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Asmara Housing Project Pictorial Update





Asmara Housing Project Pictorial Update 

The 2013 Asmara Housing Project is a pilot project that is being developed in Sembel, Halibet and Space 2001 districts of Asmara. The multi million dollar project is being financed by the Housing and Commerce Bank of Eritrea, and will consist of 1,680 modern homes and shops (1,048 apartments, 376 residential houses and 256 buildings for businesses).

According to President Isaias Afwerki, the pilot project is a "precursor of a comprehensive urban and rural national housing scheme for the years to come." Similar housing projects will be built in Massawa, Mendefera, Keren, Assab, and Aligeder (west of Teseney).

The following are images of new apartment buildings being developed in the Space 2001 district of Asmara.


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3D Render of how one block of the project will look like:



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87 comments:

  1. Edeme lesetewe gena bezu yayale!

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  2. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk we saw these pictures two years ago.kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk higdef sereqti. how can they build house without water and electricity and man power?

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  3. AwetNehafash bjeka serfi kalie aytfeltin dika. Kulu biaka Agame eyu fly zbele hasab enteamsieu.

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  4. Please do not call Eritrean agame focus and be realistic

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  5. It's absolutely wrong to call people agame if they disagree with you . Even our government do not call people bad names . It's good to be open minded .

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  6. As we have a big housing problem in our home land, it will be a necessity to finish in a due time the pilot project, meanwhile the skilled Eritrean will get used to the new technology.

    Ajona dai..

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  7. Could you please explain to me and my fellow Eritrean about the first round(1999) and second round (2004) housing construction in Asmar stopped . Why indefinitely stopped

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  8. Almaz look Asmellash berhe said Hgdef sereqti is that right thing to say how comes you didnt say anything to him

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  9. Nice, when this get completed, i hope the government build six storey/floor or more buildings all over the city, cuz condominiums buildings doesn't take too much space. Asmara will be flooded with modern buildings.:)

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  10. He is wrong !!! EPLF brought eritrean independence !!! Should be given respect and credit . What I was trying to say is that do not call each other agame that's all !! I do love you as my Eritrean brother .

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  11. Asmelash so go to bed, because you think there s no water and electricity. in Eritrea ther is water more than any other place. The diga water is ok for construction. electricity priority is given to projects, and mor energy is available ( oil, gas ) in the country. So graders, construction and building machinery need oil. Electricity is also available for big projects, that is why some energy is used in more needed areas.

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  12. Haaaaaa
    I know man. Such news and pictures are for consumption for it's tegotetiti supporters like Alec.

    Indeed serekiti HGDEF

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  13. Eritrea netsa miswetset eqo ayatewon sahl eyou Zelo

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  14. Electricity is not a privilege any more it's any governments responsiblity to provide to there citizens . Please do not mislead yourself .

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  15. I happen to have an inside info on the. Housing construction process that Is occurring right now.

    My friend spent a year in eritrea working for segen construction company, he told me that they are building at a minimal pace for two reasons.

    They had a hard time acquiring the material due to the fact that ethiopia tried to use its IGAD influence to block eritrea from getting material. Eritrea solved it by going to sudan and expand the gedem cement factory.

    When that got solved, they had a hard time dealing with the Italians, who is having a hard time being in the country because they are afraid of having their reputation tarnished by dealing with the PFDJ. They constantly changed the demands and every time the tried to change something for various reasons the production halted.

    Recently, the Italian firm wanted to pay their eritrean construction workers a minimum wage of international standard (i think it was 3 dollars per working day or something because eritrea is a member the international labour association)
    That wage is extremely high by eritrean standards and the government refused for the simple reason that this will lead to chaos in the labour market. Not only that, everybody would stop trying to educate themselves and instead try to become an construction worker. This disagreement also lead to a production halt temporarily.

    To summarize the process according to my friend, it starts and it stops, sometimes due to beauracracy sometimes due to incompetence from both the Italians and Eritreans and also due to mistrust between the government and the foreigners.

    This can not be confirmed by any sources, it's up to you to believe.

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  16. My fellow Eritrean brother, with all due respect , electricity should be available for all Eritrean . Your opinion dosen't reflects our governement's policy . " for big projects only" wrong idea .

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  17. still ur saying ma name. hahahaha

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  18. Kkkkk I saw this pic 2 years ago ...lol ayee misken ..if it's true why don't u put it in YouTube so everybody can see it ??? Ya I know it's fake as fuck ...kkkkkk Kim Jong is the best man for sing-a-poor ..he is proudly disttroying those Askari ....

