Reforms have so far been the foundation of Abiy's government since taking office on April 2. But analysts say Abiy is facing stiff opposition within his ruling coalition.

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed addresses the House of Peoples' Representatives in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia April 19, 2018.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed addresses the House of Peoples' Representatives in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia April 19, 2018. (Reuters)

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed marks 100 days in office. 

Since taking office on April 2, he's been pushing quickly for political reforms. Ahmed's plans appear to be popular but not without criticism from some from the ruling party. 

TRT World's Coletta Wanjohi reports from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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