Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed talks during a joint media gathering with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa after their discussions at the Union Building in Pretoria, South Africa, Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
Since his increase to control in 2018, life has not been a straight line for reformer Abiy Ahmed, and it's not going to get resolved at any point in the near future.
Early endeavors at opening up won him acclaim, including exhausting the prisons of political rivals of the system and retouching relations with neighboring Eritrea.
From that point forward, the slackening of the solid handle of the decision EPRDF (Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front ) has permitted recently solidified clashes to detonate into life – including requests for more noteworthy independence from a few pieces of the nation, not least Oromia, from where Abiy himself is from.
Political deaths, including the top of the military and all the more as of late a famous Oromo artist, have stirred crevices the nation over that had apparently recently started to crawl far out, leaving Abiy to confront four incredible difficulties.