Seifu on EBS Question of the week with lots of interesting answers. In my neighborhood, we used to get water from the tap three times a week. As far as I know, this has recently been reduced to twice a week, with no official contact. The supply of safe drinking water has never been adequate and seems to be getting worse, which is not surprising given the rapid expansion of cities. you can’t. Those who, for whatever reason, are unable to invest in additional water storage must have the extra water delivered by water transport services. No one knows how safe this water is. Either way, running a business involves high costs and risks. Frequent power outages cause interruptions in Internet service. This is a business imperative these days. At the same time, formal processes and services such as permit applications and licenses are being handled online. Likely, the online process will not be fully functional. If you have a problem, we recommend calling a service number that is not normally answered. We will then return a personal explanation of the situation in the office and encourage you to try again as we are not responsible for online services. However, not all small business owners have ITC capabilities and will continue to face challenges. By the way, I don’t know about you, but I don’t often check in online with Ethiopian Airlines, a service expected to work effectively given the size and nature of the company.