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Activist Johar Mohammed and Ethio-somali region vice president Mustefe Mohammed held peace discussion in Dire dawa Activist Johar Mohammed and Ethio-somali region vice president Mustefe Mohammed held peace discussion in Dire dawa Monday, 24 September 2018 Activist Johar Mohammed and vice president of Ethio-Somali region , Mustefe Mohammed arrived dire –dawa on Sunday morning , “ugas” and “Aba Gada” and dwellers of the city... More detail
Lucy College graduated 847 students Lucy College graduated 847 students Monday, 24 September 2018 One of the early private higher education institutions Lucy College graduated 538 students in first degree and trained 309 students of 4th rank in different fields of study . Th... More detail
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voluntary services improve interaction among youth and helps to discourage various addiction and waste of time voluntary services improve interaction among youth and helps to discourage various addiction and waste of time Monday, 24 September 2018 Kedir Juhar president in Kebele 07 , is a young volunteered for first time said he love helping others cause It doesn’t require specific nation culture or religion and being huma... More detail

Follow-up and support for fertile seas has been requested in the Natural Resource conservation task

This year’s water and natural resource conservation task in loge odda Gununfeta keble of the wahil cluster  is being carried out in away that could minimize the water shortage problem of the area.

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The dwellers of the lege odda Gununfeta rural Keble pointed that the result they have achieved through the natural resource conservation works in the past 6years has spring beard fort their motivated participation in this year’s conservation task.

They further requested all concerned bodies to forward the necessary support and follow-up at the side of making fertile areas sources of job opportunities for the youths.

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