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Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar’s habit of intruding into some Kunama Individuals life.

Adolay Osman Aggar’s habit of intruding into some Kunama individuals’ life, writing on their life-history, naming him/her, Assassinating his/her character, by falsely describing and revealing his/her personal data. Leaving aside, the names and life-histories of many other Kunama individuals, Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar has touched, we are limiting our considerations, only on the names of […]

A very distorted and very Evasive Response by Ato Yemane Gebreab.

    A Very Distorted and Very Evasive Response, by “Ato Yemane Gebreab, the Presidential Adviser to the Eritrean PFDJ’s Regime“, to the Very Right Accusation of the “Commission of Enquiry“of the United Nations, to the Eritrean Regime, of having “Committed and Committing Crimes against Humanity“, Part One: In a “Press Statement, the President’s Adviser […]

INDIGENISATION:

  “Indigenisation“, as we understand it, is a “process“, mainly economic one, launched by some African statesmen and governments, specifically led by the government of Simbabwe. Translating it into simple words, understanding and putting it into practice, “Indiginisation“ is a process of economic development, intended to be congenial to the customo-traditions ,and according to the […]

On the Steps of Mr. Joseph Magnet, on “Constitution Making in Eritrea“: University of Ottawa – Common Law Section

November 16, 2015 In an “Abstract from Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2015-32“, Mr. Joseph Magnet made the following observations, on the “Making of the Eritrean Constitution: “Eritrea went through a constitutional process from 1995 to 1997, which resulted in a text that provides for the rule of law, democratic institutions and human […]

“Botatana ora suka lilikabu koshimfama elata dekedia ibing kikanni“,

Mr Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar, with : Translated: “the one inebriated with arrogance and rural mentality, kannot accept one’s fault“, has insulted and is insulting the Kunama rural population. If a Kunama, originating directly from the Kunama rural areas, (and most of those Kunama refugees, in Shimelba, are reported to have originated from several rural […]