LOOSER” once again

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"”

yekerbeshi … I am feeling really bad now….this is out of your league kid!!!

09/19/12 @ 17:16
Comment from: Akebert Meles [Visitor]
Akebert Meles

You crazy guy. It is time for you to shut your big big mouth and start doing something - work maybe you could be hired at a parking lot. Or maybe you could try Asmara - that is another option. Pls. do not call yourself an Ethiopia. And what does it matter to you whether we have a PM or not that is none of you bloody business. MIND YOUR BUSINESS ASS HOLE

09/19/12 @ 17:32
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the brain dead asshole shabian donkey,.

LOL! Take it easy ante arram leba! Mejemerya qithen tireg.
You’re stinking the website by duplicating your comment. And I told you, that you don’t need to duplicate your comment to get my attention. Can’t you understand this simple rule. You’re saturating the website. Give chance to others.
Just because you’re angry doesn’t necessarily means you’ve the right to take other patrons’ space.

09/19/12 @ 17:42
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Who is your daddy???? lollllll

heheheheeeeee I laugh and laugh and laugh at you this is just too much fun!!!

I know you are angry and that tigree blood is boiling beyond control and now with the death of the tyrant Meles you are confused…. you were away crying your eyes out for the dead tyrant now you are trying muster all the energy you have and getting a beat down by just about everyone. smh sad sad sad lolll

Azoysheee yegna bushti

Here is the urban dictionary meaning of “LOOSER” once again

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"” Heheheeeeeee

Now go give a tourist a BJ…lol.. the fun continues!!!

09/19/12 @ 18:22
Comment from: belew [Visitor]

@addis zemen and all dedeb yaltemru monkeys

You said you want BMW in your dreams may be you see one will never get one.

We got you. You will never post here again. You will have a nervous break down in a few days you have already started seeing things .

Chigaram yedha lege!!!!
wedi adgi
kemi gerka abzi metsha I can not figure it out it is like giving a computer to a monkey

just type type not using your brain.

bye bye loser … game over for you.

09/19/12 @ 18:30
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the brain dead arram asshole shabian donkey,…

Ante aram lebba, we can’t see you loughing or can’t hear you. Are you trying to build your own self esteem? Well as long as you stop saturating this web site and stinking with duplicating your shit. We will let you fantasize for a while with your elementary dictionary in your closet.
Not alone correcting others, you can’t even clean your shit. Qizenam emis fitt.

09/19/12 @ 18:40
Comment from: [Member]

belew the asshole shabian donkey,…
You told me to take car. What ever else you intended to tell me your devil master isay ass knows, so long he is the one who is sending you guys to solicite some info. On Ethiopian websites.
What a shameless asshole, you pretended to be an Ethiopian telling us what to do about our country, and now all of a sudden you’re a real shabian with your trade mark of short fused temper. Wow it doesn’t get any better than this.
I’m calling myself from now on “a shabian EXORCIST” how many shabian demons I fried so far?

09/19/12 @ 18:57
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Who is your daddyyyyy!!!! lollll

what is “loughing” shall I also look it up in urban dictionary? lollll

I am not sure why you come to when all you do is get crapped on? Ayzoshee anchi arre teragee.

Mekele is waiting for you where you can practice to perfection the art of giving BJ. Your master probably died of a VD he contacted from you.

Ayee anchi meskin arre teragee bushti…. Ayzioshee one day you will truly be free till then your struggle continues on

Azoysheee yegna bushti

Here is the urban dictionary meaning of “LOOSER” once again

“A looser is a loser who can’t spell “loser"” Heheheeeeeee

Next will be “loughing”

Now go give a tourist a BJ…lol.. the fun continues!!!

09/19/12 @ 19:17
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the hopeless asshole shabian donkey,..

How hopeless can you be in this day and age to fantasize in a spelling error and typpo? LOL!
That is how I knew you were an elementary drop out who came to America with a DV, from your job as a daily laborer. All you do is sit in your closet with your elementary dictionary and think pointing out a spelling error to make you an intellect.
Not alone to correct others, you can’t even clean your shit. Ante arram lebba!!

09/19/12 @ 19:44
Comment from: Observer [Visitor]

Addis Zemen,

Ayzosh anche Chigaram yeweyane riffraff lekame. You keep saying Diaspora Diaspora, I think one Diaspora has plugged your pora and that is why you despise them. It is ok, you rather be plugged you pora by Diaspora than a Tifram Weyana BANDA. Just a suggestion,

Getah Observer Amaraw 800 amet yegeza zer


09/19/12 @ 21:05
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Here is the urban dictionary translation of “loughing”

“Loughing is laughing spelled by a looser who is a loser who can’t spell “…….""?

Fill in the blacks Addis Zefen the Moron. lollll

Ayzoshe anchi arre teragee ….. see a smart person knows when enough is enough you have no clue of it.

It is done! it is over with Meles the tyrant is dead!! TPLF has no place in Ethiopia. Ethiopia is only for those who do not identify with or their sole purpose is not to benefiting a single ethic group. TPLF is neither and therefore an illegitimate entity and the enemy of Ethiopia and Ethiopians.

Go back to Mekele they may buy into your empty rhetoric. Ethiopia needs to move in a different direction!!

Arre Teragee!!!

