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Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 15:38

Namibia gained independence from South Africa on 21 March 1990, following the Namibian War of Independence. Its capital and largest city is Windhoek. The Namibian population can be split into roughly 11 ethnic groups, with the biggest proportion (around half), made up of the Ovambo people. Other minorities include: Kavangos, Herero, Damara, European, Nama, Caprivian, San, Basrer and Tswana., The current population of Namibia is 2,626,590 as of 2022.

Now the million nakfa question is will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia.




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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Fiyameta » 15 May 2022, 15:47

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 17:05



Looking very peaceful.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by TesfaNews » 15 May 2022, 18:12

Namibias Capital was built by Western German Settlers

Even the name Windhoek is German

The Germans built like 3 cities In a period of 100 years and then left!

Namibia people still live like animals

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by euroland » 15 May 2022, 18:28

AgameLady
But your ho mama and the rest of your relatives are still get fed an expired donated wheat….ar least your masters, the Eritrean, never beg or wait for handouts

The question is, how many aide trucks have arrived to your Chigray
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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 18:29

TesfaNews/Noble Amhara

Don't be jealous.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by TesfaNews » 15 May 2022, 18:32

Hasawit Abysinnia Lady/Eden


Lol why would i be jelaous of a country that isnt built by germans?

90% of its people living in huts like animals.

Only a couple cities built by germans remain! :lol:

:mrgreen: :lol: Sing a pore


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15 May 2022, 18:29
TesfaNews/Noble Amhara

Don't be jealous.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 18:38

Euroland aids infested azzhole

Do you want me to post video and pictures? Tigrinya-Eritreans beg more than Tigrayans, it's a fact, just look at your begging name.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 18:51

Namibia, unlike Eritrea which is under siege, is richly endowed with natural resources, including a diversity of wild fauna and flora, gold, diamonds, uranium, lead, copper, zinc, natural gas as well as fisheries.




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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Zmeselo » 15 May 2022, 18:56

I guess, we've got a lot of catching- up to do then. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Poverty in Namibia is common with an unemployment rate of 29.9%, poverty incidence of 26.9% and HIV prevalence of 16.9%. Namibia has an economic growth rates averaging 4.3% according to the World Bank, and is one of nine nations in Africa classified by the World Bank as upper center pay. However, income disparity in the country is one of the world's highest with a Gini coefficient of 59.1 in 2015 (2017: 61.3), and there were 3,300 US$ millionaires in 2017.

In a 2021 report by the governmental Namibia Statistics Agency, multidimensional poverty was determined to affect 43% of the population, 59% in rural and 25% in urban areas. The poorest regions per this measure were Kavango West (80%), Kavango East (70%) and Kunene Region (64%), while the lowest rates of poverty were found in Erongo (16%) and ǁKaras (21%).

More than 400,000 people live in informal housing, with Windhoek (100,000 shack dwellers), Rundu (76,000) and Otjiwarongo (53,000) accommodating the largest number.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in_Namibia

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Cigar » 15 May 2022, 19:05

You filthy agame hoe, our curse is being neighbors to you hasadat agames who are putting obstacles after obstacles on our highway to no see Eritrea become like Singapore.
Had we had peaceful neighbors like Namibia has who wants to work together to raise their citizens lifestyles, not only we could been like Namibia but yes definitely like Singapore.
Now, since we knew your hasadat aliet nature, our focus so far is not in building our cities infrastructure (we doing such in our rural areas) but to completely destroy you funfunat aliet so that our next generation does not have to deal with you.
In other words, just like we dropped our lives and went to the Eritrean jungle to free our country and put every thing in the back burner for over 30 years, we are committed to do the same until you funfunat aliet are eliminated or learn how to live cut to your minority size respecting your all neighbors.
Being like Singapore or Namibia is not our priority so long you a’ss wipes are breathing.
Saying that, we did damn good, second to none in the whole baboon African countries including Namibia in giving the necessities of life to majority of our population. That is first in Africa.
Asmara is a minor fix thing.
You cherry picking Asmara is a testimonial that you admire it are missing it…..cleaning in our household as an agame maid that is.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 15 May 2022, 21:29

^^^^^^

You are 75 years old yet you can’t articulate what you are talking about, retarded alcoholic, blame all Eritrea failure and misery on your government.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Digital Weyane » 15 May 2022, 21:52

የናሚቢያ ህዝብ ከቆሻሻ መጣያ ሥፍራ ውስጥ <<ምግብ>> ፍለጋ ቆሻሻ ሲያገላብጡ፣ ኡኛ ተጋሩ ግን ያለ ምንም ሥራ ቁጭ ብለን ከፈረንጆች ጌቶቻችንን የምግብ እርዳታ አቅርቦት ኡየተደረገልን ጡሩ ህይወት ኡያሳለፍን ነው።

ታላቁ ባለ ራዕዩ መሪያችን መለስ ዜናዊ ኡንዳለው << ባንዳነት መልካም ሥራ ነው።>> ናሚቢያውያን ጡሩ ምግብ መብላት ከፈለጉ ከኛ ከተጋሩ መማር አለባቸው። :roll: :roll:





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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 16 May 2022, 14:58

Low IQ paid cadres

The question in the title is not a comparison between Eritrea and Namibia, given that, these two countrires are not comparable, So Digital Weyane/Fiyameta lay down your arms and don't post pictures of poor Namibians.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 16 May 2022, 15:10

This emotionally goodbye mama Eritrea poem was written in 2013 by none other than the very talented smart Misraq and absolutely nothing has changed since then.. Eritreans are still fleeing.

Misraq is someone who care deeply about Eritrea.


