Star singer Selamawit Yohannes Frankfurt live performance

Selamawit Yohannes (Senay, bel Halo), is a famous Afro-Tig singer who can fluently speaks both Amharic and Tigrigna languages. She is one of the rising stars of her generation. She made music more loveable and look easy.

Addis Ababa City Administration graduates more than 650 returnees

The Addis Ababa City Administration Bureau of Labor and Social Affairs, in collaboration with the Bureau of Job Creation and Enterprise Development and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Agency, has trained more than 650 returnees under various sessions.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Mayor and Coordinator of Public Service Institutions, Jantar Abay, said the job creation program has significantly reduced the number of illegal migration and reduced the serious human and economic harm to citizens.

He also called on the graduates to change their country and family by setting an example for others to overcome the obstacles they face.

Addis Ababa City Labor and Social Affairs Bureau Head, Tefera Molla, on his part said that it is possible to show that change is possible in the country by providing training to the residents who are returning home due to various problems.

According to Tefera, the bureau has created opportunities for returnees from different countries to engage in various activities in collaboration with governmental and non-governmental organizations in the 2013 budget year.

Tefera said 100 out of the 650 returnees who graduated today have achieved job opportunities and are funded by various non-governmental organizations.

The Prosperity Party’s rally in Addis Ababa was attended by more than 50,000 women under the theme “All Women for Prosperity, Prosperity for All Women”.

Adanech Abebe, a member of the Prosperity Party’s Executive Committee and Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa, who delivered a message at the Prosperity Party’s women’s rally in Addis Ababa Stadium, said: He said he was grateful for the support he had received from the poor.

Adanech Abebe said prosperity will work to alleviate the burden of the city’s residents, especially mothers, so that women can benefit equally socially and economically.

He also said that women are equally leading and deciding within the party to make women’s participation equal in the political arena.

Recognizing that she works with rival parties on national issues and does not tolerate disruptive activities, Adanech Abebe urged women to work closely with the security forces as they are the first victims of insecurity.
Addis Ababa Prosperity Party Office Head, Melese Alemu, on his part, said women stand by prosperity not only physically but also through prayers and prayers, adding that women benefit from the family and the country.

He met with 138 women candidates running for the House of Peoples’ Representatives and the Addis Ababa City Council on behalf of the Addis Ababa City Prosperity Party.

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