enena-ye-ltv-mistroche-betelhem-tafesse

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  • Year: 2020
  • Pages: 222
  • Price 0.00
  • Category: Biography

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    2024-04-27 15:30:25

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    M Tolla commented

    2022-12-03 04:55:55

    I don’t know why I jump into the wagon of throwing the stone on Betty. I am sure Betty is Oromo sympathizer. I had a very bad impression on her when she had interviewed Jawar Mohammed, Eskinder Nega. I even argued with my family members who are the loyal viewers her show. Now I see her truth, strength, courage in her stories in the book. I love how she discusses every small facts in detail, the drama and conspiracy even among her own colleagues on her shows. She is beautifully give a picture when, how she had interviewed x and y the language strength, her unstructured and messy schedule is vividly pictured in the story on the book. I love her honest life. Contrary to many Ethiopian egoistic behavior, I love how she painted her youth life from dirt to sleeping in a 5tar hotel on egg Crete mattress somewhere in Thailand. Unusually her words are strong. Her patience, yet somehow assertive personality, a go getter manly character really captures the reader’s attention. I love to read stories when she was messed up , unprepared and totally without her control but to go dig the information and to become a story in her book. Betty is like all of us with her opinion, weakness, bias but I can tell she truly tried to tell us what her daily life encounters in the field of journalism. I think I love her for what does everyday. Bethlehem is for me a girl who is a scapegoat for many hate mongers. I get it People don’t just judge. We all have purpose in life. Let’s strive to achieve that. As she points out in her book “ ….many people exist, that’s all” . Hopefully we will read her other books and see her life , views , anger and sadness, love and the like soon. I am born and raised in Addis Ababa and currently living in US . I have no affiliation with her or any Oromo struggle.


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