Tekola and Sirage were colleagues at Addis Ababa University. They were financial matters majors. By all accounts, they seemed, by all accounts, to be similarly insightful, however Tekola's motivating force to buckle down was a lot more fragile than Sirage's, on the grounds that Tekola's dad was one of the TPLF's political fat cats with a fortune assessed at almost a billion Birr.
Tekola wore originator garments, had a vehicle and conveyed a ton of money he could spend as he wished. At the college's bistro, Tekola used to chuckle generously yet in addition once in a while jokingly when Sirage plunged into his pocket to settle the bill.
Tekola for the most part likewise dunked his hand into his coat internal pocket, however devilishly held up until Sirage created his cash, which was regularly close to two or three 10 and 5-Birr bills. At that point Tekola would whip out a wad of 100-Birr notes and give one of them to the server (a large portion of the servers were women) who might generally gripe: "Goodness, Tekola, I have no change for that", which he understood was a stunt to keep the enormous change. In any case, he wouldn't fret the not at all subtle stunt. Truth be told, he rather delighted in it and would regularly say: "alright, you can keep the change", whereupon the server would intentionally chuckle however much she might want, and push the huge tip into the pocket on the facade of her cover. Tekola would then go to Sirage and state: "She would now be able to date you!"
Talking about dating, that was the worst thing about his scholastic execution. He had such a significant number of dates, every one of them incredibly lovely, that the measure of time he spent at Kennedy Library was close to a tenth of what Sirage did, which was the reason Sirage was a straight-An understudy while Tekola's outcome sheet showed a terrible blend of D's, C's and B's. Surprisingly, however, he never utilized his dad's monstrous impact to constrain the regularly meek college speakers to specialist his evaluations.
At some point, as Tekola and Sirage were going to one of their financial matters classes, Sirage halted at the notification board to check whether there was anything new. Without a doubt, there was. A notification was posted which read: "Those of you who wish to take an interest in the up and coming discussion, if it's not too much trouble register at the workplace of the Debating Society of A.A University. The subject of the discussion this time around is: 'Vote based system and Economic Development by Force!' Please show whether you are possibly in support of the suggestion." Surprisingly, Tekola was more amped up for everything than Sirage, who was considered by his colleague including Tekola as well as about by the entirety of his classmates to be a "library mouse, a crammer, a savant and a slogger." So, Tekola proposed to Sirage: "Let you and me banter on inverse sides of the point. I'll go for the recommendation, for example for the theme."
"Alright, yet I realize that on the off chance that you contend the point all around ok you can without much of a stretch beat me. I will take the test in any case," said Sirage. At that point, the two of them continued to their financial matters class, the talk subject of which was, "Near Development Strategies." The class looked befuddled when the speaker, the eminent Ethiopian financial matters Prof. Taye Birhanu, finished up his splendid introduction by saying: "It has become antiquated these days to talk about near improvement techniques. There is just a single advancement technique and that is entrepreneur improvement system, regardless of whether it is dominatingly private or state industrialist improvement or a decent blend of both. China might be portrayed as overwhelmingly state-entrepreneur and America transcendently private – industrialist, yet the truth is that they are both basically industrialist. Try not to be tricked by the name Communist Party of China. That is such a modern moniker to suit a financial and political framework that
may well rise when and if private enterprise totally debilitates its development potential. Incidentally, any target mastermind appears to have no conceivable option other than to envision something they may well need to call socialism."
Hands shot open to question to pose inquiries, however the Professor possessed just energy for one inquiry which was that of Tekola who essentially exclaimed, "What about communism?" to which the Professor reacted pompously, "Didn't I reveal to you that is only a non-starter?" and finished the class for the afternoon and left. Obviously, at that point the most anxiously foreseen thing was the extraordinary discussion sorted out by the Debating Society of the University. The event appeared to be even more critical as the straight – An understudy and possible possibility for the Chancellor's Medal Sirage and the spoilt Jolly Jack Tekola were taking an interest in the discussion. The extraordinary day arrived, as all red-
letter days do in the long run show up, and Sirage and Tekola took their particular marked seats at the long rectangular table on the phase in the gathering corridor of the Eshetu Chole Building on Sidist Kilo Campus.
The arbitrator of the discussion offered the typical opening expression and the incredible conflict of thoughts started with a blast. Shockingly, the main discussant to talk was Tekola and he introduced his line of contention lucidly in the accompanying words:
"A quite a while back, the Ethiopian individuals lived and worked in dispersed bunches. At that point, warlords emerged from their separate gatherings and battled each other with war weapons of the age. The victors congregated the human bunches to frame a gigantic armed force and set out on the extended excursion of country building. The benefits of assembly turned out to be clear as it helped the victors not exclusively to raise a solid armed force yet in addition to raise monstrous structures, for example, pillars and amphitheaters. Henceforth, the dispersed human gatherings were congregated by moderately insightful warlords who perceived the benefits of human assembly. In undeniable reality, the dissipated human bunches were consolidated forcibly for profiting by the upsides of human assemblage.