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Ethiopian Diaspora In UK, Northern Ireland Respond To PM Call
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January 4, 2022BEHAK
Reacting to Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's call, Ethiopians in the UK, Northern Ireland say they are getting back home to show that Ethiopia is quiet and great for venture and the travel industry.
The Ethiopian Embassy in London facilitated a goodbye service for Ethiopians and individuals of Ethiopian beginning in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland returning home reacting to the Great Homecoming Challenge, as indicated by the data from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia.
Ethiopian Ambassador in London, Teferi Melese, recognized Ethiopians in the diaspora for supporting their country in the midst of its necessities, fighting excessive outside pressures, and putting unlawful trade of unfamiliar money down.
He, specifically, appreciated the steadfast help that the Defend Ethiopia Taskforce in the UK has been doing in monitoring the interests of Ethiopia and its kin.
Reviewing the $137,000 assembled from Ethiopians and individuals of Ethiopian plunge in supporting different causes in Ethiopia, Ambassador Teferi repeated his certainty that the monetary help would keep on strengthening the economy and restore impacted individuals and recreate obliterated framework.
The Home Coming Challenge would likewise give the Home Comers the chance to observe the truth on the ground and backing endeavors to change the bogus accounts on the circumstance in Ethiopia and energize the progression of the travel industry to the country, he said.
Mr Zelalem Tesema, Coordinator of the Defend Ethiopia Taskforce in the UK, said they are making a beeline for Ethiopia to show the world that Ethiopia is serene and ready for carrying on with work and the travel industry.
Diaspora individuals, as far as concerns them, said they are reacting to the public authority call to effectively take part in the remaking and recovery endeavors.
The Ministry of Health of Ethiopia report shows that the number of weekly deaths has doubled during last week ended Sunday January 2, 2022 compared to the previous week ended December 26, 2021.
The number of deaths the country reported last week has increased to 60 from 32 the previous week.
Out of the total 79, 039 tested last week ended January 2, 2022, the Ministry has found 27,960 COVID-19 positive and reported 60 deaths.
While the previous week from December 20 to December 26, 2021, the total number of COVID-19 deaths the country reported was 32. Out of the total of 77,083 people tested during the week ended December 26, 2021, a total of 22,321 people were found COVID-19 positive.
Over the past few weeks, the number of COVID-19 infected people in Ethiopia from those tested has also been showing increment jumping to 35 percent on average for the last week.
In its daily COVID-19 related report the Ministry indicated that out of 6,176 tested in 24 hours 2,140 are found positive. Out them 442 are in severe condition, according to the January 3, 2021 report of the Ministry.
Up to January 3, 2022, out of the total of 428,796 people found COVID-19 positive, a total of 6969 people in Ethiopia have lost their lives because of COVID-19. So far Ethiopia has also conducted COVID-19 laboratory tests for a total of 4,137783 people and vaccinated 9,357,253.
Jamie Jackson at the Etihad Stadium
Manchester City were ruthless, fell asleep, and then awoke to end finally a Leicester resistance that came in a sparkling second-half riposte to the champions, who were 4-0 up at the break. Yet the story might have ended differently if Brendan Rodgers’ men had been as ruthless as City.
When James Maddison slipped in Kelechi Iheanacho on 70 minutes, the Nigerian was stopped by a defiant Ederson from moving the visitors to only 5-4 behind and Marc Albrighton later spurned a headed chance to do the same. If either opening had been taken, who knows what the closing phase might have thrown up.
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Pep Guardiola, then, is bound to hate a slipshod passage from City while surely marvelling at the opening 45 minutes. The bottom line is the champions have 17 goals in their past three games and remain leaders after completing half their 38 Premier League matches, having won their last nine.
Guardiola left Phil Foden and Jack Grealish on the bench again, as he plotted to continue a winning run against opponents who had Jamie Vardy among their substitutes. Whatever the thinking from Rodgers, this seemed to make the Foxes’s challenge even tougher as the No 9’s pace could have snared City on the counter, any quick ball likely to expose the hardly jet-heeled Rúben Dias and Aymeric Laporte.
Kevin De Bruyne celebrates putting Manchester City 1-0 up against Leicester inside five minutes.Photograph: Matt McNulty/Manchester City FC/Getty Images
The problem, as Guardiola explained in the buildup, is City’s ascendancy is predicated on their hogging of possession. Any defensive weaknesses are nullified if the opposition cannot get hold of the ball. A latest imperious illustration came only five minutes in. Fernandinho’s chip found Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva’s run along the blindside dragged out defenders and the Belgian’s sweet pirouette inside preceded a cannon of a strike that allowed Kasper Schmeichel zero chance.
The visitors had been overrun virtually from the opening whistle. Further disaster arrived when Riyad Mahrez swung in a corner and Youri Tielemans grappled with Dias. VAR called Chris Kavanagh to the pitchside monitor and, as usual when this occurs, he pointed to the spot. Mahrez blast his kick beyond Schmeichel.
Inside a quarter of an hour there was a strong temptation to deem this contest over but the response was instant, as Maddison saw Ederson tip a 20-yard free-kick on to the bar. The goalkeeper then palmed away the corner and saved a low Ayoze Pérez shot.
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This, though, was the falsest of dawns. Silva, City’s performer of the season, collected and fed De Bruyne. The Belgian is the master of the quick tap-on and he fed João Cancelo this way, the right-back crossed, a flailing Schmeichel pushed the ball into Ilkay Gündogan’s path and he did not miss. Leicester’s shock became deep embarrassment when City scored a fourth. Raheem Sterling ran at Tielemans inside the area, the hapless No 8 fouled him and this was the home side’s second spot-kick. This time, despite Guardiola billing Mahrez as City’s best penalty executioner, it was Sterling who beat Schmeichel.
City had scored 15 goals without reply in their previous two games plus the first 25 minutes of this one. For the resurgent Sterling it was a seventh in his last nine club appearances. Soon there was nearly a sublime eighth. Oleksandr Zinchenko’s left-footed dink was an exhibition-like pass, the ball floating in on a bewitching parabola to Silva, whose volleyed delivery across goal was as good and there was the England man to take aim first-time, but Schmeichel parried.
Leicester did manage a rare foray that set up Luke Thomas from the D but the left-back blazed over. City closed the half how they began: at Leicester’s jugular, De Bruyne’s free-kick wrong-footing Leicester, setting up a Gündogan rocket that Schmeichel beat away.
Rodgers may have missed a whole first-choice rearguard because of injury but the supposed master-tactician was still culpable for a passive performance from his side. But this changed in the 55th minute as a quick break did now unlock City.
Kelechi Iheanacho scores against his old team to bring Leicester back to 4-3 down. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/AFP/Getty Images
It began at the back – Albrighton pinged the ball to Maddison before, really, Dias should have cleaned the playmaker out. He did not, possession was moved to Iheanacho, who returned it and Maddison slid in Leicester’s first, under Ederson’s body.
Seconds later, a near-replica. Maddison pickpocketed Gündogan, left Zinchenko and Fernandinho challenging air, and rolled the ball to Iheanacho, whose assist this time was for Ademola Lookman.
At 4-2 the contest had fresh life. City had done what Guardiola detests: they had surrendered the ball. Fernadinho’s riposte was to head what appeared a fifth until Daniel Amartey intervened and in the next twist in a topsy-turvy affair Iheanacho scored, the striker following up when Maddison’s shot was steered on to his bar by Ederson.
But Laporte rose above Iheanacho and Thomas to meet Mahrez’s corner perfectly and stretch City’s lead again and, after the Iheanacho and Albrighton misses, Sterling made it 6-3.