Many assumed the military operations in Tigray which brought the quick end of Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) will hugely affect the telecom services among others. In fact, it was difficult to determine the outcomes of the law enforcement operation as information was limitedly coming out of the Tigray.
From the outset, the economic constraints of locomotion were simple. People have used different sorts of transportation as simple as a horse. This made commuting more meaningful and sentimental, adding the element of necessity, albeit with an inconvenience of sorts. But through time one could argue human beings’ civilization spectrum took off with a modicum of moderation to hold a grip on.
It took more than 100 years for Ethiopia to set the telecom sector liberalized. It has been almost three years since this initial decision of the government was publicized.
The largest wireless carriers operating in Africa are starting to form partnerships ahead of making offers for new licenses to be awarded by Ethiopia, which is opening its telecom industry to international companies.
Ethiopia reported its first Covid-19 coronavirus case on 13 March. The infected individual was later identified as a Japanese citizen. Ten days later the Ethiopian government announced the closure of the country’s land borders.
Ethiopia, Africa’s largest coffee grower, could face “significant volatility” in the crop’s yields in a decade due to changing weather patterns, according to McKinsey & Co.