It seems many young Africans are not proud of their culture and tradition.This could be due to the rapid globalisation that has permeated every aspect of the society as they always lean towards the Western countries.In this light a picture of a particular haircut from men of Oromo region in Ethiopia was posted online and readers were asked to try it but most readers responded in the negative.
We are Very Proud of Ourselves Because of our Dress Style: Oromo people of Ethiopia: #Photos Although the Oromo ethnic group in Ethiopia is the largest ethnic group in the country, it was only later that they came forward to express their cultural and ethnic background. This has led them to refrain from speaking their mother tongue, Afaan Oromo, in public for fear of being criticized for not following the rules of citizenship. But the growing commitment to political ideology, including pride and culture among
Oroma, The Headless Girl Who Braids Her Own Hair According to Nigerian legend, there once lived a woman named Oroma who changed into certainly the most stunning lady in a certain nation and turned into maximum famous for always having the first-rate hairstyles All the guys loved Oroma, and all the ladies envied her due to the fact her splendor became unrivaled, and her hair turned into in reality divine. Out of interest, many humans continuously asked Oroma where she made her beautiful hairstyles, however, on
The serious unrest in Ethiopia, has led to the death of another 166 people, over the protests of Late Hachalu Hundessa, the Ethiopian singer. Hachalu Hundessa was a musician and activist in Etophia. He was born into the Oromo community, the largest ethnic group in Etophia. The late singer criticised the government and spoke out against the marginalisation faced by his community, the Oromos. His songs focused on the rights of the country's Oromo people, and their struggle for freedom. Hachalu, 34, was shot Monday
About 81 persons were killed in Ethiopia after a popular singer known as Hachalu Hundessa died and his death sparked violent protests in the country's Oromia region. The Oromia Police Chief on a press briefing on TV, said that those who lost their lives in the protest include protesters and police officers. The popular singer, Hachalu Hundessa who focused on the right of the country's Oromo ethnic group and was a popular voice in the protest which led to the downfall of the previous Prime Minister in 2018, was
Death reported from protests There are differing reports of deaths arising from protests across Ethiopia due to the killing of Hachalu Hundessa, the iconic Oromo artiste. The BBC Africa LIVE page reported two deaths earlier in the day. Privately- owned Addis Standard portal reported that “At least seven people killed in Adama, Chiro as protests engulf Oromia regional state. A Reuters report put the death toll at eight. At least eight people have been killed and 80 injured in protests in the Ethiopian town