As information begins to circulate and the war-time leaks make the international rounds, the State Department, Pentagon and White House will most likely have a lot of explaining to do- not something a battered Obama Administration looks forward to defending.
Among the leaked classified documents, one has been found regarding the U.S. ambassador to Eritrea saying last year “Eritrean officials are ignorant or lying” in denying that they were supporting the al-Shabaab, a militant-wing Islamist group in Somalia. Continue reading WikiLeaks: U.S. ambassador to Eritrea Saying…
Unlike any other president, the president of the state of Eritrea H.E. Issaias Afeworki lives with in a neighborhood in an ordinary apartment, walks on the street of the capital with almost no protection and treat his kids just like any ordinary citizen by sending them to the national service and also teach them in the local colleges than the other African leaders way.
He is the president of the people, by the people, and to the people.
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The New Times – Rwanda’s First Daily, November 29, 2010
THE President of the National Cycling Federation (Ferwacy) Aimable Bayingana yesterday told Times Sport that the federation is looking at ways of increasing local cycling competitions to boost local riders.
Only two local cycling competitions – Tour of Kigali and Kwita Izina, were held this year and Bayingana reckons that the best way of matching African cycling giants Eritrea and South Africa is by engaging local cyclists in more competitions.
“The number of local competitions has to definitely be increased. We are going to look for sponsors so that we get a good number of competitions next year,” Bayingana said.
The Eritrea Institute of Technology is located on Mai Nefhi, about 20 km south west of Asmara, near the Mai Nefhi dam. It currently has three colleges: Science, Engineering and Technology, and Education. Other new colleges are also under construction elsewhere in the country in other fields of studies. The Institute began with about 5,500 students during the 2003-2004 academic year.
The main reason for the opening of the college was to distribute the concentration of educational institutions away from the capital city of Asmara. Similar colleges were opened through out the country in all regions. The number of enrollment has dramatically increased by a number of folds as a result of the opening of such institutions. Funding from out side organizations is available. However, the institutions is modeled after the principle of self reliance.