Monday, March 24, 2014

Urgent help is needed

A young kid   by the name of Bealem Berhanu   currently suffering with a disease called Portal Vain Hypertension, (PVH) .  The Doctors Board have confirmed that this kind of illness cannot be treated   in Ethiopia .The sad  part is   family of Bealem can’t   afford  to  pay for his  medical  expanses abroad .The life of  this  twelve year   brilliant boy  is at  a great  risk. He needs all your help!! Please listen the interview we had with his Parents as well as with their son, Do  your  best  to save his life .( if you  can’t  financially support  spread  out the news to all your contacts  you may have .(face book,   twitters  , social medias …)    His Mom and Dad  left all their contact  information. Click the link below to listen the whole interview.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Kung Fu legend Jackie Chan arrives in Ethiopia

Kung-fu legend and Hollywood star Jackie Chan has arrived in Ethiopia for a humanitarian visit. A guest of the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Chan arrived in Addis Ababa on Thursday. He is expected to visit a farm run by the FAO and the U.N. World Food Program in Ethiopia’s Southern Peoples’ Region, located some 270km south of the capital. The farm produces vegetables, fruit and cereals used in a local school-lunch program.  Source (Turkishpress )

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Barak Obama has hereditary to Oromo and Somalis tribe other than his Kenyan origin says a Researcher

On his recent interview with Ethiopian This Week Radio program host, Dr.  Belay Haileyesus explained the main cause of Adwa war and its outcome for all underrepresented people around the globe. Dr.  Belay further explained the  current president of USA is related  to  Oromo  and Somalia tribes , According to  Dr Belay these  and most other African  tribes didn’t have borders  or boundary  and lived together and shard what  life has offered them   The issue  of boundary  line  came after colonialists seized over the  whole  nation of Africa i.e. around 1887 EC   “The Oromo tribe is one of  the  biggest tribe  in  Ethiopia and by default  the president  of USA  has a large portion  of hereditary  to  Ethiopia, says pediatrician specialist  Dr. Habtyesus .  To  listen the  interview  click the link below.

Kenyan Pastor Bans Women From Wearing UNDERWEAR At his Church.

A pastor has reportedly told women attending his church not to wear underwear so they can feel closer to God. The strange request was apparently made by Reverend Njohi at his ministry in Nairobi, Kenya. The female congregants were forbidden from wearing bras and underwear during his service at the Lord's Propeller Redemption Church, according to the Kenyan Post. Njohi reportedly said worshippers needed to feel free in their 'mind and body' when attending, but strangely did not say men needed to leave their pants at home as well. The pastor added there would be grave consequences if his female members did not adhere to the new rule, which was reportedly adhered to as most women are said to have attended the next service with no underwear.  Clickthe video here for details.  

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Ethiopian Girl Identified as A Train Crash Victim in Dallas

 The train hit the driver’s side of the vehicle, killing the female driver, who was said to be in her 20s. She was the only person in the vehicle. The girl in the car was identified Melat Mamo according to her Facebook account and friends paying respect leaving a comment how she was outgoing and wonderful. DART spokesman Morgan Lyons said the vehicle entered the crossing as the crossing arms were coming down “If the signals are operating properly, the lights and bells go off approximately 20 seconds before the arms begin to come down,” Lyons said. “That’s when, essentially, the intersection is closed to vehiclular traffic.” He added that the train’s operator saw the car entering the intersection and went into a “maximum brake mode” in an effort to avoid impact. “You just can’t stop the train that quickly,” Lyons said. There were 24 people aboard the train; four of them told officials they had been injured, and paramedics were checking all passengers as a precaution. A bus bridge was set up between the Lawnview and MLK stations to shuttle rail passengers between the accident scene.  An investigation into the cause of the accident is ongoing, DART officials said. “Our system is safe; our safety record is very good,” Lyons said. “The bottom line is: You can never beat the train.”


Monday, March 3, 2014

Ethiopia’s teff grain set to be world’s next ‘super-food’

Ethiopians are proud of the crop because it is almost our identity," said Solomon Chanyalew, director of the Debre Zeyt Agricultural Research Centre, a teff research hub. "But these days, teff is getting global attention," he said. Relatively unknown outside of Ethiopia -- for now -- the cereal is predicted to replace quinoa as the latest global "super-food".  Click the  link below  to read more …