Betelehem Tilahun was born in the Zenebework area of Addis Ababa in 1980, the eldest of four siblings. Her parents worked at a local hospital. Alemu attended public primary and secondary schools, and then went on to study accounting at Unity University, graduating in 2004.
The father of Ethio-jazz, brought his new sound back to his homeloand while continuing to work in US. Mulatu was Born in the western Ethiopian city of Jimma, Mulatu Astatke’s family sent the young Mulatu to learn engineering in Wales during the late 1950s.
Ejeta, Gebisa was born on June 1, 1949 in Wollonkomi, Shoa, After the eighth grade, he was accepted into Jimma Agricultural and Technical School in Ethiopia, which had been established by OSU under the US government’s Point Four Program (now USAID).
Zumra Nuru was born in 1947 and grew up in the Ethiopian countryside. After a hard day working on the farm, his father would put his feet up, while his mother continued working at home, until the early hours of the morning.
Abebech Gobena has no children of her own but she has a family of about 450,000 people. She has been called the Mother Teresa of Africa. Like Mother Teresa, she is imaginative at raising money. She sells cultural food items to big HOTELS like the Sheraton.
Ali Mahammed born 29 September 1947), known professionally as Ali Birra, is an Ethiopian singer who performs in the Oromo language. Birra is regarded as the most popular Oromo icon, as well as an influential artist in the other regions and urban areas of Ethiopia.
Derartu Tulu is an Ethiopian former long-distance runner, who competed in track, cross country running, and road running up to the marathon distance. She currently serves as President of Ethiopian Athletics Federation.
Lemma Guya Gemeda (1928–2020) (Oromo: Lammaa Guyyaa Gammadaa) was born in 1928 in Ada’a, Oromia, Ethiopia. He was an Ethiopian prior Painting Artist. He provided about ten-thousand of his original works. He was using a goat skin for painting portraits.
Born on 16 March 1928 in Darmstadt, as the only son of the well-known conductor Karl Böhm and the singer Thea Linhard, Karlheinz Böhm is an Austrian citizen. He spent his youth first in Hamburg, then in Dresden. Due to a serious illness, he was in Switzerland from 1940 to 1945,