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Ethiopia – Show your support to Teddy Afro’s selection by Coca Cola for the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Support Teddy Afro for BrazilCyberEthiopia joins the thousands of Ethiopians World Wide who are supporting Teddy Afro, an emerging global artist who has been selected by Coca Cola for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Please join by liking  Teddy Afro’s support page on Facebook stating the below.

We, the undersigned are deeply saddened by Heineken’s decision to drop sponsorship of Ethiopian pop star Teddy Afro amid a very controversial campaigning from some narrow group. We believe that Heineken has made a grave mistake by making a very wrong decision, which may result in severe consequences among the entire nation who love the pop star.

On the Other hand, we are proud that Teddy Afro has been selected by Coca Cola for the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil. We have the privilege of supporting this fine idea by Coca Cola.

Teddy Afro is not only one of the best in Ethiopia, he is also emerging global star, sings for love and inspirations. He has been chosen by a major media as man of the year in 2014.

Ethiopians worldwide condemn the smear campaign against this young star by some narrow minded individuals.

We Support Teddy Afro!

‘Like’ on Facebook to show your support to Teddy Afro

 

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The then-TPLF-dominated regime in Ethiopia was the first in sub-Saharan Africa to actively engage in political censorship of the Internet .

Since May 2006, the most popular Ethiopian web sites (including CyberEthiopia) and several blogs have been blocked across the nation. The apparent objective was to prevent the dissemination of information that is critical of the regime.

Following the political protests which have swept the nation since November 2015, the regime has routinely shutdown the Internet and restricted access to Social Media (including Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Viber) and indicated its keenness to control Social Media.

On 22nd June 2018, the new Prime Minister Dr Abye Ahmed's government reported that it had unblocked 264 websites including CyberEthiopia.com after 12 years of blockage as attested by the OONI’s thorough verifications of our website’s unblocking .




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