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Ethiopian Citizen is an independent media dedicated to delivering reliable and balanced news on Ethiopia as it happens in Ethiopia. 

We released our first news on November 10, 2020, with the aim of resisting the coordinated disinformation warfare against Ethiopia that was spreading like wildfire around the globe after the TPLF attacked the ENDF's Northern Command on November 03, 2020.

Our Values

We abide by the most important values of every Ethiopian which are Wisdom, Humility and Courage. By Wisdom, we mean our stories are guided by strong research that ultimately lead to recommending solutions to highly complicated socio-political problems facing Ethiopia. By Humility, we mean we are humbled by the facts and the Truth. By Courage, we mean we maintain independence and we fight to uphold Justice.

Ahmed Yusuf Omer is the Editor-in-Chief of Ethiopian Citizen. He has a background in Sociology and Social Anthropology with more than 13 years of experience in media, communications, research and project management. He briefly worked at Addis Standard as its Managing Editor.

He can be reached through ethiopiancitizenreport@gmail.com

If you have contributions and/or feedback please also use ethiopiancitizenreport@gmail.com to let us know.

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