Ashruka on Hannan Tarik's video

The period of August 2020 has deserted a dim shade to the Ethiopian columnist's locale and to the media family as we lost four Ethiopian writers: Mohammed Tola of Al Jazeera; Getachew Tedela of Deutsche Welle Amharic; Fikru Weldu of Dimtsi Woyane; and Adenew Tsegaye, author and artist better known by his pseudonym Adonis.  Recognitions have been given to these experts at isolated examples and spots of their rest by relatives and coworkers and admirers of the men. He considered reporting to be a way to serve humankind. He firmly contended against publicity news-casting and focused on that a writer ought to consistently be a voice of the voiceless.  He didn't have confidence in purposeful publicity media and battled against all impulses to slide into it," said Nuriddin Abda, an author and a previous associate of Mohammed Tola. On August 20, 2020, the news coverage in Ethiopia lost one of its most powerful individuals on the worldwide scene, Mohammed Tola.  Mohammed, who rose to conspicuousness after his inclusion of the contested 2005 general races in Ethiopia for Al Jazeera Arabic, was considered by numerous the main Arabic voice to carry Ethiopia to the Arabic talking populace in the Middle East and somewhere else. Category Must Watch Commenting disabled.

Ashruka on Hannan Tarik's video

The period of August 2020 has deserted a dim shade to the Ethiopian columnist's locale and to the media family as we lost four Ethiopian writers: Mohammed Tola of Al Jazeera; Getachew Tedela of Deutsche Welle Amharic; Fikru Weldu of Dimtsi Woyane; and Adenew Tsegaye, author and artist better known by his pseudonym Adonis. 

Recognitions have been given to these experts at isolated examples and spots of their rest by relatives and coworkers and admirers of the men. He considered reporting to be a way to serve humankind. He firmly contended against publicity news-casting and focused on that a writer ought to consistently be a voice of the voiceless. 

He didn't have confidence in purposeful publicity media and battled against all impulses to slide into it," said Nuriddin Abda, an author and a previous associate of Mohammed Tola. On August 20, 2020, the news coverage in Ethiopia lost one of its most powerful individuals on the worldwide scene, Mohammed Tola. 

Mohammed, who rose to conspicuousness after his inclusion of the contested 2005 general races in Ethiopia for Al Jazeera Arabic, was considered by numerous the main Arabic voice to carry Ethiopia to the Arabic talking populace in the Middle East and somewhere else.

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