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  19. Hhahahahhahanan u pussy injoy with ur shabia dick ..ye shermuta lij mofucker ..

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  20. Are you real? Eritrean brother? Agame indeed; leqbat wahd! Ayda, aida, is a name for a female, almaz on the other hand goes both ways; gual/wedi hailu.

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  21. Brother, yes indeed the smell of success is in all of Eritrea's air; hard work does really pay-off. As you are well aware we are not pressed for space and the aesthetic appeal of building horizontal is what makes our many cities, including Asmara unique and beautiful.
    However, if the need arises we shall build mindfully and organic and we shall exploit the massive and breathtaking 1200 kilo metre long Red Sea coast along with the many and equally astounding islands.
    I see the condos and the skyscrapers of the future coastal landscapes of Eritrea in a cascading and water fall like fashion, so that no single window will be denied a magnificent view of our blood,sweat, tears and joy:The Red Sea. The Red Sea is Eritrea and we are the Red Sea!
    Eat Sea food its good for you!

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  22. አታ መልሲ ኣብኣ ኣላ. we have housing problem and need solution. using advanced new technology..fast one..

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  23. Then sis. almaz, regarding timing you can ask also during "akieba nay hezbi" to the council were you live Hakey?

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  24. And you enjoy your aid agame before it finished

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  25. Am honderd procent sure your agame/Ethiopia to. Your people are everywhere

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  26. cane libro. you are really a mad stupuid higdef dog. How can you expect to see houses in asmara when the government is struggling to survive. In asmera these days there is no enough drinking water, electricity and the youth is fleeing the country in hordes. So, how can you expect houses ? I think you are either crazy or retarded.

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  27. Almaz please , you need to understands the state of Eritrea circumstance as a new nation who is trying to build everything from the ground up. You may sound naive but who knows if you are pretending to be one , if you are indeed eritrean please go and see for yourself instead of asking questions on the cyber world . Go check and see for yourself . Eritrea is doing everything possible to elevate our peoples livelihood . Be part of the solution than the problem. We paid dearly to be where we are and don't defend any damn agame for who they are.

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  28. Cane Libero does not get it bro. If a government can't even provide the basics such as water and electricity, the dogs of HGDEF supporters are buying into the white lies of the regime of building houses.

    1. Did you know in Asmara if there is a crime and you want the police to come you have to send them a car/ride.
    2. Did you know the exchange rate is at it's highest ever $1=56nkf.
    3. If the electric goes off in the middle of surgery at the hospitals did you know the patients are told to bring fuel for the generators.
    These are a few of the many disastrous that are taking place in our country.

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  29. Asaferom, yes i'm a stupid higdef dog, "i like it", but see you're worse, how you write to a stupid dog? Kab kullus afka entetzriyo aymehashen?

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  30. similarly happened to my uncle there was a fight between neighbors in his area hadish adi they called to the nearest police station but the police officer ask them to bring a car.
    i laughed my loud then i realized its bad situation happening in our country and i got jealous of the country am living....

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  31. Keep insulting Can libro or any member on here and you'll be banned. This is your last warning.

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  32. don't worry almaz its their habit and them they are agame

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  33. educate yourself bro and try to change ur life!

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  34. agAzi,, intay terifu nisikha zeyeg'Azkayo? intay ke alo nsikha zeyega'Ezekhayo ? LOL

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  35. Isn't it sad brother? So much for their Jeharaas....unfortunately the supporters are full of excuses and for such issues they will probably blame the agames....Weyane... CIA.. Etc

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  36. full of excuses? who in their right mind say "3. If the electric goes off in the middle of surgery at the hospitals did you know the patients are told to bring fuel for the generators" wake up man we are Eritreans we will prevail you like it or not. and BTW if you consider yourself Eritrean don't insult people's intelligence, argue facts not childish comments such as yours, dumb ass!

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  37. kondaf we kondaf....you must be disorientated with all the pictures tof development out Eritrea..I don't blame you. when one is as jealous as you, you wouldn't get it even if given in the form of a drip..let alone pictures. Eritrea is marching...tirah Ni tigrai giber sika...aytisheger biana.

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  38. you were born in Masawa or Assab when you mum was a prostitute there...so you have some affinity and relatedness with Eritreans...may be your father is Eritrean...but you wouldn't know him...too bad move on with life....now you use foul language..BTW i found your comment confusing were trying to say wanker! lol

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  39. In Asmara there is no crime to need a structured police..The safety you have in Eritrea i don't know where you get it in the world..very few places...
    While i had experience to know about "majrat mechi" in addis at day light, gangs in nairobi, same in lagos ect. Eritrean society doesn't need a police at all.

