They told me that i’m lucky

Former Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Dr. Sileshi Bekele.

Former Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Dr. Sileshi Bekele, who is not included in the new cabinet, tweeted:

Dr. Sileshi, who has made a name for himself in the ongoing talks on the construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam, the filling of the dam and the UN Security Council, has been talking to many about not continuing in his new cabinet.

Today, however, he has been appointed as the Chief Negotiator and Advisor on Cross River Rivers and the Renaissance Dam.

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva presented his new cabinet members to the House of Representatives yesterday.

Engineer Aisha Mohammed, who was previously in the ministry headed by Dr. Sileshi, was appointed to lead the development of the newly formed irrigated and lowland areas in the new cabinet.

Engineer Habtamu Itefa has been appointed to head the rest of the Ministry of Water and Energy.

Dr. Sileshi also wished the newly appointed Ministers a happy five-year term.

Dr. Sileshi, who has been given various awards, including the Good Man Award, will be remembered for his speech “The Dam is mine” or “Its My Dam”.

He said who will manage the Renaissance Dam when it is completed? He was responding to a question from a foreign journalist, “Its My Dam.”

The statement was widely used on social media and other forums as tensions between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt escalated.

The former prime minister, who responded to a series of talks between Egypt and Sudan at the UN Security Council over the dam, was widely praised.

“Whether we like it or not, we have to learn to cooperate because we drink from the same river,” he told the Security Council.

In a Facebook post, Dr. Sileshi, who has been in charge of the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy for the past five years, said:

He described the two offices as “crucial for the growth and transformation of our country.”

“I have served as a minister for the last five years with sincerity, integrity and to the best of my ability,” he added.

He further said that they are ready to continue to serve in any field that the country needs.

The new appointees, Aisha and Habtamu, conveyed their message: “I believe you will lead effectively. I will give you the necessary support and cooperation.”

He also said that while he is the Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, he has been working with the office of the respondent.

“We have had a difficult time. Our dam will generate power in a few months.

In our 2014 edition. In the first few months, two of the 13 turbines of the Grand Renaissance Dam will start generating 750 megawatts of power, the former minister told.

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