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Pictures of Development Projects in Eritrea




Pictures of Development Projects in Eritrea

The following images showcases some of the less talked about development projects in Eritrea of late. Keep in mind, there are more projects underway, but due to lack of information, we have to wait a while before we hear or see images of them.

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                                                           (Credit: Tseday)

Newly built library at the Eritrean Institute of Technology in Mai Nefhi. Four laboratories and a master plan campus are also being/going to be constructed as part of an expansion project for the school. Another similar project is also underway at the Hamelmallo Agricultural College in Hamellamo that will feature new laboratories, lecture hall and office complex buildings as part of its expansion.





A high school worth of around 35 million Nakfa has been inaugurated in Sembel district of Asmara on 26 April. According to Mesfun Mehari, from the office of infrastructure in the region, the school has 48 class rooms, 4 laboratory rooms, 3 computers rooms, a meeting hall, library and teachers’ office, and can accommodate 5,000 students.





A mobile tower has been built in the Mai-Aini sub-zone of Eritrea. The citizens of the region now have access to mobile coverage. Hopefully, this is a sign the government is ending its outdated policy of limiting mobile subscriptions to its citizens for shortsighted reasons. Studies show increase in mobile subscribers have higher impact on business productivity and GDP per capita in countries with low levels of penetration levels. For instance, if Eritrea were to increase mobile subscriptions by just 10% (38,000 more), the average yearly growth of GDP per capita would be 1.4 percentage points higher.



                                                (Credit: SOLOMON ABRAHA)

A new hotel worth 15 million Nakfa was inaugurated in Debarwa in early April. The hotel, which is owned by  Petros Gebresilassie, resident of Saudi Arabia, comprises 10 well-furnished rooms, a restaurant serving both foreign and traditional cuisines, cafeteria, hall and others. It has also created job opportunities for 20 nationals with 10 morepotential posts in the future, according to Mr. Tesfom Gebreyesus, hotel manager.




Construction of a cold store near the town of Alebu is 60% complete, according to the Ministry of Information disclosed. When completed, the cold store will have the capacity to stockpile around 2,000 tones of agricultural products such as fish, meat and vegetables. Plans to construct similar projects in Massawa and Adi-Guaedad are slated for the near future, the ministry reported.

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Pictures of Development Projects in Eritrea Reviewed by Admin on 10:10 AM Rating: 5

78 comments:

  1. Where Is Z CruiseJune 8, 2014 at 10:50 AM

    Are we talking about a nation????? OMG, can't just believe it.

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  2. Cry cry my beloved nation..it is sad after 20 years we are talking about 2 plus story hotel and a library as millstone development strides...
    I wonder why eritreans are leaving the country in droves!

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  3. This is just the tip of the iceberg of Eritrea's progress, a progress that continues in spite of the various efforts to derail it. Despite all the obstacles in its way Eritrea continues to progress and develop. The absence of ships carrying food aid in the ports of Eritrea is one of the great testaments of the progress of Eritrea.

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  4. I agree with you Yacob. It is uncountable it is all over the country starting from individual, family and community based micro and macro developments which includes in all sector development.
    I am not an economists, but I know my country very well from west to east from south to north, and I appreciate all progress have been and still on track.

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  5. WhereIs Z CruiseJune 8, 2014 at 4:30 PM

    Are we talking about nation? Omg!

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  6. "WhereIs Z Cruise" refrain from trolling. You're a lot closer to being banned now than ever.

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  7. this is you call development???? what kind lucky gov of Eritrea. when I see the development in Tigray it is significant you can see 3 universty a capacity of above 50,000 student attend that means 2 time the capacity of Sawa but this is Universty not militery camp like Sawa and above 40 college and 300 MW Tekeze hydro power, 120 MW Asheguda wind power electricity this means 4 times the total capacity Eritrea. With all this the people of Tigray not happy with their gov, they are openly criticism the government but in Eritrea...............................

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  8. Perhaps the people of Tigray are more astute than you and know that what you refer to, is nothing more than a pie in the sky, a myth fabricated by those with a vested interest. You pride yourself in having Tekeze but suffer electricity shortages. Have you stopped and considered what the 50000 university students will do once they finish their sub standard education? We believe in quality and not quantity. Your nation is one that peddles the double digit growth fairytale and at the same time raises its begging bowl to catch the scarps thrown to it.

