An appreciation letter to Gambella State President Office

President of the Gambella Region of Ethiopia, Alto Gatluak Tut Khot(Photo: file)

Dear Ato President Gatluak, Nov 14, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— First of all, I am very happy and thank my Almighty Yahweh (Hebrews for God), and actually deliver my best greetings to you    your Excellency Ato Gatluak Tut Khot. My message to you today comes through inspiration and not expected to write you this message, but I know will be a surprise […]

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A Megaproject Rises In East Africa And South Sudan

Work on the LAPSSET highway in progress near Turbi in Kenya. The road will connect Kenya with Ethiopia.

August 28, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— A distinctive, glass-panelled multi-storey building with tall stone arches stands out in the bushes of Magogoni in Kenya’s historic coastal town of Lamu. It is the headquarters of a $25 billion infrastructure project—the Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor—which will link Kenya with Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan. The far-reaching project involves a railway, a […]

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Canada and UN Must Act in South Sudan

Author, Simon T. Mach....

South Sudan conflict spreads To Ethiopia [ad name=”Google Mobile 01″] By Simon T. Mach, Hamilton, Canada May 03, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– In mid-April a new wave of violence erupted as a tribal feud spilled over the South Sudanese border into Ethiopia leaving more than 200 men, women, and children dead, more than 100 children kidnapped, and more than 2,000 head of […]

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A Quick Response to Pagak Nyier’s Distortive Article: About Rampant Ethnic Tension in Gambella Region

Ethiopian national army arrest Anyuak tribesmen caught ambushing South Sudanese Refugees between Pugnido Refugees Camp and Gambella region as part of the recent fighting between the Nuer and Anuak tribe(Photo: supplied/Nyamilepedia)

By GnΪΪ Pӓӓgn March 06, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– This should not be treated as a retort article on behalf of the buoyant mercenary Obang Metho who makes lives in such schemes as Pagak Nyier vowed but solely to dismiss his mendacious assertion on the genesis of present internecine conflict. The acquisitive will speak for himself. I am not his supporter in […]

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We Condemn The Brutal Murder Of Gambella Deputy Minister For Roads And Transport

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam dessalegn Ethiopian all-tribes cultural event celebration in Gambella town, capital of Gambella regional government, December 9, 2015 (Photo/file).

By Duach Ruot Mach, Feb 28, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- “If not broke — don’t fix it.” We the Nuer community of Ethiopia in Diasporas unequivocally condemned the horrific murder of Gambella Deputy Ministry of Roads and Transport Ato Gatdet Gony. It is unimaginable to see that the two largest ethnic groups in the region went on killing rampage and took as […]

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A Response To Obang Metho’s False Allegations Over Gambella Incident!

Nuer dance group during Ethiopian all-tribes cultural event celebration in Gambella town, capital of Gambella regional government, December 9, 2015 (Photo/file).

By Pagak Nyier, Feb 28, 2016 —— What kind of Gambelia do we really want? I am sure we all want Gambella free from the conflict and violence. There have been allegations which have been aired by Ginvot-7 supporters with no realistic evidence. I will elaborate a bit on what really happened in Gambella, Region 12 of western Ethiopia. Unfortunately, […]

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Breaking News: Anyuak Armed Youth Attacked Nuer Refugees In Pinyudu Refugees Camp In Ethiopia

RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / UNMIS / STUART PRICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS--- A handout picture released by the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) on May 28, 2011, shows homesteads locally known as 'tukuls' burning in the centre of the disputed Sudanese central town of Abyei. Abyei's capture in the run-up to international recognition of southern independence in July has been condemned by the world powers as a threat to peace between north and south. AFP PHOTO/UNMIS/STUART PRICE

Feb 05, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- Armed youth groups from Anyuak community from Gok Woreda of Gambella region stormed Pinyudu Refugees Camp – inhabited by Nuer refugees – in a rampant killing of unarmed Nuer refugees in what is viewed as the continuation of Gambella incident where the Anyuak killed the Nuer in a fight triggered by the land dispute, Yien Thargoany […]

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Bombing of Teachers Training Institute (TTI) in Gambella Ethiopia

Tens of thousands gathered at Gambella regional stadium celebrating cultural event of all tribes in Ethiopia, Gambella, December 2015 (Photo: ST Photo)

By Dhoal Larjin, Feb 02, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- A bombing of TTI in Gambella is arguably the act of terrorism. I don’t know local government is reluctant to account penetrators of this attack as terrorists. We cannot watch this inhumane happening because many of our young people are studying in this college. The attack is terrorism because it is like the […]

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Calms Returned To Gambella After Hours of Shooting on Thursday

Street of Gambella ...

Jan 28, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- This evening calm returned to Gambela, the capital of Gambela region of Western Ethiopia, after hours of shooting in the early morning of Thursday, today. On Thursdays morning Anyuak Militiamen, armed with guns and bombs, threw a bomb at Nuer students in medical college in Gambella but none of them was hurt. The college situated in […]

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South Sudanese In Ethiopia Marked The Second Anniversary Of Dec 15

Members of Nuer Community in Ethiopia marks the second anniversary of Nuer massacres in Juba under Salva Kiir's leadership(Photo: Nyamilepedia)

Dec 18, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —- South Sudanese living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, commemorates the massacres of civilians under the Salva Kiir leadership which began on Tuesday morning of December 15, 2013. December 15th was the day when South Sudan’s crisis began. From its onset, the conflict was marked by brutal tribal hatred which trend down from the top leadership as president […]

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