Painter Zerihun Yetimgeta shows us some of his awesome paintings


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The oldest artist, Zerihun Yasumun

Ethiopia’s parliament in August 2017 voted to lift a state of emergency imposed since October 2016. What started as a six-month measure to quell anti-government protests, eventually lasted 10 months. After the initial expiration in April 2017, the parliament voted a four-month extension citing the need to consolidate peace gains made during the initial period. At the time of the first expiration, the government was reporting of successes chalked, among others, the return to peace and the downgrading of some of the ‘choking’ measures under the emergency rule. displayAdvert("mpu_3") In fact the problem is the government wants to rule in the old way (and) people are resisting to be ruled in the old way. The Command Post tasked with enforcing the curfew had reported mass arrests at a point, followed by rehabilitation and mass release of a number of protesters. Others they said, were being processed before court. Of the thousands that are still held in custody, one man, a major opposition voice in the country is clearly the standout figure around whom a lot of news and diplomatic back and forth revolves – Merera Gudina, Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC). The arrest and continued detention of Gudina has been slammed

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