Ethiopia’s agadira land project ‘not just a land grab’

Agadir is a land in Ethiopia that was once home to millions of people, including a group of ageless elders.

The agadiri is one of the world’s poorest countries.

The land was declared in 1995, after the country was ruled by the United Nations.

Today, more than half of the population lives on the land, where the government says it has invested $30 billion.

But the agadirs land has been in the spotlight for years, because of the land’s role in creating the Ethiopian nation, which has been ravaged by drought and war.

This week, an Ethiopian court ruled that the government’s land acquisition scheme to buy agadiris land is illegal.

Al Jazeera’s Christian Fraser reports from Agadiri, Ethiopia.