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Ethiopia's New Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, Earns $300 Monthly

On a salary of just $300, Abiy Ahmed's Mission as Prime Minister in Ethiopia is not to amass wealth but to overhaul the economic model of his country. This is the type of leadership ideology Africa needs, don't you agree?

Ethiopia's New Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, Earns $300 Monthly
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