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  40. This is yr wish! I won't be surprised even if this happens. I have enjoyed what peace and freedom are in my country three years without electricity, running water and toilet. Y used the same tactic in the past that y used to say that a given person is wanted by a police or gov't and when that guy left his country 'beje azur' y own his property. The same method was used in Ethiopia recently. Y sent out innocent Eritreans at the middle of the night with his her pajamas. First agitate the Tgrians to control Eritreans. When all yr 'wetemed' is ready y started deporting Eritreans. At the first round y sent the rich people in the name of 'hegdef' members. It didn't take y time to go and loot their store, their house and their property. I could give names of the rich people what happened to them. Some of them are still alive. After that y went down and sent almost all and from the rich to the poor i.e every innocent people were looted. Here not only Tigryans that looted from every part of Ethiopia. The same way y agitated innocent young Eritreans to leave the country and started exercising what y said above. I don't blame y anymore. I blame us who don't look back and see. When we stood one we were able to get our independence. Hence, no body accused after two years referendum. Then, no awraja difference, no age difference, no religion difference etc. Why now? Unless we are alert of situations the result is 'tatebo cheke'.

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  41. My above comment is supporting PROUD against MOON!

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  42. But wait moon, if you attribute the term serekti to HGDEF, who you support then? Don't tell me those:
    - burn their brothers/sisters community house in sweden.
    - vandalize our community in Oakland.
    - vandalize our embassies.
    - who insult our mothers/sisters (in tegrigna we say sebeytay who touches women by tradition)


    Western polices and tribunals called those you support "criminals".
    If I were in you i would rather pay attention on selecting people cause is still valid the proverb "mes men kemtekeyed negereni men mequanka kenegreka" or (dehri adghi zekedes tràt adghi lemede).
    selemat muna.

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  43. Our society is disciplined that is part of our culture but fore you to say we don't need police is you just simply not in-touch with the Eritrea of today.

    If you are a father or mother desperation will force you to do whatever you need to do to feed your children including stealing. That is what's happening in Eritrea. People are feed up with military life and they want live normal life like you and I.

    Brother wish upon your people what you have.

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  44. HGDEF are serekiti because there is no accountability brother. We are told the mine industry is booming Eritrea, as a citizen don't you asking how that money is spent? Doesn't the government have an obligation to you as a citizen to tell you how it's spent.

    As to who I support...I support anyone who works/leads in the best interest of the Eritrean people. If you think I support the opposition (if there is such) you dead wrong.

    As to the vandalize of Eritrean community....I know people are frustrated but what happen I completely oppose it. It was wrong. Having said that there are a lot of Eritreans that are frustrated and sooner or later it will blow.

    There are bright young Eritreans in the country. They should be in powered to lead. What we have in Eritrea is the same of same leaders who have rutted in power for way to long.

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  45. My friend , I did ask several times , the embassy of eritrea should post on their web site that was my suggestion . Am not taking about my house only constructions is a huge bussiness do your own independent research .

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  46. Moon to call you rational as a person, just believe that Eritrean people are doing better.
    - It's the only country to refuse Aid. (self reliance)
    - It's the only country to give high free education. (up grades are on process, see last visit High state delegation of Eritrea to Finland)
    - Now the country have everywhere dam's. (food security guarantee).
    - Health is the sector were the GoE success (are not my words, it's the fact). In the late 1996 i was working in Dankalia around Erafaile about 105 km southward to Massawa, there was a hospital, school operating.
    Last year i was in Eritrea, i saw with my eyes all the above points. For my point of view this is evidence were the money are addressed.
    As an average educated person, rationale, honest, i agree with the GoE way of doing in his struggle toward victory.

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  47. Then Moon don't forget that in EU in general, the far right wing is about to get position, you know what i mean? When you're a foreigner (host, refugee or what so ever), you need to go strait. Vandalizing public assets, is a crime and you could face trail and be expelled. Where? God save.

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  48. I have a family over there, what you mean? Haftey, addey, kelewani? Dahar te egesti yedeli iyu dear Almaz. Rahwan habten, helfeten kes ilu iyu zemetseh..Ane entay yefelet, Roma eza neneberela ketema, 2000 amet iyu wesidulla neketserah..
    Ajoki peace.

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  49. Peace for you and your family as well .

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  50. I know what you are saying!!!!!!! To tell you the truth am in between crazy and retarded!! I refused to accept reality , that's all !!
    Stay strong.

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  51. On this day i would like to wish the scottish people and government happy independence!!
    Now you are truly scott-free!

