The prime minister is advocating for a modern face for the capital of Africa’s second-most populous country. The Addis Ababa Riverside project is a three-year initiative by the premier. The development will be along the two most notable rivers in the capital city, Addis Ababa-stretching 27.5 and 23.8 kilometers correspondingly. Essentially, the intentions of the prime minister are to elevate the potential and image of Addis Ababa.
To Goal is to establish an infrastructure that enables the advancement of the green economy. As a result, the economic well-being of those who come into contact with the project, either directly or indirectly, will improve.
It’s one of the facilities that was recently expanded and is a hub for Africa’s most profitable and also the most dominant airline. Late last year, the airport became the new gateway for air traffic in Africa, beating the likes of Dubai for the top honors. According to ForwardKeys, the airport managed to increase international passenger transfers in the region for five years in a row
The Riverside project is promising, based on the fact that Ethiopian Airlines, which is dominating Africa skies, will bring more people to the town.