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Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby YEBANDAMERZE » 08 Nov 2012, 13:21


Someone please embade this video....I have to toss out my tablet and buy a real PC.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?nomobile=1&v=Kog_XLRY9JM
Last edited by YEBANDAMERZE on 08 Nov 2012, 13:26, edited 1 time in total.




Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby revolutions » 08 Nov 2012, 13:27



How much do the trucks cost?





Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby YEBANDAMERZE » 08 Nov 2012, 13:36


revolutions wrote:
How much do the trucks cost?




The glass factory has more trucks than your whole [deleted] nation.qqqqqq



Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby revolutions » 08 Nov 2012, 15:14



Ye-Banda-Zer,

Do you know that the monthly salary the TPLF regime is paying you to work as a cyber disinformant could feed a great number of the 130,000 residents of Addis Ababa surviving on garbage and living in filth ?



Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby EPRDF » 08 Nov 2012, 17:08


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kog_XLRY9JM&feature=player_detailpage[/youtube]



Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby revolutions » 08 Nov 2012, 18:03



Eden/EPRDF,

Considering each truck carries about 80 people packed like sardines, your Saudi masters are going to need a lot more trucks than those to haul away the 45,000 Ethiopian girls to Djibouti port on route to Saudi Arabia every month.


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45,000 maids to arrive every month from Ethiopia
March 15, 2012

JEDDAH – Ethiopia is facilitating procedures to send 45,000 maids to the Kingdom every month, an informed source at the Ethiopian Embassy in Saudi Arabia has said.

Ethiopian housemaids have been high in demand after the Kingdom stopped recruiting housemaids from four countries, including Kenya, because the Kingdom has been unable to reach a satisfactory agreement with these countries, Asharq Al-Awsat reported Wednesday.

Noor Adeen Masfa, Vice Consul for Economic Affairs in Jeddah, said his department and committees from the Ethiopian Ministry of Labor met several times to facilitate the travel of housemaids to the Kingdom after they are properly trained in Ethiopia.

“We decided to finish procedures of 1,500 housemaids due to the increasing demand for Ethiopian housemaids by Saudi families. Ethiopian housemaids are trained well on Saudi customs and traditions, besides the percentage of runaways is low,” he said.

Unavailability of sufficient flights from Addis Ababa has also caused the delay in the travel of a large number of housemaids.
http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cf ... 0315119698



Re: Fleet of trucks inb Ethiopia

Postby Truther » 08 Nov 2012, 20:38


Wow !
Forget the shabo envy, but i have a question.
Never seen this much trucks before.
But why park them that way,i think there is a reason why cars are parked in a garage, not just because of thieves.And are they used so often to justify buying so many of them ?
Are they partly locally produced ? The trucks were not produced in the west.
I would say it would have been more economical to transport the sand with rail. Was there a study before buying so many trucks to find out if that is the most cost-effective option or are we dealing here with corruption ?
That all these trucks are parked on the road tells you that there was a serious or catastrophic problem with PLANNING, so sad.
This is how the country's meager resources are wasted.


YEBANDAMERZE wrote:Someone please embade this video....I have to toss out my tablet and buy a real PC.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?nomobile=1&v=Kog_XLRY9JM



Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby yoha » 10 Nov 2012, 02:56


BANDIWOS !! I am sure you are a real deha only believes with Material stuff don't u know all this is a white mans TOY showing Buildings Vehicles like small kids shame on you this ain't even progress .



Re: Fleet of trucks in Ethiopia

Postby YEBANDAMERZE » 10 Nov 2012, 06:52


EPRDF wrote:[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kog_XLRY9JM&feature=player_detailpage[/youtube]


Thank you!



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