ንግሥት ፉራ ዘመኗን የዋጀች ንግሥት


In April, ETV journalist visited us with a view to do a documentary based on Queen Furra. The final programme was aired this week. Amazing some people around the city are yet to know about Furra, Sumuda etc. Better to know latter than never.

Seyoum Y. Hameso (PhD)

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