The South Sudanese government was glad to hear that Ethio Telecom needed to investigate the country’s telecom business, and they said they would help the organization in any capacity they could. The President of Ethio Telecom reviewed that the organization has a 128-year history and is the biggest telecom supplier in Africa.
They said they were prepared to assist the South Sudanese government with ensuring that telecom administrations are accessible and reasonable by offering the organization’s positive experience to Ethio Telecom’s framework development and the board to ensure that administrations are reasonable.
The Instruction Appraisal and Assessments Administration says that the second round of the twelfth grade test will be given from December 18 to December 21, 2015. It is said that the understudies who are taking the test were not tried in that frame of mind round since they were serving in the Public Guard Armed force, Government Police, or Territorial Exceptional Powers, had quite recently conceived an offspring or were pregnant, were in a difficult situation with the law or in jail, or couldn’t take the test for some other explanation.
Also, it has been clarified that understudies who have not stepped through the examination in that frame of mind in class in light of a disease or one more issue that was unchangeable as far as they might be concerned will do as such. This incorporates understudies who have not stepped through the examination on account of the scaffold breakdown at Hawassa College. Additionally, administration data says that understudies who should accept a test yet didn’t in view of issues at Debre Tabor College or issues that have been recognized will take the test.