Addis Ababa December 10/2020 (ENA) Ethiopians throughout the nation have growing their unwavering assist for the belief of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) because the monetary assist reached 14 billion birr, GERD Public Participation Coordination Workplace, Director Argawi Berhe mentioned.

Aregawi mentioned that Ethiopians and Ethiopian born Diaspora have been exerted huge efforts on countering all diplomatic assaults to destruct the development of the dam. 

“The nations, nationalities and peoples of Ethiopia from all walks of life have contributed over 14 billion birr so far. In addition to the financial support, Ethiopians have been behind the dam in moral, profession, in labor and other contributions including the priceless efforts on countering the pressure and diplomatic attacks from various actors,” he mentioned.

Ethiopians, as they had been victorious over varied enemies by means of their diversified however united fingers, now they’re repeating it on development of the flagship dam mission which exhibits variety is an asset for the nation, he famous.

He additional mentioned “Ethiopia is endowed in various natural assets with diversified nations, nationalities and peoples. It is our homeland. One of the major assets of the country is being the home of heroes who can properly defend its sovereignty and integrity”.

Aregawi famous that the swift measures of the federal government in direction of rectifying confusion circulating the grand dam following the excellent reforms undertaken in Ethiopia extremely elevated the participation of the general public.

“Due to the swift actions undertaken by the government starting from the post reform of the country, the support for the grand dam has been continuing in a better manner. The filling of the first phase of the dam enables to the boost the participation of the general public,” he identified.

He urged Ethiopians to proceed their resolute assist to understand the GERD despite any variations.


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