Words can’t express the feeling of looking people you’ve never seen in the eyes, shaking their hands, and them saying, “welcome home brother.” I remember as a kid one of the ignorant comments I would hear in school or elsewhere is “go back to Africa”... Well I’m back and we’re better than ever.
The Ethiopian people are genuine and are ready for good-faith economic development to be had at their benefit. I believe in this project we’re working on, which is a Afrofuturistic technology hub for the youth of Ethiopia to learn coding, ubiquitous computing, and other tech skills that will be vital in the 21st century—it will be called Minchu (which translates to The Source)—link in my bio.
I’m beyond humbled to see these breathtaking landscapes and have the opportunity to learn about the history of the country and the continent first-hand.
I’ve done many cool things in my young political career but this surely takes the crown.
In these videos, we were received at the Bahir Dar Airport from the members of the Tis Abbay village where the waterfalls are—this is where Minchu will be built in conjunction with the Amhara Regional President and Government (who we will present to tomorrow).
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