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Education was Echoed by Every Participant at Obang Okumo’s Graduation Ceremony as the Key to Anyuawa Future.

It was very cold day Saturday when we left Minneapolis, at 11:30 to attend Obang Okumo’s graduation ceremony at Austin Minnesota.It was a 2hrs or one-half very long hectic drive but anyway we hit the road to Austin.As they say one must go social activities, for one must also acquire social responsibility, accountability responsibility for each other’s.  Anyway I am social animal, who likes to mingle, associate with others for important social forms of activities.I appreciated the invitation, so were my friends too.We drove-drove, crossed, crossed, passed by, went by many rural towns, terrains but Austin still not even nearby.

We thought we were going to be late, worried a little bit; our concern was justifiable because the scheduled on the invitation paper tells us the Graduation party procession starts at 12 o’clock PM.And we don’t want to be late comers, who walked into something where we all would be alerting everyone sited to look behind their back, which is a very shameful episode…

The Oath of Aboboean

It has been 70 years or so when youths of Abobo swore, pledged the commitment to “work “with Amara’s government. They sang Wani ya wani wana jai ne poya-Amhara,Lum poya-Amhara bacanjali andegna uletegna” that fathers we the youths of Ababo understand very well what Amara’s governance all about, what we understand, should not be worrying fathers. Please fathers we beg you, plea with you to give us a chance to working with Amara government. This was the sentiment echoed by Abobo youths seventy years ago; it represented a watershed in Anyuawa contact with outside world and with modernity in general.
In fact the word juru Odiel was not a coincident or farfetched word of some kind but real, with real people been contacted by “jure” the so call “mountaineers or highlanders” who came to hunt or to buy of buffalo horns in the Anyuawaland, was followed by Amhara government settling its first governances , and stationed in Gambella. But what happened after that was history today.From that epoch,…
Egaro political history narrated, by Amhare Gilo
Egaro; is a tiny village in the Openo region; which borders Pinymoli, Abole; Nykwo. Hitherto it was a large land ruled by hard headed tyrants; much uncontrolled megalomaniacs; who fought wars against much chiefdom around them. Egaro was undeterred, unrestrained- from its madness, drunkenness of power, and lust of aggrandizement of territories. It was led corrupt leaders, very tyrants who wouldn't listen to nobody. It was run by warmongers and blood thirsty authoritarians "flashkorch" who fought wars against all. They were belligerent in their behaviors, with constant aggression against all; they had frightened the adjacent chiefdom from peaceful coexistence with them. But one day all the adjacent states; ganged up on Egaro's power, to put an end to Egaro's perpetual aggressions and warmongerings. As a result all the chiefdom united under the banner of “common front to stop all aggressions” fought a lasting war to en…