Statement by Balderas At Addis Ababa

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Agent Mayor of Addis Ababa City Administration Takele Uma talked about with young people in Hawassa.

Agent Mayor Engineer Takele Uma told the young of Hawassa that the Ethiopian individuals were at high elevation.

The center of our stairway is Love, and Hawassa is a city that is an image of different ethnic states, which is an area of impressive esteem.

Young people of Hawassa are additionally expected to assume responsibility for this praiseworthy assignment.

He said the youthful age was just ready to move out of the mountains and could possibly ache for the Euphrates when required.

Every so often, these sensitive journeys have caused issues that are trailed by issues.

To maintain a strategic distance from these issues, notice that concurrence, love, and friendship are admissible.

 

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