09/19/12 @ 21:12
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Fill in the blanks not fill in the blacks …we surely don’t want to see you do that lolllllll

09/19/12 @ 21:16
Comment from: [Member]

Obsever the mozzafacker shabian & ment4you the desperate shabian donkey,…

I cannot count how many victims wounded by me crawling on looks like they keep coming after they took a break and hibernate in their holes. Some of them like ment4you who are obsessed with sucking dicks are already familliar to the public stuck on my dick. The others like observer and TEDDY, who are too old will hide for few days and come to vomit their usual garbage. Any way I am having a lot of fun frying their ass, especially the ment4you’s lutti ass has become my favorite pigeon.

09/19/12 @ 23:26
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Who is you daddyyyy!!!! lollll

How many time do I have to crap all over you for your to stop? lollll

You are like taking a beating and keeps on ticking problem is you are licking from your butt hole and your mouth from Meles the donkey’s qula and from the as$ whipping anchi bushti…

I am your master I own you b*tchhh. Just get used to it!!!!lolll

Anchi Arre teragee zembeleshi atelefelefe… you have qula in your mouth….lolllll heheheeeeee

Poor man go back to Mekele!!!!

09/20/12 @ 00:04
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

Here is a list of people who crap on you daily

Al Mariam
Mesfin B

Just to name a few. I know the inferiority complex you suffer from has grayed out the line between winning and losing for you but dude seriously give it up before you commit suicide.

I guess it is true you like it when you get your pora plugged.

Arre Terage TPLF….

Go get your pora plugged by diaspora …. heheheeee

09/20/12 @ 00:39
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the despeate asshole shabian kullarass donkey,..

Well, no more mercy for you arram lebba. I will make sure you jump over a bridge. Tinish new yeqerehe.
Yehe hull kemiteseqay tollo merz tetitehe bitimot yeshalihal.
Not alone correcting others with your elementary dictionary from your closet, you can’t even clean your shit. Ante arram lebba!

09/20/12 @ 05:00
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]

Adgi Banda the despeate asshole shabian kullarass donkey,..

Well, no more mercy for you arram lebba. I will make sure you jump over a bridge. Tinish new yeqerehe.
Yehe hull kemiteseqay tollo merz tetitehe bitimot yeshalihal.
Not alone correcting others with your elementary dictionary from your closet, you can’t even clean your shit. Ante arram lebba!!!THIS IS YOUR OWN FATE AND SPECIALITY LEKAMMI WUSHA BANDA !!!!!

09/20/12 @ 05:34
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]

Extrapentebanda “Enthene setakatere seldake lemedobhe newe adele yemtakaterewe?… bla bla bla terframe yebuna bete lij shelle yasdegewe” .You are talking as a specialiost on the matter ,proposing your services to the new CM ,as you have prostitued yourself by the past times .It’s not with your limited vocabularies of Thug that you can impress peoples….YE MENDER AWEDELDAI LEKAMMI WUSHA BANDA!!!!!

09/20/12 @ 05:41
Comment from: wegenaw [Visitor]

Let us use this forum for the development of Ethiopia but not for “enka selanta"(sp?),low class maferia hula. Look for bright future, make yourself part of it.

09/20/12 @ 07:00
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF

“no more mercy” lolllll

See how slow and retarded you are?

Now I am so scared I need a TPLF cave to hide in in Mekele…..lollll

Absolute MORON and uneducated fool. Your third world politics and mentality is your achilles heel and your certain downfall if you aren’t there already.

09/20/12 @ 10:23
Comment from: belew [Visitor]


Addis Zemen Dead yesterday ata age 45 he had a hear attack while typing and playing with himself kkkkk

Long live Ethiopia who is next?????????

09/20/12 @ 10:27
Comment from: [Member]

Ment4you the luutti asshole shabian donkey,…

You’re getting warmer and even hotter. Keep it up, just remember to take the bus or subway to the nearest bridge. Then don’t speak to anybody, because they might talk you out. So as soon as you reach at the bridge, the main plan is to end it right there and never to come back to your pathetic life.
Don’t be coward as usual. There is no pain what so ever. Believe me, when I practiced as a psychiatrist I had counceld a lot of depressed people like you. Most of them preferd to die that way, but I talked them all out. But in your case, it’s hopeless. I can do nothing about it. My suggestion to you is to jump over the bridge and end your pathetic luutti life. Nobody wants you anymore, even your Boyfriend the desperate loony asshole shabian TEDDY. BURN IN HELL.

09/20/12 @ 10:45
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]


Lolllllllllll hilarious

Our enemy says who shows so much contempt to Ethiopia and Ethiopians says he wants to live in out house and claims to be the lover of Ethiopia…a wolf in a sheep skin……smh

09/20/12 @ 13:01
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]


Lolllllllllll hilarious

Our enemy who shows so much contempt to Ethiopia and Ethiopians says he wants to live in our house and claim to be the lover of Ethiopia…a wolf in a sheep skin……smh

09/20/12 @ 15:44
Comment from: ment4you [Visitor]

Addis Zefen the Brainless Shabian TPLF Bushtiw

Meles your husband is DEAD!!!

Now go keep the tourists in the streets of Addis satisfied. Your one only job bushtiw!!!

09/20/12 @ 21:35
Comment from: kul [Visitor]

አቶ ሃይለማሪያም ደሳለኝ ዛሬ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ሆነው ቃለመሃላ ከፈጽሙ በኋላ ሲናገሩ የአገሪቱ ዋና ችግር በተለይ ለልማታችን እንቅፋት የሆነው “ኪራይ ሰብሳቢነትንና ሙስና” መሆኑን በኩራት ነገሩን::

09/21/12 @ 10:24



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