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Photos from Saliha Sami’s upcoming Oromo music video: Diinni fira hintahu May 1, 2017

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The award-winning musician and Oromo recording artist Saliha Sami is working on a new music video;  titled ‘diinni fira hintahu’. The following photos are released from the set of the video production on her Facebook page. Click here for more at Finfinne Tribune | Gadaa.com.

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Answers Africa: Interesting facts about Oromo ethnic group of Ethiopia April 13, 2017

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Interesting facts about Oromo ethnic group of Ethiopia

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Oromia: OMN: Qophii Jiruuf jireenyaa Artist Dirribee Gadaa Bit 28, 2017. OMN: Interview with one of the most creative minds in Oromo music and art, artist singer Dirribee Gadaa March 29, 2017

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JIRUU FI JIREENYAA

OMN: Artisti Dirribee Gadaa (Bit 28, 2017)

 

 

 

 

Neith the Hunting Goddess July 26, 2016

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Odaa OromooNeith the Goddess

 

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Tyrannoninja's Art and Writing

Neith the Goddess

My portrayal of Neith, the ancient Egyptian goddess of hunting, warfare, and weaving. You could say she was the Egyptian counterpart to the Greek Athena, and indeed some scholars such as Martin Bernal have hypothesized that the Greeks god the idea of Athena from Neith.

I drew this while installing the game Smite, wherein she is one of a number of gods you can play in a sort of mythological, multiplayer battle arena. It sounds like a fun concept, but I’m personally not a fan of how they depicted Neith and the other Egyptian gods. So here’s my alternative take on her.

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AFRICA- AN EXAMPLE OF WOUNDED CULTURE AND ECONOMY July 25, 2016

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It is known that the development of language as a medium of expression is the key factor of communication and is also responsible for the growth of a culture as well as education. History itself is the witness in case of Africa, where language originated initially.It is accepted in almost every part of the world that the language of Egypt influenced the Greek and Latin languages; even though these two languages are Indo-European. On a broader scale, the roots of most of the European languages like Greek, Latin, German and English are present in Cush African languages itself. But, these languages were further developed in the Central European area.Most of the historians believe that the word “Africa” is derived from ‘Afri-uka’ which is from the ancient Egyptian language and it means ‘motherland’.Before moving ahead, I would like to tell you one thing- the people of south east India, specially Andaman and Nicobar have a striking resemblance in their genetic aspects with the African natives, proving that we are not so different from the Africans.

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OBSTV:Oromia: Seenaa Odaa Kaarraa kan Innaaggoo, Laaloo Assaabii. July 5, 2016

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Odaa Oromoogadaa system, parties

Hoo yaa lubaa Gadaan booka roobee

Hoo yaa lubaa Gadaan quufa roobee