Who Stands to Benefit from Kenya's Invasion of Somalia? Definitely not Kenya's "Wananchi"

Neither Kenya nor Somalia will benefit from Kenya's invasion but only the Ethiopian regime

By Ghidewon Abay Asmerom,

There are a number of Eritreans who made their transit through Kenya that fondly remember the country and its people. Indeed to know Kenya well is to fall in love with it.

From its wonderful ethnic groups to a dazzlingly beautiful landscape, everything Kenya has to offer is full of superlatives. It is with this as a background that some of us, who consider Kenya as our other home, find Kenya’s unfounded accusation against Eritrea shameful and inexcusable. Continue reading

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Who Stands to Benefit from Kenya's Invasion of Somalia? Definitely not Kenya's "Wananchi"

Neither Kenya nor Somalia will benefit from Kenya's invasion but only the Ethiopian regime

By Ghidewon Abay Asmerom,

There are a number of Eritreans who made their transit through Kenya that fondly remember the country and its people. Indeed to know Kenya well is to fall in love with it.

From its wonderful ethnic groups to a dazzlingly beautiful landscape, everything Kenya has to offer is full of superlatives. It is with this as a background that some of us, who consider Kenya as our other home, find Kenya’s unfounded accusation against Eritrea shameful and inexcusable. Continue reading

Who Stands to Benefit from Kenya's Invasion of Somalia? Definitely not Kenya's "Wananchi"

Neither Kenya nor Somalia will benefit from Kenya's invasion but only the Ethiopian regime

By Ghidewon Abay Asmerom,

There are a number of Eritreans who made their transit through Kenya that fondly remember the country and its people. Indeed to know Kenya well is to fall in love with it.

From its wonderful ethnic groups to a dazzlingly beautiful landscape, everything Kenya has to offer is full of superlatives. It is with this as a background that some of us, who consider Kenya as our other home, find Kenya’s unfounded accusation against Eritrea shameful and inexcusable. Continue reading

Who Stands to Benefit from Kenya’s Invasion of Somalia? Definitely not Kenya’s “Wananchi”

Neither Kenya nor Somalia will benefit from Kenya's invasion but only the Ethiopian regime

By Ghidewon Abay Asmerom,

There are a number of Eritreans who made their transit through Kenya that fondly remember the country and its people. Indeed to know Kenya well is to fall in love with it.

From its wonderful ethnic groups to a dazzlingly beautiful landscape, everything Kenya has to offer is full of superlatives. It is with this as a background that some of us, who consider Kenya as our other home, find Kenya’s unfounded accusation against Eritrea shameful and inexcusable. Continue reading

Eritrea Stood First in ‘Team Time Trial’ at the 2011 African Cycling Championship (VIDEO)

Eritrea won the Team Time Trial on day-1 of the African Cycling Championship Competition

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean national cycling team won the opening competition at the African Continental Cycling Championship usually known as the Team Time Trial (TTT) that was held in Asmara, on Wednesday.

In today’s opening race, the Eritrean team led the assault to finish the 36 Kilometers race ‘First’ while South Africa and Morocco followed as second and third.

Eritrean national team at the TTT competition was represented by Daniel Teklehaymanot, Jani Tewolde, Frekalsi Debessay and Natnael Berhane. Continue reading

Eritrea Stood First in ‘Team Time Trial’ at the 2011 African Cycling Championship (VIDEO)

Eritrea won the Team Time Trial on day-1 of the African Cycling Championship Competition

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean national cycling team won the opening competition at the African Continental Cycling Championship usually known as the Team Time Trial (TTT) that was held in Asmara, on Wednesday.

In today’s opening race, the Eritrean team led the assault to finish the 36 Kilometers race ‘First’ while South Africa and Morocco followed as second and third.

Eritrean national team at the TTT competition was represented by Daniel Teklehaymanot, Jani Tewolde, Frekalsi Debessay and Natnael Berhane. Continue reading

Eritrea Stood First in ‘Team Time Trial’ at the 2011 African Cycling Championship (VIDEO)

Eritrea won the Team Time Trial on day-1 of the African Cycling Championship Competition

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean national cycling team won the opening competition at the African Continental Cycling Championship usually known as the Team Time Trial (TTT) that was held in Asmara, on Wednesday.

In today’s opening race, the Eritrean team led the assault to finish the 36 Kilometers race ‘First’ while South Africa and Morocco followed as second and third.

Eritrean national team at the TTT competition was represented by Daniel Teklehaymanot, Jani Tewolde, Frekalsi Debessay and Natnael Berhane. Continue reading