Monthly Archives: January 2012

Isn’t it Forceful annexation?

By Mizzigena In the past the indigenous people like Agaw, Oromos and others with Cushetic culture and identity were under a long threat, war and conflict to abandon their identity (culture, religion, language) by the legend solomonid dynasty. Among Ethiopians … Continue reading

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Language of Kemants in Eyes of Scholars

  By Addisu T. A Descriptive Outline of Kemant.Author(s): D. L. Apple yard Reviewed work(s):Source: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 38,No. 2 (1975), pp. 316-350Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of … Continue reading

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Kemant Leadership and Regional Government Meeting Ended in Agreement to Set up Joint Committee

One day meeting held on the Kemant issue in Bahir Dar, Regional Government Council building on January 4, 2012. The first official meeting involved three parties: Kemant leadership, Regional Government officials and invited speakers. On Kemant side, the delegate was … Continue reading

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