The Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation has not been permitted to engage the possibility that records of ethnic clash merit revealing. Government-controlled media firmly mirrored the perspectives on the administration and the decision EPRDF (Human Rights Watch 2014a:12). The State-run Ethiopian Radio and Television have had the biggest communicated go in the nation and most of Ethiopians don't have any elective wellspring of data, either from TV, radio or any type of electronic media. The state-possessed Ethio-Telecom is the main web access supplier in the nation.
The political culture of EPRDF is extraordinary; it is undercover and difficult. Reports of homicide, ethnic clash, ethnic purging, open disappointment, starvation, and comparative issues can't be brought to the media.
- Must Watch