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  • In unprecedented move Ethiopia is prepared to demand Isaias Afeworki to leave Eritrea

    With patience running thin the Ethiopian government is almost at a decision point to demand the removal of Isaias Afeworki from power. Sources familiar with the issue told Aigaforum the government  has floated the idea to key western nations as a comprehensive plan for the horn of africa region. The Ethiopian government has informed many western nations that if Isaias Afewroki is not removed from power there will be war and Ethiopia will defend vigorously.

     

    The issue of Isaias Afewroki's removal from power gained momentum over the last few weeks with Al- Shabaab deadly attempt to overrun Ethiopia's AMSOM military camp in Somalia. However, our sources told us the recent clash between Eritrea and Ethiopia  in Tserona Northern Tigrai region may have given the proposal more ammunition. 

    It is unclear if western nations will support the idea but the EPRDF government is not new to such diplomatic undertaking. The once strong military man Col Mengstu Hailemariam was removed from power  and sent to Zimbabwe  when the then rebel EPRDF fighters  encircled Addis Ababa. The late PM Meles Zenawi who was chairman of the EPRDF negotiated Mengsitu departure in London. Our sources told us it is highly possible the American and British  government will support the plan to avoid bloodshed. The sooner Isaias Afeworki packs and leaves Eritrea the less casualty on the Eritrean people.

    If war breaks out, Ethiopia is on the record,  that it will make sure this will be the last war. Our sources told us this means the war will be a war of attrition and it is such scenario Ethiopia is trying to avoid and convince key western nations to go along with the plan. Recently President Abay Woldu from Tigrai the region that is mostly affected by the no war no peace policy of the Ethiopian government  said to residents of Adwa town, that Ethiopia is planning to bring to an end the conflict with Eritrea  soon. He said either peacefully or otherwise this conflict will come to an end sooner than many think. 

    It is not clear if Isaias Afeworki will accept such demand but our sources told us even if he does not accept such demand it will have  a huge impact on the Eritreans and its defense forces.  Many in the government of Ethiopia are convinced the Eritrean army may rebel against Isaias Afeworki and if they are convinced about Ethiopia's disinterest of overrunning Eritrea then they may reform and establish a government of their own that is willing to live in peace with its neighbors.

    Source: http://aigaforum.com/article2016/demand-for-isaias-to-leave-eritrea.htm

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  • The world top 10 countries business ladies

    Most people plan holidays with a variety of fun activities in mind, from sight seeing to sampling exotic food to absorbing some culture at local museums. However, playing it safe and engaging in family fun isn’t everyone’s cup of tea: some people are looking for more of a thrill. Sex tourism, in which the main goal of a trip is to engage in seksual activity, often with pr0stitutes, is a booming global industry. Most clients involved in sek$ tourism are men, while a majority of the sex workers are women. Although, female sex tourism exists in smaller numbers. Sek$ tourism is an industry worth billions of dollars that is estimated to have millions of sek$ workers involved worldwide, and the practice can be legal or illegal, depending on regional laws, whether the activity is consensual, and whether children or sek$ trafficking are involved. Below are some of the top destinations in the world for sek$ tourism: prostitution is legal in some, but not in all of the countries listed.

    10. Dominican Republic


    9. Cambodia


    8. The Netherlands


    7. Kenya


    6. The Philippines


    5. Colombia


    4. Indonesia


    3. Spain


    2. Brazil

     

    1. Thailand

     

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  • KENYAN WOMEN PROTEST LACK OF MEN TO MAKE THEM PREGNANT

    KENYAN WOMEN PROTEST LACK OF MEN TO MAKE THEM PREGNANT

     

    Women in Kenya, Ndeiya ward say their drunkard husbands are unable to sire children and they may look elsewhere for sober bedmates. The women who are from Ndeiya ward, said instead of minding the home-front to allow babies come, their husbands prefer to leave the house to drink alcohol all day.

    Speaking during a peaceful protest at Thigio shopping centre on, the demonstrators said younger women are the worst affected as they are “unproductive”


    “If you walk in this village, you will find so many young married women, but only a few are pregnant. Those who are not are suffering in silence because their men cannot perform,” resident Nancy Wangare said.
    She said men have been drinking anything alcoholic to keep them high, but society bears the consequences of sexual dysfunction.

    “It would not be a wonder if we start looking for men to sire our children. Our husbands will not know anything. We will trick them that the pregnancies are theirs and they will support us,” Wangari said. The 32-year-old mother of one separated from her husband four years ago.

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