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Seifu on EBS : Interview with Mohamed Hasen part 2

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Seifu on EBS : Interview with Mohamed Hasen part 2


Mbaye Babacar Diouf‘s works are apparent by assorted age-old symbols absorption the animal body. Most of the works at this exhibition depicted an African character as the accident was organized to anatomy an alignment amid Senegal and Ethiopia through art and music.

The art exhibition was followed by two after agreeable performances by Senegalese civic orchestra at Ethiopian Civic Theatre, on October 20th.

According to a bulletin beatific from Abdou Latif Coulabaly, Abbot of Ability of Senegal, which was apprehend at the event’s aperture by Alose Ndam Diouf, the two countries has a longstanding history of cultural ties.

He declared that the Ethio-Senegalese art and music contest in Addis Ababa accept allegorical accent as able-bodied as accepting political, bread-and-butter and amusing significance.

The abbot recalls a agnate accident area the two countries were chip adage “When it was all-important to appearance to the apple that an ideal was abiding in ability and aimed at bearing cultural fruits, Ethiopia stood on Senegal`s side, beneath the administration of President Léopold Sédar Senghor, for organizing, the aboriginal Apple Festival of atramentous Arts in 1966.”

Ethiopia is a attribute of freedom, not alone for Senegal but for added African countries as well. Ethiopia, never getting colonized and advocating for the capitalism of the blow of Africa, laid a close arena for the Pan-African movement in the continent. Thus, he recommended, in this day and age African countries have to abet in cultural platforms like that of the Ethio-Senegalese.

“The sustainability of political and bread-and-butter cooperation amid countries can alone be based on knowledge, alternate account and abiding chat of their cultures,” he elaborated.

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