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G.Egziabher H.Selasie, Gebru.
Born on 07 November 1978 in Tigray state of Ethiopia, he got BA degree in Accounting from Jimma University, MBA from Addis Ababa University, Master of Electricity Sector from Comillas University of Spain, Master of Economics