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  9. Dear Madote,
    It's about time to let know this ill wisher that this Eritrean site run by true Eritreans. I don't think that's fair to your regular visitors to put up with his bs on every topic. He needs to be checked from demonize the people of Eritrea and spreading his psychological war on Eritrean's site.

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  10. Aye sami. This is the crux of the matter. First of all, U blood sucking vampires are supposed to work for the WHOLE of Ethiopia and the ethiopian people and not only for your miserable killil and qomalat people. Secondly, everything U´ve built comes from aid money which Eritrea rejects. So let´s sum this up:
    Eritrea builds for the whole population and country without aid money and U build ONLY for yoiur killil with aid money and U´re to tell me, that´s a better model?

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  11. things are relative as you say there is a shortage of electricity but imagine during durg time only 5MW diesel generator in Tigray but now 420 MW hydro and wind power with small amount of running cost but in Eritrea during derg time there is 60 MW diesel generator and now 120 MW diesel generator with high running cost. when we look education it is true there is low quality but during derg time there is no college lets alone university but in Eritrea is different.

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  12. instead of insult same one ask your government to change the life of Eritrean. Any way as European say what ever you do where is the beef.

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  13. If you are happy about things in Tigray good for you. This is an Eritrean forum for Eritreans to discuss Eritrean issues . I personally could not care less if the streets of Tigray or Ethiopia were paved with Gold. Eritrea marches on, regardless of the obstacles put in its way, achieving real tangible goals for the betterment of Eritreans.

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  14. Hi Sami why do you want to compare yourself with Eritrea.I have been to Tigray recently and there is nothing there except the usual dusty roads and prostitution.You call this development?Dinkem alech demekech!!!!and yet most of the Tigrians who resides in Addis and other Ethiopian cities construct the buildings but they don't have any intention to come to Mekele and live.No body.why because there is nothing in Tigray.So don't dare to compare yourself with Eritrea and its people.I am not Eritrean but that is the truth.

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  15. What Eritrea is doing is sustainable progress..keep on going on this way, sure we'll go far..

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  16. I am Eritrean but what i want to say there is not development in Eritrea. Look when I thing about tergaru before they are poor and illiterate than as but after I cross to Tigray it is different the people of Eritrea is much poorer, illiterate than Tegaru and I feel sorry for my country so lets face the truth. if it continue like this finally we are going their servant. by deny the truth you can not change any thing.

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  17. Good y r Eritrean! What surprises me is why don't y appreciate what we have on hand? 'chamaka sane egreka yebahale endyu! Let us be fair please. I am really discouraged when I hear such criticism from our people. Comparing us with whom, why?This leads to envying. Bad habit! If we try to be competent that is what is needed. For everything there is cause and effect. We have to ask what is the root cause and we can minimize our short comings.

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  18. Where Is Z CruiseJune 9, 2014 at 5:50 AM

    Guest, you can't handle different opinion? we must remember this is an open forum, all are given equal space, differences of opinion are part of freedom of speech. I know freedom of speech is not in your dictionary even though you live in a land of freedom of speech. Not a single day I ever wished ill to Eritrea, but I show sympathy to the oppressed toward my people who are suffering in endless national service, suffering in Ethiopian refugee camps, Sinai desert, Libya ans so on. Someone should be soulless not to have sympathy. I have seen the harsh life in Eritrea when I visited the country last year. I don't blame the people who want to get out and try to live the comfortable life you are living. If you were on their shoe, I'm sure you would not say what you are saying now.

    Peace brother!

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  19. Go and stay in Tgray then. We are happy with our hardgained sovereign state and its development brick by brick by the brains and sweat of landsmen unlike Tgray who snatch handouts from here and there and flash with big empty institutions like the "International" Mekele Airport with NO passengers:)

    Who cares about the bloody Tgray afterall.

    You and Where is Z Cruise learn from this discussions or make your move to Tgray if that is pleasant for you guys. One lazy criticer less, is better for Mama ERITREA !

