I have been a frequent reader of Deje-selam for about 4 years now and as far as I know it has been the outlet for all the current news in the EOTC. But since the Church has lately become a house of chaos Deje-selam’s dynamics coherently and gradually changed.
One thing is true, EOTC issues are very close to the public and we get to read them on tabloids and other papers which always lack religious ethics, vocabulary, evidence and eloquence Deje-selam has fill that gap. Most times issues hit Deje-selam even before they happen which I feel has been very confusing for those individuals to believe that this isn’t someone among them or an insider who is trading them out whichever the case may be it has been a big pill to swallow not knowing the inside leak .The frustration has led them to finally decide to sue Deje-selam a blog site hosted on blogger.com and which does not have an officially known owner. For me it is like catching air. Deje-selam has become the wikileaks of the EOTC .Just like wikileaks who for the second time has released the largest military leak – the Iraq war log – Deje-selam has been exposing documents, memos and logs of individuals or groups in Church.
As the saying goes “Truth hate delays” I believe Deje-selam should continue its service and delivery no matter how difficult it is at times to only talk about dirty scams.