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Artist Mahder Assefa’s new movie

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The new thing about the millionaire artist Hannan. Artist Mahder Assefa’s new movie. Ethiopians are a proud people and have a history to back them up. These include the ancient Adwa civilization, the first black victories over European colonialists, Queen Sheba and the Solomon dynasty, Emperor Haile Selassie, and Rastafarianism. Today, Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, is proud to be unofficially considered the capital of Africa. Several embassies and international organizations in the city support the idea. Ethiopians have also migrated in large numbers since the fall of the monarchy. This migration spread the Ethiopians all over the world. They assimilated into the country of their choice and gained fame and fame. Mardel was born on October 5, 1987 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, near Sheromeda to Rebekah Feyessa his and Asefa his Demerash. She lived there until she was five, after which she moved to the neighboring Kella district. She attended primary school at Atse Zeray Yacob and then secondary school at Shemeles Habte School, from which she graduated in 2011. She completed her college education at Admas College, majoring in Secretarial Science. During her school years, she worked as a sales clerk. Marder showed an interest in dancing from an early age. Despite her parents’ wishes to concentrate on her education, she continued dancing until high school and formed her friends’ dance group, UNIQUE GIRLS. The group was a success and Marder and her co-stars were invited as backup dancers along with several Ethiopian musicians including Dawit Melesse and Tibeb Wakye. Television coverage led to his mother discovering a hobby in dancing and the group disbanding, allowing Murder to focus on his education.

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