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXC5MscxQaY

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  20. habae kulsulus habae medihanity yibulu abotat. if you are interest to know the root cause you should be know where we are before and where we are now. for my knowledge before 20 years we are in better position in every sector than Ethiopia particularly Tigray . but know every thing is reverse. Why? yes as one Eritrean I want my country is in better position than any other country in the world, But what I wish and what happen very different. Look what Madote tell as about Eritrea development and compered with what going on in Tigray take one example there is one project Welikayit sugar factory it have a capacity of 480,000 tone per year. to build this factory it needs more than $600m and they borrow this money from China. why like this project not happen in our beloved country? we have the man power, land(Gash barka is better than Welikayit area). why?

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  21. Madote,
    What about reading Internet for Dummis before you threaten people with ban which can be bypassed very easily. It's not rocket science to bypass your stupid bans. Don't forget we live in a free world where you and you boss can not contoll everything as you do in Eritrea.

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  22. Even the Bishops of the Catholic Church in Eritrea are feed
    up with the mismanagement of the country. I guess they are Weyane…agame and CIA as well...


    Wake up Eritreans!

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  23. Well said. God bless you. I know they will pull their old tricks of name calling which is childish to me. Instead of defending individual dictators and the regime they should be defending the Eritrean people like you are.

    I guess they want someone to just clap along with them, how they plan to grow as an individual and as a country by not embracing different opinions is beyond me.

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  24. Living in a free world doesn't mean that you have to behave as a savage, be ethic and humble, then change your nick that didn't at all represent your class..improve

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  25. Why don't you say "run by puppets of mad dog".
    True Eritreans are those who think about their people not other way round...

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  26. Madote! There are many which goes beyond trolling. ....ban them first. Nai zerayat aitigbera

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  27. Cane! Once again i would like to say why don't Madote, give warning to those who insult and those which goes beyond insult and trolling? I didn't see Z Cruz insulting people and said stupid things as the other "degefti" used to.
    All in all for me it's they can't handle Z Cruz criticism as PFDJ regime are known for.

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  28. Where Is Z CruiseJune 9, 2014 at 3:58 PM

    Kirkir,

    First of all I would like to tell you I am not an opposition member because of the fact they are not better than the current government we have. Same coin different face.
    Then I would like you to tell me what is development? After that, I would like you to tell me in what sector have we developed? The past 10 years I have been to Eritrea 3 time. The last time was a year ago. As far as I can witness, things are getting worse every day in terms of everything.
    So please tell me where is the development.
    Do you know almost everything you see in Eritrea is built during Italian era. I want you to read Zemihret Yohannes book about how Italians built Eritrea with in short period without high tech equipments.

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  29. Where Is Z cruiseJune 9, 2014 at 4:05 PM

    Rora,

    When the call us Agame, Woyane just we have different opinion, madote never delete their comment. But when we counter them with the same tone to the trolls, madote try to threaten us.

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  30. Where Is Z CruiseJune 9, 2014 at 4:43 PM

    Few words taken from the letter written by Bishops Mengsteab Tesfamariam of Asmara, Tomas Osman of Barentu, Kidane Yeabio of Keren and Feqremariam Hagos of Segeneiti.

    - the country iss "desolate" because so many people had fled or were in prison or the
    - "There is no reason to search for a country of honey if you are in one."
    - There was no-one left to look after the elderly.
    - "all those who are arrested should first be handled humanely and sympathetically" and then be presented to court for trial.

    This is what I call facing danger without fear.
    I am very proud of these Bishops. It is about time someone with guts stand up for his people.
    GOD BLESS YOU!

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  31. Sami you might be right, only because of, as the saying in your masters language which you have perfected goes like " b'Eworoch ager aand ayn birq new".
    We have seen tigray superficial development, you braged about 3 universicity educating 50,000 and you still comparing to Sawa,(a little info Sawa is not a Univrsty nor is it exclusivley military training) -by the way your feeders have tried to bomb it failed and tried to close it after the war but misearably failed; and for the Electric power were lets leave it at that because it is I failed to see any lights all I hear is balck outs.
    As for Tigray expressing thier happiness, well again ask ARENA party and TPDM.

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  32. Sami for waht ever reason you are their servant! why do you argue about some one elses case instead of your case; if so bring beefy argument instead of stupid argument but he case is you are truely brain washed by Tigray made SHIMTI and fed with fat Queenti, all you have to is regurgitateyour bosses words.

