UK taxpayers have picked up a new £5.2million bill to fund a talk show for Ethiopia's own Spice Girls.
Yegna, a five-strong pop group, has been awarded a contract to develop its 'branded media platform', which also includes a radio drama and music.
The foreign aid cash - which will keep the band going until at least 2018 - comes despite officials warning it may be a waste of money.
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