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Ethiopia, one of the fastest growing economies, is pushing a new electronic payment service called M-Birr, or “mobile-money.” The mobile-based payment system is expected to rope in millions of the unbanked population into the banking and financial systems. More effective and less restrictive, operators say the mobile payment system is also safer than old payment systems. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “M-Birr is perfect for our work because it makes life more simple and more secure. I prefer to use this service rather than make transactions in cash, and it is even reliable,” a client told AFP. M-BIRR Mobile Money service in Ethiopia developed by Moss Technologies Dublin https://t.co/MIVMwYvUDE pic.twitter.com/T5ahcvp4Xr— Ian Dowson (@iand47) April 20, 2016 The M-Birr operates on the same system as M-Pesa which has already proven its worth in Kenya. “The service is easily accessible. You can find it anywhere and at any time. It is much more convenient than banks which are in specific locations and only operate under a fixed schedule. I’m really happy to have this service,” said Adane Hirpo, Birr’s local manager. The mobile money follows in the footsteps of neighbouring Kenya’s M-Pesa service which is run" />
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initiative chain of importance of ANDM have a place with the Tigray/Tigrigne ethnic gathering aside from Adisu Legese. On the off chance that any one takes a gander at the rundown of the Executive Committee of the association, Berket Simeon, Helawi Yoseph, Kasa T/Birhan, Tadese Kasa and most of its Central Committee individuals are all Tigryans. At the point when the TPLF did an across the country meeting that prompted the present government plan, the main ethnic gathering that was not spoken to is Amhara. This reality is even demonstrated in 1991 point of fact by the perished previous head administrator amid a meeting on national TV. He stated, ". . . nobody came to us and straightforwardly mentioned to take an interest in the gathering as an agent of the Amhara." That is the reason Amhara lost colossal pieces of its familial domain to Tigray, Oromia, Afar and Benishangul. At the end of the day, the EPDM that didn't speak to the Amhara individuals and their enthusiasm at the previously mentioned meeting was and is simply a burden by the TPLF to fill the vacuum and principle what is left of the massively shrank Amhara territories. Subsequent to bouncing to the steed wagon of decision Amhara, the prompt assignment of EPDM was to change its shading and show up as an Amhara. That is the reason it changed its name to ANDM. To the unrepresented and alarmed populace of Amhara the inconvenience was and is felt as though the military fascism came back with another tone, however with an increasingly vile and coercive distractive motivation of eviscerating Amhara piece by piece to the point of being indistinguishable. Addis Ababa (TA) – Bereket Simon is supposedly under authority for debasement allegations. He was taken to the Amhara local state situate, Bahir Dar from his habitation in Addis Ababa. Additionally with him, Tadese Kasa another key figure under the previous routine has been captured in a similar case. The two men are blamed for stealing millions from a routine aggregate known as Tiret organization. The captures came as a shock after the Abiy Ahmed's crackdown on previous routine pioneers has been ended over the most recent two months. Ex-Spy cheif, Getachew Assefa and numerous others are covering up in Tigray as the local organization is resisting government examiners.

Ethiopia, one of the fastest growing economies, is pushing a new electronic payment service called M-Birr, or “mobile-money.” The mobile-based payment system is expected to rope in millions of the unbanked population into the banking and financial systems. More effective and less restrictive, operators say the mobile payment system is also safer than old payment systems. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “M-Birr is perfect for our work because it makes life more simple and more secure. I prefer to use this service rather than make transactions in cash, and it is even reliable,” a client told AFP. M-BIRR Mobile Money service in Ethiopia developed by Moss Technologies Dublin https://t.co/MIVMwYvUDE pic.twitter.com/T5ahcvp4Xr— Ian Dowson (@iand47) April 20, 2016 The M-Birr operates on the same system as M-Pesa which has already proven its worth in Kenya. “The service is easily accessible. You can find it anywhere and at any time. It is much more convenient than banks which are in specific locations and only operate under a fixed schedule. I’m really happy to have this service,” said Adane Hirpo, Birr’s local manager. The mobile money follows in the footsteps of neighbouring Kenya’s M-Pesa service which is run
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