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The International Federation of Engineers (IFE) has supported the development of Ethiopia with generous support and money, along with a number of other organizations. I have received assistance from the World Vision Foundation and the Nairobi Foundation with funding and travel expenses, helping to pay for training programs and for the implementation of government measures for environmental protection. I would like to highlight how important all these efforts are to us all. I can assure you that I have no plans to quit the project and continue working in Kenya. I know that the Kenyan government has an interest in preserving Africa’s biodiversity, and that I am dedicated to working on every aspect of the effort. This is why I strongly believe that the Ethiopia project should be made a priority. Today I would likeOxfords in Kenya and Nigeria were both murdered by extremists who were on the streets for the demonstration on Thursday and Friday.
“We are also investigating the death of an African National Congress worker by a Muslim extremist in Kenya,” said Nkosazana Dlamini, deputy international development minister during state of the Union.