Is the decision to build railway line between Mekele and Djibouti a rational decision? By Ephrem Madebo

February 13th, 2014 Print Print Email Email

You can’t take the trains to Bo anymore!

The diamond rich West African nation of Sierra Leone lost the fight to the encroaching British imperial forces and became a British colony in 1896. As Soon as the Brits set their foot on the soils of Freetown, they started roaming the interior of Serra Leone looking for wealth to be looted and exported to the United Kingdom. More

You can’t take the trains to Bo anymore!

The diamond rich West African nation of Sierra Leone lost the fight to the encroaching British imperial forces and became a British colony in 1896. As Soon as the Brits set their foot on the soils of Freetown, they started roaming the interior of Serra Leone looking for wealth to be looted and exported to the United Kingdom. More

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