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Recent protests in the nation are not expected to affect higher education, according to a statement by Education Minister Shiferaw Shigute.  In a press conference held last Tuesday, he said that many things posted on social media were not fact based.

Over 300,000 students are getting ready to join the nation’s 33 universities now that the rainy season is over.

Meanwhile, all students, including those in private schools are expected to take part in the ongoing government sponsored training. He pointed out that Ethiopia was built by different nations and nationalities who respect each other. He said the country should remain peaceful; we all chant for our country.

According to Shiferaw the calling of the 28 million students and parents for a two-week training is to learn the quality of education and ethics that students should follow in schools and universities.

“We can do nothing without the participation of the parents, we need them to talk with us and to advise them that peaceful discussions are the best and the only way to build a strong nation,” he said.

For the last two years MoE has given training to teachers, lecturers and students ahead of the  schools opening; but including parents in this exercise is the first time it has occurred. Universities and schools are expected to open after the Meskel holiday (The Finding of the True Cross), celebrated on September 27.