Nobel Peace Prize found its owner

Nobel Peace Prize has finally found its owner.

Nobel committee deemed Abiy Ahmed – Prime Minister of Ethiopia - the bet person to be awarded Nobel Peace prize this year. This decision was announced in Oslo earlier today.

When Abiy Ahmed reached out his hand, President Isaias Afwerki grasped it and helped to formalise the peace process between the two countries. In Ethiopia, even if much work remains, Abiy Ahmed has initiated important reforms that give many citizens hope for a better life and a brighter future. He spent his first 100 days as prime minister lifting the country's state of emergency, granting amnesty to thousands of political prisoners, discontinuing media censorship, legalising outlawed opposition groups, dismissing military and civil leaders who were suspected of corruption and significantly increasing the influence of women in Ethiopian political and community life

Of course this seems like one of the best people to be worthy of the prize this year as a lot of the world’s countries are now engaged in some kind of war activity and we as a society have to do it all to make this stop. And Abiy Ahmed sets a perfect example for all of us.