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Meles Zenawi & Al Amoudi Are The Suspects in Stealing Gold in south Ethiopia


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Meles Zenawi & Al Amoudi Are The Suspects in Stealing Gold in south Ethiopia


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Posted: by [47662c2b] Who is this(2012-06-15 00:17)
Where is the proof? Do you think Al Amoudi needs Ethiopia's wealth to get richer than he is? Remember, he is the richest black man in the world. His investments are also in Sweden, Morocco and Saudi... OIL and REAL ESTATE... just like the Bush family with oil in Texas (on a lower scale) and Donald Trump in Real Estate all over the world.... Don't waste your breath. Jealousy is sickness. Go take a risk on something and make something out of yourself instead of bashing innocent people's name... Shame on you, people! Get your shit together. One Love, Ethiopia.
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Posted: by [6179a9f5] Who is this(2012-05-18 10:39)
It had been a mistake when Meles privatized the Gold mine He not the government of Ethiopia owns 59% if the mine. We never saw Gold being traded in gold market for the sake of the GDP or any thing else to boost the economy. We are lacking gold reserve and that is why our money (currency) is getting cheaper compared to what it was exchanged for.


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BilisummaaTV:DR Meles zenaiw & DR Al Amoudi Mohammed are accused of stealing gold from Oromo people in south Ethiopia/Oromia:In common usage, theft is the taking of another person\'s property without that person\'s permission or consent with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it.[1][2] The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting and fraud.[1][2] In some jurisdictions, theft is considered to be synonymous with larceny;[2] in others, theft has replaced larceny. Someone who carries out an act of or makes a career of theft is known as a thief. The act of theft is known by terms such as stealing, thieving, and filching.[2]gold from Oromo people in south Ethiopia/Oromia bilisummaatv@gmail.com 2012 btvo oromia production


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