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  52. It is sad, weyane is doing the harm than the good, the Tigray people are doing all the dirty job for TPLF , they luck a vision to see far , because after all this dust they spewing settle down , we will still be neighbors. And that's is not a good legacy to pass it to your children ? Because if we can learn something from Indian and Pakistan or Nigeria and Cameroon or palatine and Israel , wherever you left it of that's where your children will picked it up . So all people of Tigray pls this day will pass and we Eritreans will come out on the top , and your blurry vision will hunt you for the rest of your life . You will be put where you belong , in the dog house

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  53. I know bro, its amazing, The Red Sea great unspoiled tropical paradise. , Eritrea's more than 350 islands have been described as the world's last unspoiled tropical paradise. it will be flooded with tourist, great for scuba-diving, fishing and other water sports. And I love sea food man its ma fave.!

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  54. Eritrea! its amazing!!!

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  55. oh u bitch still mumbling for ur pimp's(moon) behalf. Ala Agame adgi. hahaha....

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  56. This is another mockery of the con artist and impostor to keep the brainless poodles, like yourself, in leash in perpetuity; otherwise, in a country where its people have been fleeing in droves for the last ten years cannot have shortages in housing.
    Am I exaggerating by characterizing you as a brainless poodle? Absolutely, not. Here are the reason:
    The Eritrean people fought the imperialists' proxy, amhara invaders, and despite the tremendous enormity of the odds against them, after Thirty Years of gruesome bloody battle, liberated their country in 1991.
    Over that long and bitter struggle, hundreds of thousand Eritreans fighters as well as none fighters lost their lives, not to mention the incalculable property destroyed and the degradation of ecology system of our country undergone.
    The days and nights celebration our people staged everywhere, in their country as well as outside, in the aftermath of the military victory, can be taken as a measure of their expectation of bright future ahead.
    Back then, our people, myself included, never thought that there was an enemy within, the con artist and impostor, isaias afewerqi, who has secretly been preparing throughout his life with EPLF to turn our victory to the ashes for his ulterior motive.
    Admittedly, ELF leadership had early and rightly branded him an agent of CIA and Ethiopia. Unfortunately, many, again myself included, shrugged it off as self-serving and pure vendetta. Worst still was the EPLFs' long and sustained apathy and indifference to his

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  57. "Their Jeharaas" so "their" is your fellow Eritreans whom you disagree with, but "probably blame the agames...weyane.... CIA..Etc" us is you and the three ( actually one and the same) usual suspects you dropped to disqualify the fact that Eritreans blame the Tigraians for their own fault.

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  58. ELF good intentions but they had pure evil vendetta. Jebha is the one that tried to divided the people against themselves by tribalism, regionalism, and religious and tried to make Eritrea an Arab state. jebha (a'ma) what ever u call ur selves this days is the one with self-serving and pure evil vendetta.

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  59. I must admit when I read your mushroom cloud (remember Colin Powell) writing full of emotional dishonesty, I thought it was a response to a political article, but it is about progress on the housing project in Asmara. Seriously? Could you at least hide your hate towards ERITREA a little bit and direct Your argument at a proper article. Every Eritrean knows the truth because we live it and lived it. We all have families at home and some go frequently. We know the good and bad back home. You can make up stories and tell me what is going on In Eritrea till your face is blue but you can't convince me because I know it.

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  60. Is it just amazing!?, thatis what we are talking about.
    The likes of mr. Meconnen are unashamedly being bashful and disgruntled, the camel steadily marches on!
    Throw him a squide oyster crap or octopus Its havervest time a celebration of 'des des'
    At the Red Sea along with the many islands!

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  61. So my question is Mr.,Mrs or Ayto; why are you on madote.com ,investing your time and energy, to a site which you claim is making up stories and using a picture from a year ago?

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  62. Warn and shoot! This is real business and thanks.

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  63. Very good, a 4 dollar worth post, you will get rich very soon. Say hi and thanks to Weyane.

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  64. Did you say Hadish Adi? Tell your uncle to relocate and live in Addi Grat or Addis where he can find police at each corner.

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  65. Take it from an honest supporter, the Weyane, CIA, the Agames, the Djiboutis, the NED, the UNSC, Rice etc, etc. they are our loveable brothers, we know that they love us and want or success and prosperity.

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  66. Bro, it been said- the camel keep going while the dogs bark. so man let the bark.

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  67. hahaha, good one man.

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  68. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bflNF2Ii6YU

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  69. So, how is liven with foreign welfare? well, i see its creating a mind set of a slave, u cant even see when some people create something good with their own hand. so, its been said there is no hope for a proud slave like u.

