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Abiy Ahmed, 1976-

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Personal name headingAbiy Ahmed, 1976-
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Variant(s)Abiy Ahmed Ali, 1976-
ʼAbeye ʼAhemade ʼAli, 1976-
Abiyyi Ahimad Alii, 1976-
Ahmed, Abiy, 1976-
ʼAbiy ʼAhmad, 1976-
ʼAhmad, ʼAbiy, 1976-
Birth date1976-08-15
Place of birthEthiopia
Field of activityPolitical science
AffiliationAddis Ababa University
University of Greenwich
Ethio Telecom
YaʼItyop̣yā hezboč ʼabeyotāwi démokrāsiyāwi genbār
Profession or occupationPrime ministers
Found inUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations. Reviewing current developments in Ethiopia, 2018: p. 1 (Prime Minister Abiy) p. 4 (Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed)
BBC website, Nov. 15, 2018: "Abiy Ahmed: Ethiopia's prime minister" (he is the country's first Oromo leader; leader of the Oromo People's Democratic Organisation; born in Agaro in southern Ethiopia on 15 August 1976; doctorate degree in peace and security issues from Addis Ababa University and master's degree in transformational leadership from University of Greenwich, London; speaks fluent Afan Oromo, Amharic and Tigrinya, as well as English; in 1995, served as UN peacekeeper in Rwanda; in 2007, founded Ethiopian Information Network Security Agency and served as board member of Ethio Telecom, Ethiopian TV; in 2016, served as minister of science and technology; in 2018, became prime minister)
Wikipedia, Nov. 15, 2018 (Abiy Ahmed; Abiy Ahmed Ali; [ʼAbeye ʼAhemade ʼAli] ([transliterated] Amharic); Abiyyi Ahimad Alii (Oromo); chairman of both the ruling Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front and the Oromo Democratic Party)
Dirʻāz ʼArʻāyā. ʼAbiy+Lamā tim ʼItyop̣yā, 2018: title page (ʼAbiy) page [4] (doktar ʼAbiy ʼAhmad) page 5 (ʼAbiy ʼAhmad)
Daraǧa Balāynah. Tentāgoču, 2018: page [7] (doktar ʻAbiy ʼAḥmad)
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