Ethiopia’s first female president: Sahle-Work Zewde

Ethiopia's first female president: Sahle-Work Zewde

Ethiopia's first female president: Sahle-Work Zewde


The Ethiopian parliament has appointed Sahle-Work Zewde as the country’s new president. She is the first woman to hold the post. Zewde replaces Mulatu Teshome, who recently announced his resignation. Zewde is an experienced diplomat who has held several positions with the United Nations. Most recently she was the UN Director General at its offices in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.

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  1. She looks just like my First cousin, However I see my wife and mother in her as well. Irie and irie!!!! Than again I see my brothers twins running all over Somalia. The descendants of Sheba And Solomon have some very strong genes. The bloodlines runs through both my mother and fathers lineage. I am seeing things from the perspective of the House of Judah, Levi, and Ben, living within the United States today. Daughters of Israel stand up. The name Irie is a girl’s name meaning "positive and powerful". Yah Bless!!!

  2. Tank you for coming support the future life please have good memorize humane and development and studies and interesting by good relationship country believe that agricultural products are today the world needs to be consumed by people in this actually world on univer take care

  3. Hello president zewde i’m a lebanese man and my name is Mikael from 5 month ago my fiancee travel to her country ethiopia she’s ethiopian and i love her so much more than my life …but now you decide to stop traveling from ethiopia to lebanon why and how long i have to wait to marry her so please ms: president or any body tell me ???

  4. she didn’t change any thing as far as facist tigray and facist terrioist group around them exist plus ethiopian external enemy there haha.
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