The poem is called - Good luck mama miserable Eritrea.


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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Ethoash » 16 May 2022, 19:48

Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

this is the best million dollar question that refocus the Eritrean to the prize to the goal.. but like always the Eritrean Never Miss an Opportunity to Miss an Opportunity...

now this question is very innocent question let us audit the balance sheet .... what did we gain about of 60 years of freedom struggle are we the same or are we need another revolution or are we happy ...

so the question is Namibia under her belt over five election and peaceful transition of power .. now the question is did Eritrea had one peaceful transition of power... zero experience this is very dangerous for new nation because as our beloved sir Ciarg told us Eritrea finished developing all countries side so if war irrupted due to power transfer time all the development will to dust.. so what is the point of building without having peaceful power transfer .. power transfer occurred the Eritrean people like or not, or EPLF like it or not if Issue died RIP ... WE need peaceful power transfer can Eritrea manage this who is going to be a leader Eritrea doesn't even have vice president...

Second all Eritrean run to show Namibian problem.. of course they r not Singapore but they r in their way.. they can't solve every problem in one day ... it might take them another 20 years but their nation are in the move ... they might be crawling but moving... they are not standstill...

oaky forget about Namibia how about Djibouti they were dust town before 20 years but in this 20 years their economy and GDP is ten time higher then Ethiopia and Eritrea ..

how about Rwanda this is the base case both Eritrea and Rwanda got freedom at the same time...

okay let do the calculation

Rwanda were landlocked small countries . have no resource of their own .. no raw material or mineral wealth but they develop from the Ash.

on the other hand Eritrea have the 3000,km red sea coastline , one people, almost pushing in one direction unlike Ethiopia it seems 99,9% Eritrean support president issu, issu can walk any place without body guard ... that means they like him like god, and they never question is intention so with all political capital he could have turned Eritrea in to Singapore

Ethiopia on the other hand TPLF meles have objection when he started Nile dam, can u believe this he have all objection in every inch.. even when he attracted mega farm billion dollar capital no body said thanks in fact they accused him of selling land .. regardless of this Meles succeeded

how about Djibouti dirt county ... no electricity no industry they start from zero .... and build 7 mega port in just 120 km seacoast while Eritrean could not have done it in 3000km seacoast.. the Djiboutian never involved themselves in Ethiopian politics unlike Eritrea

the Eritrean blame TPLF and USA FOR putting መስናክል obstacle.... even is u give them this what happened after 4 years it revile the Eritrean are responsible for all their shortcoming how.... okay the answer is very simple the Dr. Abiy managed to left their embargo... guess what they managed to reinstate the embargo not even years in the making ...the Eritrean still looking for trouble and visited Moscow were they could have remain natural ... okay they see that as standing for truth... okay how about starting war with Golden... I KNOW they might say the Golden force them to join the war.. so the golden control them and force them in to cliff and they are now failing down instead of passing the obstacle systematically...

now if the war going on the Eritrea future is in doubt let alone compering themselves to any countries in Africa they think they r much better then Africa and they call African baboon this people full of themselves the only thing they will understand is power and when TDF come to Assmarra and remove issu and took Red Sea and Assab then only they wake up that time it would be to late they already lost Red sea and become land locked until then keep opening your mouth and blame every one..

how about compering itself with Ethiopia we start both of us from zero and look Ethiopian economy was 6th powerful economy in Africa until 4 years ago ... our one dam is much better dam then ur 5000 or 50,000 smell dam u built ... our one dam or our meles hydro dam out put is more then total what Ethiopia produce today if u count all hydro in Ethiopia the total is less then one Meles hydro dam produce ... just Nile dam or Meles dam .. and we created lake Meles that is never before

any how it would be waste of my time and energy talking to Eritrean but my hope is if i direct you to build your own nation hopefully i am hoping that u leave us alone so we will progress along u... instead of busy yourself to pull down Ethiopia use the same energy to pull up mama Eritrea this would be win for both Ethiopia and Eritrea

open your port .. if you lease Assab to the Arab why not lease it to Ethiopia for next 90 years at least this deal is fair to your ... we develop Assab and you benefit because u come and work in Assab because u have citizen their Ethiopian need visa so u will have advantage just like Djibouti people who live their working and benefiting from Ethiopian trade.

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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 17 May 2022, 12:13

This is the preview of a forthcoming poetry, The poem is about human tragedy - It is called The dancing tribe.





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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Fiyameta » 17 May 2022, 12:26

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
Digital Weyane wrote:
15 May 2022, 21:52
የናሚቢያ ህዝብ ከቆሻሻ መጣያ ሥፍራ ውስጥ <<ምግብ>> ፍለጋ ቆሻሻ ሲያገላብጡ፣ ኡኛ ተጋሩ ግን ያለ ምንም ሥራ ቁጭ ብለን ከፈረንጆች ጌቶቻችንን የምግብ እርዳታ አቅርቦት ኡየተደረገልን ጡሩ ህይወት ኡያሳለፍን ነው።

ታላቁ ባለ ራዕዩ መሪያችን መለስ ዜናዊ ኡንዳለው << ባንዳነት መልካም ሥራ ነው።>> ናሚቢያውያን ጡሩ ምግብ መብላት ከፈለጉ ከኛ ከተጋሩ መማር አለባቸው። :roll: :roll:





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Re: Will Eritrea ever catch up with Namibia

Post by Asmara » 17 May 2022, 13:06

Just makes me wonder why Eritreans in this forum get agitated by the lowlife AbisinianianLady. S/he is successfully winding you up every time s/he initiates a thread about Eritrea and you guys went the extra mile to dig some dirt about Namibia.

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