Meles Zenawi Asres was an Ethiopian government official who was the thirteenth Prime Minister of Ethiopia from 1995 to his demise in 2012. From 1989, he was the executive of the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), and the leader of the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) since its development in 1991. Prior to getting to be Prime Minister in 1995, he filled in as President of the Transitional Government of Ethiopia from 1991 to 1995
In 1975, he left Haile Selassie I University to join the TPLF and contradict the Derg. After the toppling of the Derg's military government, he was chosen as President of the transitional government and later as Prime Minister. He lifted his nation from the remains of common war and changed it into one of Africa's quickest developing economies.
Meles was conceived in Adwa, Tigray, in northern Ethiopia, to an Ethiopian dad Zenawi Asres from Adwa and Alemash Guebreluel from Adi Quala, Eritrea. He was the third of six youngsters. His first name during childbirth was "Legesse" However, he, in the end, turned out to be better known by his nom de guerreMeles, which he embraced to pay tribute to University understudy and individual Tigrayan Meles Tekle who was executed by Mengistu's administration in 1975. He got essential instruction at Queen of Sheba Junior School situated in Adwa. It took him 5 years to finish the normal 8 years program as he could skip evaluations and join the following dimension. He at that point joined the lofty General Wingate High school in Addis Ababa on a full grant and finished secondary school in 1972.