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  • National lottery announces 10 Million Birr winner number


    The National lottery has announced the winners of Grand Renaissance Dam lottery 10 Million Birr jackpot. The winner number of 10 Million Birr is identified as “2913750” and the winner number of 5 Million Birr is “0497398”. In addition the third winner number of 2Million Birr is identified as “0207494”.

    National lottery expects to collect 150 Million Birr from the lottery to be used for the construction of the multibillion dollar project, Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam.



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  • Pastor trying to walk on water at the Crocodile River gets eaten by 3 crocodiles

    A pastor from a local church in White River Mpumalanga died this morning trying to demonstrate a biblical miracle to his congregates.

    Pastor Jonathan Mthethwa of the ‘Saint of the last days church drowned into the crocodile River also know as the crocodile river and was seen by his church members getting eaten by 3 crocodiles.


     “The pastor taught us about faith on Sunday last week. He promised he would demonstrate his faith to us today, but he unfortunately ended up drowning and getting eaten by 3 large crocodiles in front of us. We still don’t understand how this happened because he fasted and prayed the whole week.” said Deacon Nkosi, who is one of the church members."


    It is said that Pastor Mthethwa walked into the water and when he was 30 meters inside the river, he attempted to ascend above the water so he can start walking, but the 3 crocodile appeared out of no where and started feasting on him.

    “They finished him in a couple of minutes. All that was left of him when they finished eating him is a pair of sandals and his underwear floating above the water.” said Deacon Nkosi.

    ER24 responded to the scene 30 minutes after,but upon arrival, there was not much they could do as the man of god was already dead.


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  • Egypt's Sisi and South Sudan's Kiir strike 'dirty deal' that could affect the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

    South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has met with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo to discuss strengthening ties between the two African nations.

    Kiir thanked the Egyptian president on Tuesday for backing his government and said a peace deal signed to end his country's civil war was alive and being implemented, Egyptian state media reported.

    Kiir said he had rejected attempts by unnamed parties to renegotiate the August 2015 deal, adding that he and his number two - First Vice-President Taban Deng Gai - were working "very closely" together.

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  • South Sudanese Generals on the Run

    High brass military officers in South Sudan, including a former Chief of Staff, are on the run for their lives since Tuesday, May 9, 2017, creating what diplomatic sources say is an “alarming situation” there.

    President Salva Kirr has sacked his Chief of Staff, Paul Malong Awan (Gen.), who spurted to Aweil town while fully armed, according to sources in the capital Juba. Malong left Juba on Tuesday morning with 20 conveys seen at Terekaka towards Rumbek, the capital of Lakes State, central South Sudan, eyewitnesses told Fortune. Rumbek was once the capital of the nation.

    The reason behind the changes in the top position in the inner circle of the President remains undisclosed. But South Sudan’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, James Pitail Morgan, downplayed the case, referring it as a regular reshuffle.

    “He has served for four years and handed over his office to his successor,” Morgan said.

    Kiir has appointed James Ajongo Mawut (Lut.) as his new Chief of Staff, who came from the same areas as Malong.

    A day earlier of the announcement of Malong’s removal on the South Sudan national television, Taban Deng Gai, vice president of South Sudan, flew to Bor, the capital of Jonglei StateHis travel there was rumoured to be related to a fear of rebellion by Malong and his supporters in his native land. But Sudanese Ambassador in Addis Abeba denies this, dismissing the claims as “a fabrication by Riek Machar”, the disgruntled former vice president of South Sudan, and now in exile in South Africa.

    “The reason why the Vice President flew to Bor is to have a national dialogue with the people in the area,” Morgan told Fortune.

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  • Bishangari Lodge Put on Fire by Protesters

    Fire continues to gut down Bishangari Lodge after angry mob set it on fire following social unrest in Oromio region. The Lodge is located 200km from the capital city at the shores of Lake Langano. The arrests have persisted close to one year now.

    According to Addis Fortune On Sunday, over 50 people lost their lives following spirited protests which took place at a religious festival. According to sources, some who died were shot by police while others were trampled on by others after a stampede ensued.

    However, the regional government has promised to restore peace and order in the area. 


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