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  33. Eritrea has exhibited one of the fastest economic growth and poverty reduction in the world. Several factors underpinned these improvements-First pragmatic leadership. Second a wide reaching network of infrastructure that enables efficient and effective implementation of economic reform policies. Third equitable land reform with targeted investment in agriculture brought significant increases in agriculture yields and poverty reduction in rural areas. Eritrea has been able to sustain this progress for the last 23 years, thanks to the effective adoption of self-reliance.

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  34. Sami you see you are an artificial Eritrean; Again forget me, I am not enlightinging you but let me quate you a simple saying to thickle your dead brain, again it is your masters saying "Enqulal qes bqes begru yhedal" or now, you are so westernaised let me give you a western saying "Rome was not build in a day"
    As things were better during the dergue or after dergue, well for those sacker Eritreans it was a wonderfull life but for true Eritrean it was a hellish experience, where our livleyhood was oblitrated by your friends in the south of our border.

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  35. Cruzie you trying very hard please cary on but let me ask you where did you go and tell me exactly what you saw and I can confirm your point of view; but having seen you preivieuse comments you are a woyane Chameleon that changed it colour to siuit every event; take a look at your comments for one topic you bring about hundreds of confusing issues, stick to one topic don't meddle (your typical charachter) with other topics or unless you have an ultrioir motive, which is evident to see.

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  36. Did I hear you say....

    You are not an opposition's member?


    What should we call your defaming EVERYTHING ERITREAN PEOPLE / GOVERNMENT ACCOMPLISHED SOFART? Do you understand your smear words are inapproprate? Your actions do are tantamount to those you call "not better". If you could just see yourself in a mirror and tell yourself, that you are NOT either.


    Kem Hade shermuta sebAy, neta Qal-Kidanu ms wushima koynu zHamiya, Ewala ikha nisikha, rockhead!

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  37. You support the bunch of criminal smugglers, who arranged all the suffering of our sons and daughters? They are crying to skip Eritrean people's verdict. It is crystal clear that you one of the type.

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  38. smuggling your whole village to hell is "thinking" of them?

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  39. ""habae kulsulus habae medihanity yibulu abotat""



    ha ha ha ha NEVER HEARED SUCH fasiH agametay EVER ! LOL

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  40. The web would have its respected policy terms, if anyone didn't abide to that the Admin have all rights to react as a consequence..As I told you in many occasions, I my self try to learn and to be rational even when i read something out of any reality prone to tarnish the Eritrean way of doing that some guys who have a hidden agenda and puppets of the minor regime in ethiopia and their masters. I guess we don't have nothing to learn an added value that comes from this "trolls" except hear their false statements and rubbish comments. When a criticism is constructive is welcome. That is a sign of evolution.

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  41. Where Is Z CruiseJune 10, 2014 at 5:46 AM

    Kem Hade shermuta sebAy, neta Qal-Kidanu ms wushima koynu zHamiya, Ewala ikha nisikha, rockhead!

    Are you talking of the high ranking people in the millitary and government??
    Let me give you an ex. Wedi Habtesilus (Leul Gebreabs ex husband) - how many kids does he have from different girls in Sawa. I bet he was talking shit about his wife with those girls.

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  42. MadoteEritrea how mach is the cost of Construction of a cold store?
    if have any clu cus someone was saying 300 million USD

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  43. The truth of the matter is the Kebessa Christians are the ones fleeing. The Muslims in the lowlands may go to Sudan for a month or two for work but they all come back and open businesses with their earnings. The future is with them not from the whining Christians and especially not from bishops who take orders from child molesters.

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  44. What about the defectors and traitors like you?

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  45. I would say to you the same as WaEro:
    You are Kem Hade shermuta sebAy, neta Qal-Kidanu ms wushima koynu zHamiya, Ewala ikha nisikha, rockhead!
    Why do you mention people who are not with you?
    Stop doing that! It is not politics it is personal life issue. There are a lot of people doing worse in regard to personal issues in the world we are living in. You may be one of the hunters running after women. Some who do same things reflects it anyway. The same with your friend Rora too.

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  46. What you say is truth. Kebessa and specially from one part of the country fleeing in hundreds of numbers. In tgray we are happy to welcome them all from the border. But the rest is history kikikiki

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  47. Zeragi:


    Catholic Bishops criticizing living standard in Eritrea, Are they Agame and traitors as well?


    We are Eritreans concerned with the wrong directions of our country.

