“Eritrea at a Crossroads: A Narrative of Triumph, Betrayal and Hope”
Ch. 14 In the Service of Eritrea
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
– George B. Shaw
እቲ ርትዓዊ ሰብ ንነብሱ ናብ ዓለም የርዕም፤ እቲ ዘይርትዓዊ ግን ንዓለም ናብ ነብሱ ኬርዕም ኢዩ ሒዅ ዚብል።
ስለዚ፡ ኵሉ ግስጋሰ ኣብቲ ዘይርትዓዊ ሰብ ኢዩ ዚምርኰስ።
– ጆርጅ በርናርድ ሸው
The writer speaks of the formative influences on his political perspective and dedication to the cause of the liberation, reconstruction and development of Eritrea and the progress, prosperity and wellbeing of the people in Chapter 14: In the Service of Eritrea. The chapter highlights his efforts to revitalise the University of Asmera as a centre of higher learning and applied research and institute the Bank of Eritrea as a functional central bank. It also touches on his work in Eritrea’s diplomatic service. Further, it recounts the role of constant presidential interference in disrupting the effort to build institutions and undermining mission delivery.
(PDF: Tigrinya ምዕራፍ 14)