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Saturday, 27 January 2018

Sugar Shortage In Ethiopia Leads To Violent Eruptions

Ethiopia is facing sugar shortage and this has led to violent protests.






According to BBC, bad weather has led to a scarcity of the product, while the government has said it will import sugar from Algeria and Thailand to help deal with the situation.


At present, households are allowed to buy 5kg of sugar once a month from certain shops, although Ethiopians say it is still hard to come by.

8 comments:

  1. Sugar kwa? Na food? A whole 5kg? Pls somebody should fill me in. Is sugar a staple diet in Ethiopia?

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  2. This people don't have problem at all.

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  3. Do people still eat sugar ni, can't even remember the year I took sugar last. What will manufacturers using sugar do then, na wha o. May the Lord pass through Africa for good, imagine sugar.

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    1. Proudly Anonymous27 January 2018 at 12:12

      Don't mind them, instead of then to be thanking their stars that sugar will no longer in their diet.
      Besides it's an opportunity for them to explore healthier alternatives.

      Who sugar epp?

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  4. Ethiopia and scarcity issue. This reminded me of USA for Africa's song "We Are the World" by Michael Jackson and Co. in 1985 when Ethiopia faced famine at that time.

    God help Ethiopia.

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  5. Let them come here and pack sugar

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