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  48. They made our self-reliant young, stand online for Caritas leftovers in Italy. Who would wish the ugly life the youngsters live spread allover, except the smugglers and who? time will tell.

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  49. Where Is Z CruiseJune 10, 2014 at 12:15 PM

    You should ask that question to yourself. When me, Rora or others like us talk about ideas, problems, issues about Eritrea, yourlikes jump and and talk about personal life issues. Agame, woyane, derg, .....
    That is when you dont have any valid point to counter argue, you say such words. Dont expect me to be quite when you throw me such words.

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  50. You are an evil character who enjoy making fun of everything. You are born negative and you will someday endup ugly end, Son of a gun !

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  51. Eritrean:

    Blaming others but ourselves has become the norm in Eritrea. Blaming Agame, CIA, UN, AU and others for our own failure is dirty politics invented by DIA. As to smugglers, indeed time will tell. The government of Eritrea is doing the right thing by asking for an investigation at the UN level, but you have to understand that we, our country Eritrea, is so low in the diplomacy world no one wants to listen to what we have to say.

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  52. Good point for a change, and really nice you quated the Mhret. With no modern equipment, the italians built you say is the only visible construction in Eritrea. Good, one it tells you it was built by Eritrean manpower, not caterpiller, and two it was built in a short period of time, so the Mhret, you might not understand but is telling you, in no time Eritrea will build all that Eritrea needs. PIA said something about a "white elephant" and this too might skip you but take your time.

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  53. Where Is Z CruiseJune 10, 2014 at 7:52 PM

    Forto Sawa, most of our grandfathers passed away, our fathers are close to retirement age or in retirement. Hmmm who is left in Eritrea today?? You and i know the answer to that. Over 3000 young people are on the run every month and do the simple math to figure out how many have abandoned the country the past 10 years. The next question is why are those people running??
    The next next question is why have you run? Why are you living in western country?
    Forto Sawa please cut that shit! I see every day many HGDEF supporters smuggles their brothers and relatives out of Eritrea.
    If people have decent living condition in their country (I am talking about Eritreans), they wouldn't run away. The second Eritrea is run under constitution where every one is equal under the law, I will pack my bags and move there. I am confident I am able to do a lot of things there.

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  54. Where Is X VruiseJune 10, 2014 at 7:57 PM

    Are you talking to kirkir or forto Suwa ?
    Since when is demanding constitution, justice, rule of law, accountability... Become negative?

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  55. Where Is Z CruiseJune 10, 2014 at 7:59 PM

    Now the HGDEF trolls start attacking the catholic bishops.

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  56. Kid, lemani wahid. We are proud of OUR development, done by OUR own MEANS and OUR hands. Beggar

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  57. You are right the old are dying and those that are old and retired are sitting ideal, and the 3000 a month was indeed revised after the opportunist realized a 1000 a day for the past twelve years in a row will put those leaving Eritrea way out number that are In Eritrea, that is out of a ~5mil Eritreans ~3mil would have left, so though they realized they were not talking about Ethiopia with 90+mil people. Doing the math will leave us with only 500000 and some so by your own logic there is indeed no need for those question you are raising.

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  58. Where Is Z CruiseJune 11, 2014 at 8:59 AM

    ̈Doing the math will leave us with only 500000̈
    ONLY??????
    Well let me break it down for you. Lets say 0,5% of those 500,000 were in medical fields, and by doing the simple math, 2500 in medical fields have abandoned the country.
    Again let’s say another 1% out the 500,000 in technical and engineering fields left the country, and that means 5000 people in technical field have left the country. The list could go on. Even if the farmers leave the country, it is a big impact to the economical and stability of the country. It takes years to produce a doctor or engineer. So now tell me who is going to build the country if you don’t have human capital. The root cause of all of these is there is no rule of law, justice, constitution, freedom to live under constitution…..

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  59. Where its glaring lights have blinded you, otherwise its a legit question in context. By the way the 500000+ i mentioned above are armed and capable, that is EDF, if you catch my drift. As far as living in the west is concerned why long to leave it? Aren't you content and enjoying a constitutionally operated system? Why go to a place that lacks it? If you ask me its a contradiction, just as the system you defend and advocate for, which is founded and perpetuated by exploiting the poor and the disadvantaged. Eritrea refused to accept the norm and knows its riches both in resources and human capital. So learn from can do people, y'KaAlo will move a mountain if it obstracts his view. Be kem ayatat'ka ata MtRus!

