Artist Henok Dinku with his fiance Mahi

A website linking the seller to the buyer has been released.

Ethio Mark, a website that links directly to the buyer to strengthen the growing online shopping in Ethiopia, was launched today.

Ethio-Mark Marketing and Communication Expert, Engineer Najila Mohammed, said at the launch that the site was set up to prevent brokers from entering between sellers and buyers.

Ethio-Mark General Manager, Faris Awel, on his part said the seller will be able to find the property he wants to sell by posting it directly on the website free of charge.

It is also said that the site will conduct screening before posting exorbitant prices to prevent sellers from offering exorbitant prices.

The site is said to be unique in that it allows people to find the items they want to buy without having to worry about it.

Henok Dinku and Mahi


According to the Addis Ababa Critical Event Registration and Information Agency, Addis Ababa City is preparing to roll out the digital residency identification service at the central level and distribute it to all sub-cities.

He announced that the digital ID service will allow one resident to have only one resident ID.

The agency also said that the system will have a significant impact on the social and economic equitable distribution of wealth among the residents.

The agency also announced that it has provided training to all sub-city resident service professionals before launching the service.

The move to print and distribution to the sub-city will save time and money for the consumer community to get ID printing.

Ethiopia’s research sector is in a state of flux.

According to the Global Index, which is ranked 2021, Ethiopia ranks 127th out of 131 countries, indicating that the country is still in its infancy.

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