Humorist Dereje Haile was compelled to stop the stage, leaving the amphitheater to his lifetime vocation friend Dereje Haile.
Also called Dereje Na Habte (Dereje and Habte), the two were rumored to have had solid working connections for as far back as twenty years. Both have broadly gone around the nation and the world, going over progressively Ethiopian fans that had come to view them as indistinguishable sidekicks.
Any individual who has approached ETV's underside channel can recognize Dereje and Habte the pair that characterized the quintessence of parody in urban Ethiopia, as they followed in the strides of the pioneers, Alebachew and Limeneh.
More than two decades and that's only the tip of the iceberg, and in spite of his slight change physically, individuals still grin or even snicker their hearts out just by staring at Dereje.
He needed to battle through the loss of his companion, and the change from being two to one when Habte passed away, making that move in personality to turn into an independent entertainer.
Confronting a similar group of onlookers alone was difficult for him. Be that as it may, throughout the previous 10 years, Dereje stayed connected to his companion through other people who shared the misfortune.
Gorebetamochu, a parody arrangement in which he is a character, is communicated on (EBS) and has demonstrated exceptionally well known with the young some of whom would not have referred to him as one of that indivisible pair.