Food prices in Ethiopia plunge to a record high as the US dollar rate incredibly goes up. The fluctuations come as the rate of US dollar exchange in the black market reached the highest ever. Ethiopia is a landlocked country and much of the food items and electronics are imported from the middle east and … Continue reading Food prices jump to a record high in Ethiopia as an unprecedented inflation rate hit the nation. Why? Find out below.
[Apology for the previous post, it contained many types and errors. This one may not either] Vaccine refusal is discarding thousands of unused Covid jabs in Ethiopia as people show huge disinterest in taking jabs on time. Ever since the Covid-19 vaccines rolled out in the world, the need to get everyone vaccinated became harder … Continue reading Thousands of Covid jabs are going unused in Ethiopia, why?
Severe cold weather conditions are causing havoc in Jigjiga, Hargeisa and Addis-Ababa causing travel disruptions across Ethiopia. Temperatures have dropped to lowest points in Ethiopia for the first time in years as strong winds bring chilling cold in most parts of Ethiopia. Thick Clouds have formed all over the sky delaying air and land travels … Continue reading weather woes in Jigiga and Hargeisa keep people at home
Hello everyone, Thank you for being a regular reader of my growing blogs. Tbh I’m not a professional blogger even close to it but my curiosity of being a professional and full time blogger is growing day by day. However growth is about constantly being aware of your mistakes and weaknesses and to get the … Continue reading Improvement time
Take a sigh of breath! Close your eyes, and imagine what the world will look like after 40 years? That’s a rough guess but trust me, our inner imaginations will give us different pictures. I am Ahmed Abdi, and this time, I’m going to be sharing with you a story that will melt your heart … Continue reading Pain, patience and pride
Ethiopia has a long history of stability at least what it looked like outside of Ethiopia but since 2018 when Ethiopia had undergone a massive political transformation, nothing was the same. The country has entered a period of unprecedented political upheaval. The 2018 parliamentary vote that ended nearly 3 decades of the TPLF rule left … Continue reading A new phase of fighting in Ethiopia is worrying everyone
Our sky this morning- the breeze is blowing away people here- feeling of summer like
For many years, our city was in a dark mode. We haven’t had lights that shone all the time in the past. Jigjiga, our city is legitimately Ethiopia’s largest Somali city in its south eastern hemisphere. It’s been the center of the British and Italian colonial passage. The city divided Somalia and Ethiopia into a … Continue reading Our streets are lit
When I was a teenager, I used to wonder what people meant democracy. I grew up in a place where the rule of law wasn’t encouraged but as I entered middle school, I had my teacher explain it on the black board, yes a board attached to the wall but I still hadn’t understood what … Continue reading Somaliland, an unrecognized region of Somalia is proving that democracy can prevail everywhere.
Dear reader, I hope you are doing good. Checking in people first has gotten a huge priority since the world began to deal with a pandemic like never before. Today I’m going out of a big wall in the compound where I work. I did this because I’m going to see different people, eat different … Continue reading Is Ethiopia falling apart?