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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s war in Tigray and his government’s campaign of systematic discrimination could be his undoing, argue @Fromagehomme  and Yohannes Woldemariam.

Using Eritrean troops to fight a war on Ethiopian soil besmirches the reputation of Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia's prime minister, and complicates efforts to pacify Tigray

“With no unifying narrative to legitimize his authority and with international support wavering, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed may find the fallout from the Tigrayan war much harder to manage than the war itself.”

The trickle of bad news of events in Tigray is likely to become a flood, increasing pressure on the international community to rethink its support for Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, write @Fromagehomme  and Yohannes Woldemariam.

AU Chairperson Cyril Ramaphosa and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed have congratulated Africans for starting trading under AfCFTA

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s war in Tigray and his government’s campaign of systematic discrimination could be his undoing, argue @Fromagehomme  and Yohannes Woldemariam.

@Fromagehomme and Yohannes Woldemariam argue that the war in Tigray could exacerbate Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s crisis of legitimacy.

@Fromagehomme and Yohannes Woldemariam argue that the war in Tigray could exacerbate Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s crisis of legitimacy.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s “attempts to subdue Tigray militarily and to bring its government under his control have engendered deep antipathy toward the central government,” argue and @fromagehommem '>Yohannes Woldemari @Fromagehommem .

“With no unifying narrative to legitimize his authority and with international support wavering, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed may find the fallout from the Tigrayan war much harder to manage than the war itself.”

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Among recent winners of the Nobel Peace Prize are the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who ordered military operations against a region of his own country; and Aung San Suu Kyi, who has rejected evidence of genocide in Myanmar.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali has been awarded this year’s #NobelPeacePrize  for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea. @AbiyAhmedAli  #NobelPrize 

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In a phone call with my good friend Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, I discussed advancing our bilateral relations and our joint efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.

We congratulate Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed @AbiyAhmedAli  upon his well-deserved Nobel Peace Prize. He's a man of wisdom and a true peacemaker who brings kindness and goodwill to his people and the people of Africa. He's a well-respected leader among UAE citizens.

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'“Build bridges, break down walls,” is a constant refrain in his speeches.' Discover more about Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali, awarded this year's #NobelPeacePrize , in this article:

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