Derartu Tulu's Speech on Ethiopian New Year Celebration

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Leader of the Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Council, Mufti Haji Umer Idris, as far as it matters for him stated: "We should get ready for, redress shortcomings, and stand joined in the New Year." 

 

Berhaneyesus Souraphiel, Cardinal of the Ethiopian Catholic Church, stated: "We ought to restore ourselves to start the New Year with expectation." 

 

He additionally approached those who are well off to impart to the less wealthy during the festival of the New Year. 

 

Leader of the Ethiopian Evangelical Church, Mekane Yesus (EECMY), Rev. Yonas Yigezu, said "we ought to be a model for others by performing great in the New Year. 

 

The religious chiefs wished all Ethiopian an upbeat new year. 

 

Ethiopia respects the New Year (2012) tomorrow. There is an eight-year hole between Ethiopian schedule and the Gregorian schedule.

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Religious pioneers have wished all Ethiopians a glad New Year, which starts tomorrow, September 12 of the Gregorian schedule. 

 

In his welcome, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Abune Mathias, approached Ethiopians to respect the New Year abandoning the harming and pointless things that have passed. 

 

"We should utilize the New Year for restoration, to adore each other and for solidarity," the Patriarch said. 

 

Leader of the Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Council, Mufti Haji Umer Idris, as far as it matters for him stated: "We should get ready for, redress shortcomings, and stand joined in the New Year." 

 

Berhaneyesus Souraphiel, Cardinal of the Ethiopian Catholic Church, stated: "We ought to restore ourselves to start the New Year with expectation." 

 

He additionally approached those who are well off to impart to the less wealthy during the festival of the New Year. 

 

Leader of the Ethiopian Evangelical Church, Mekane Yesus (EECMY), Rev. Yonas Yigezu, said "we ought to be a model for others by performing great in the New Year. 

 

The religious chiefs wished all Ethiopian an upbeat new year. 

 

Ethiopia respects the New Year (2012) tomorrow. There is an eight-year hole between Ethiopian schedule and the Gregorian schedule.

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