Statemnet by Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice

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Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni has showed off gifts that were given to him by the Ethiopian prime minister during the latter’s recent state visit. Abiy Ahmed was the guest of honour at Uganda’s National Heroes Day and was awarded the highest national accolade for his contribution to Africa’s liberation struggle. Abiy gave Museveni a colourful Ethiopian made jacket while the Ugandan president gave his counterpart an art piece depicting Uganda’s natural beauty. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The president who posted the pictures on his official Facebook account received rave reviews from his followers who pointed that he was looking elegant in the Oromo cultural jacket. The jacket Abiy presented to Museveni was white with black and red stripes, which are the traditional colours of the Oromo people in Ethiopia. Abiy comes from the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia. The Oromos called the system that governed social, political and legal affairs the Gadaa system. In the Gadaa system, the three colours of black, red and white represent the stages of life: those yet to enter active life, those in active life and those who had passed through active life respectively. " />
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The Dorze is a little ethnic assembling in Ethiopia who talks a language in the Omotic family. Numbering about 28,000, they live on a very basic level in the southern locale of the country, in any case, some have moved to Addis Ababa and various regions. Various Dorze lives in towns near the urban networks of Chencha and Arbaminch, which are arranged in the Semien Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (once in the past in the Gamu-Gofa area). Weaving is a fundamental requiring some Dorze. 

 

Comprehended cotton weavers, the Dorze family were once warriors. They are outstanding for their cotton woven textures and apiary lodges. The Dorze people live in colossal systems north of Addis Ababa. They build up their own sustenance and stay away from deterioration by terracing along the mountainside. In their farmlands, the Dorze will grow great nation grains. They moreover create flavors, vegetables; nourishments developed starting from the earliest stage their compound. Ladies of the Dorze group have most by far of the obligation in the family. They should manage any children and most of the house outfits. The women are in like manner responsible for cooking, turning cotton and assembling encouraging. Male intrinsic people put most of their vitality in the estate or building huts. A portion of the time you will find them weaving material to use for different things. The Dorze people wear clear robe robes called shammas. They are outstandingly pervasive all through Ethiopia.

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Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni has showed off gifts that were given to him by the Ethiopian prime minister during the latter’s recent state visit. Abiy Ahmed was the guest of honour at Uganda’s National Heroes Day and was awarded the highest national accolade for his contribution to Africa’s liberation struggle. Abiy gave Museveni a colourful Ethiopian made jacket while the Ugandan president gave his counterpart an art piece depicting Uganda’s natural beauty. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The president who posted the pictures on his official Facebook account received rave reviews from his followers who pointed that he was looking elegant in the Oromo cultural jacket. The jacket Abiy presented to Museveni was white with black and red stripes, which are the traditional colours of the Oromo people in Ethiopia. Abiy comes from the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia. The Oromos called the system that governed social, political and legal affairs the Gadaa system. In the Gadaa system, the three colours of black, red and white represent the stages of life: those yet to enter active life, those in active life and those who had passed through active life respectively.
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