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  70. keep hating bitches u fear in time it will be great.

    “In time we hate that which we often fear.”
    ― William Shakespeare

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  71. If he was an CAI agent, then why CAI didn't help the Eritrea's cause against ethiopia? and how he could be an agent of ethiopia when he was fighting against her?
    Don't you see the contradiction?

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  72. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkjBRte7kQQ

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  73. Moon since when did you become Eritrean? wishful thinking or day dreaming!!!!
    Wey Deqi tigray sometimes they are white people, Amhara people, Eritrean people, what an inferiority complex society we have south of the border!!!

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  74. Wedi awate is that what your mum told you for your bed time story?

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  75. Another Ethiopian pretending to be Eritrea..We know that there is no water in Ethiopia because foreign companies has polluted lake and river. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=XTPC-MXP9vo#t=13

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  76. So, is this supposed to be something Agame boy?

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  77. 2te sheAte teHatsebi LOL

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  78. I have heard about of a charismatic leader of Burkina Faso, called Thomas Sankara (great leader) who in a period of his government, ordered that the public official would use as transport means bike. At a first glance to a superficial mentality might look like nonsense.
    The decision wasn't only economic, but healthy, normally african leaders except those Eritreans their belly is a bit big due to laziness.

    Hope you get z point..

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  79. From cursory observation, your problem seems to lie in your inability to differentiate between the con artist isaias afewerqi and the Eritrean people. But I think it is a lot deeper than that.
    Probably, you may not know it but every person born does not necessarily have his/her intelligence developed to a conceptual level; some unfortunate people, like you, stay at the concrete stage, perceptual level, for ever, becoming throughout their lives victims of evil minded people, like the con artist, isasias.
    Had you been so intellectually gifted, you would have realized yourself that evil people like isaias afewerqi do mix for a long time with people whom they wanted to harm as wolves in sheep skin do. As a matter of fact, the proverb perfectly implies that such con artists have been prevalent in the past.
    What would the con artist have done had he not been an impostor?
    In short, he would have done the revers of what he has been doing, such as, making himself the role model of living under a Constitutional Law by subjecting himself to the gruesome process of National Election against any contenders etc. And if the people rejected him, he would respect their verdict. If they elected him, he would govern by consensus, transparence and accountability etc. Beyond that, would respect International Law. Had he done that, he would have been respected, trusted while in life, mourned when he dies, and a huge monument would have been erected for his service during Liberation struggle and for cementing the country's Sovereignty on solid foundation.
    Let no one think that the con artist and impostor has not been unaware of the correct path for the development of our country; he deliberately chose the wrong path because he wanted it. And the fact he was slaughtering EPLFs elites to blindfold Eritreans suggests that he joined ELF in 1966 to destroy our country from within.
    No one would downplay the negative role Qiada Al Alma played within ELF. But we must remember that it was Qiada Al Alma who granted isaias afewerqi scholarship to Communist China. The question is: How did he gain its confidence when many Highland University Students did not, and therefore, were killed or had to surrender to Ethiopian colonial army to save themselves from unnecessary death?
    If you connect his murderous crusade against EPLF educated elites, you can safely infer that the reason Qiada Al ama granted him the Scholarship must be for his service of bearing false witness against those naïve youngsters.

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  80. What a blind brain? What has the article to do with any politics? It merely talks about the status of a housing development project. So, are you probably trying to justify that the project should not be done? Or, was this your assignment for the day that your handlers would not give you anything unless you throw the words somehow? You reminded me of some Dergue pilots who, after been captured, said that they used to bombard any moving creature they spot (Be it a peasant working on their fields or even cows grazing in a field), so that they could pretend to have accomplished their mission. Otherwise, if they come back with their bombs Mengustu would kill them. I think you sellouts are doing exactly the same thing. You have to trash your trashes anywhere so then you can make your day to day living.


    Gexkum tkewel....sheyet'ti seb!

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  81. Agenae MadoteEritrea. Nsu ina ndeli. ab gezae website'na knrbesh aykonan.

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  82. Con artist that you are. Why can't you be truthful and set yourself free off of intellectual dishonesty? I would have giving you the benefit of doubt as an ERITREAN and taken you seriously if you hadn't mention "respect international law".

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  83. Do you have an idea as to what happen?
    With respect!

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  84. Do you have an IDEA as to what happen?
    With respect!

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  85. Please walk up from ur dream this dictator in asmara will never allow the accomplishment of this project. We seen so many projects before not been completed. One day DIA will walk up drunk n give order for the distraction of this project once again. Y can't people learn from the past.

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  86. Can any one update the picture for the sembel housing project

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