26 May 2013
NNPD consolidates development efforts!
December 9, 2011 is another significant day to Ethiopians - sixth Federal Day. The people are colorfully celebrating their Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Day (NNPD) in Mekelle.
Ethiopians are committed in building a socio-political community founded on the rule of law exerting tremendous efforts to ensure lasting peace, democracy and sustainable development.
With full cognizant of their destiny, nations, nationalities and peoples of Ethiopia once again came to stage and celebrate their Federal Day; thereby, renew their promise to work hard, being hand in glove, for common destination –alleviating poverty and ensuring sustainable development.
The 6th Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Day differs from the previous ones firstly it is taking place at a time when all Ethiopians joined together to realize the building of the historical Great Renaissance Dam. Secondly, it’s taking place in region, where the struggle to bring equality among nations, nationalities and peoples of Ethiopia began.
This day will help the people of Ethiopia to further strengthen their solidarity to fully implement the Five Years Growth and Transformation Plan which could pave the way to realize the country’s vision to be one of the middle income countries within the next ten to fifteen years. Besides, It could help them to strengthen their bonds, unity in diversity based on mutual respect and understanding to avert development obstacles.
They could also pass messages to those retrogressive forces who get hold of the wrong end of the stick; those who haughty old guards living in their age old mentality of blind criticisms; those who see the changes but don’t want to accept Ethiopia’s stupendous achievements in various developmental arenas.
In the 6th NNPD, Ethiopians will renew their vows to further consolidate their efforts to realize the construction of the renaissance dam and the implementation of the GTP which leads the country to self-sufficient economy. In this regard, NNPD consolidates development efforts.
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