Ethiopia’s refugee population has been growing in recent years, and the country’s newly-elected president is one of its most vocal proponents of welcoming the refugees.
The country’s new president, Isaac Njokuwela, is also one of the most vocal advocates of the “Dancing Revolution” – a project aimed at transforming the way Ethiopia’s refugees are integrated into society.
Njokuwal is known for his outspoken anti-immigration rhetoric, and he has vowed to build a “Dance Revolution” that will transform the country.
“If you’re an Ethiopian citizen and you’re in Ethiopia, I want you to know that you have to embrace your country,” Njokwella said in a speech at the end of last year.
“You have to feel that you are a part of the national family.
You have to know your national identity.
You should not feel any other nationality but your national country.
We are all Ethiopians.”
But despite his commitment to integrating the countrys refugees, Njoka’s rhetoric on the matter has also drawn criticism from the international community.
Many observers, including former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, have criticised Njokowela’s policy.
The US has said it will not accept the refugees into the US if they don’t comply with strict rules on entry.
The UN has also warned that the refugee crisis in Ethiopia could worsen unless the country is able to address its lack of infrastructure, security and social support.