Ethiopia’s Christian Prime Minister wins Nobel Peace Prize


The evangelical PM facilitated a peace agreement with neighbouring Eritrea three months after taking up office, to help resolve a 20-year border conflict in the region.

The 100th Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Ahmed for his “decisive initiative”, at an Olso ceremony in December.


The Norwegian Nobel Committee stated: “Abiy Ahmed has initiated important reforms that give many citizens hope for a better life and a brighter future.”

Following the announcement, Ahmed said he was “humbled and thrilled”.

In a post on Twitter, he said: “My deepest gratitude to all committed and working for peace. This award is for Ethiopia and the African continent. We shall prosper in peace!” 


In addition to signing the peace deal, Ahmed who became Prime Minister in 2018, introduced liberalising reforms, addressed government corruption, and pledged to strengthen democracy.

This is not the first time Ahmed has been recognised for his peace efforts, in 2018 he was given a special “peace and reconciliation” award by the Ethiopian Church for helping to reconcile two branches of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, which split in…

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