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  60. A new hotel at debarwa is a sign of development ? The hotel costs 15:000:000 nackfa. if 100 euro is 7000 nacfa. How mush is 15:000:000 nacfa in euros ? kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk My lexus car is worth 42.000 euro and that is 29400000 nacfa. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk i euro is about 70 nackfa kkkkkkkkkk

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  61. A new hotel at debarwa is a sign of development ? The hotel costs
    15:000:000 nackfa. if 100 euro is 7000 nacfa. How mush is 15:000:000
    nacfa in euros ? kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk My lexus car is worth 42.000
    euro and that is 29400000 nacfa. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk i euro is about 70
    nackfa

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  62. If you are driving a 42,000 Euro Lexus good luck to you. But judging by your mathematical ability I doubt it very much. You see 42,000 *70 = 2.94 million and not 29.4 million. Perhaps you should get your facts right before you start blabbering rubbish.

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  63. The woyane having ignored International law, think they can do the same in the world of Mathematics. No wonder their economy is 'growing' at such a rate as they are using woyanematics rather mathematics.

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  64. Grow up big baby!
    Who is interested about your car? Attention seeker! go hell with your falsified car. Are you engaged in black market activities? Your value for exchanging rate of nakfa is based on black market value not government exchange rate.

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  65. Catholic Bishops do have identity card, they are supposed to serve in any country without identity card. but they are members of the Vatican state.
    I really don't understand why they are engaging in such a dirty job? instead of spiritually duties, acting on behalf of woyane and CIA.

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  66. Where Is Z CruiseJune 11, 2014 at 12:16 PM

    You still didnt answer the question I aske you. Insulting me is a sign of weakness because you don't have to insult people even when you don't agree with them

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  67. WIZC, THE MtRus was for WIXV but if the shoes fits....they say, i think you jumped the gun yet again; your centile break down only re-inforces my point: Eritrea is left with only 500k and they are all EDF ARMED TO THE TEETH SO IF THEY CHOSE OTHERWISE THEY DONT NEED YOU TO CRY FOR THEM ARGENTINA!
    Happy world cupping to you anyways I am for Brazil. I am putting this so Argentina does not throw you off.

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  68. Where Is Z CruiseJune 11, 2014 at 5:36 PM

    I could see what they are choosing , running to the neigboure countries. I don't blame they are taking that route btw. It is because of people like you "lekbattat". Why should they risk their life for people like you?? Your likes are backstabbers and cowards.
    Enjoy the game, but your brothers over there have no right to enjoy the World Cup. They are drinking and breaking sand in Eritrea for the slave pocket money all over the places. If you had a soul, you should cry for them. Haddami!

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  69. I love it when you call me....but then again you have a personality split into so many, its really hard for you to keep track of what you posted prior, i did not and will not, but no one in the world enjoys soccer as we Eritreans do, be it world cup or EPLF. Here the "F" is for football... wicz.

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  70. Where Is Z CruiseJune 11, 2014 at 6:54 PM

    Sekit.. World world aytbel , world minim aytfeltan ika. I don't think you been out of the hood you living in. Btw where are the Eritrean football players kkkkkk

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  71. There is a difference between the people and the gov't, though. The gov't isn't for the people, it's for the people for the building the gov't.

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  72. It's not a matter of religion, if anything it's a matter or region. People are leaving simply because of conditions. If there's no water where you live, you better go and find some.

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  73. They are? Their concerned with the livelihood of eritreans, and if you're opposing that then what else could I say.

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  74. kkkkkkkk.....laughing case.

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  75. Snit, the line you are answering to i think is " why go to a place that lacks it?", which does not say anything about being comfortable, however, comfort is just like beauty, its in the eyes of the beholder. Hypocracy on the other hand is a totally different matter. Wherever you live you can be hypocrat in this case even you.

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  76. if this is a joke it is ok, but development projects shown are very miniscule and not really considered development projects by today's standards, a hotel in dibarwa you must be joking....it is laughable..

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  77. Yacob do not forget that people like fihira work in the parking lots and they say they are doctors or engeeners when they go back home. The Lexus that fihira talks about is a car that is always parked in the parking lot where he works. By seeing it a lot he convinced him self that he owns it. Poor dreamer.

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