Ethiopia | daily news Aug 12 2019

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Is the case for Wadi Stadium? Or…?

While the rest of the world turned red on Valentine’s Day, students from the Addis Ababa University (AAU) were turning yellow as part of an initiative to empower women. The Yellow Movement sells flowers donated by flower farms to raise money that will support poor students pay their way through university. Valentine’s is considered more of a foreign celebration in Ethiopia, and while many young people mark the day with gifts and flowers for their loved ones, some people think the ‘Yellow’ version makes more sense. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “What they are doing and their programme is Holy! It is a very good idea because it is about stretching hands to those who need support. However, I don’t personally subscribe to the idea of the so called ‘Valentine’s Day’ because, it is not our culture. Even if we say it’s okay to celebrate it, I think it has gone way out of line in Ethiopia. You spend the day with someone this year and next year with another person. Generally, it is not normal what the young boys and girls are exposed to,” said Lemlem Minasie in Addis Ababa. The idea for Yellow Movement was sparked

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