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The Ethiopian theatre giant Fikadu Teklemariam has been laid to rest at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church today in Addis Ababa after 40 years of revered stage life. Fikadu’s body was transported to Addis Ababa from Woldia, where he has remained in a monastery attending holy water religious treatment.
Fikadu suffered from kidney failure for which both his colleagues and the government have made commitments to provide the necessary medical help the artist needs to the extent of undergoing a kidney transplant surgery. Nevertheless, Fikadu had chosen to allocate the money to an 18-year-old girl who was also suffering from the same illness.
Hence, Fikadu reportedly received no medical treatment as a result of the support provided by the government and his colleagues. Before the funeral service at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church, his colleagues, fans and other dignitaries paid tribute for the 40 years services Fikadu has rendered to art sector.
Artists, government representatives, fans and religious fathers had gathered at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Church to bid farewell to the respected stage idol and theatre guru.
Ethiopia must give its youth a voice and also act on human rights, a United States envoy has told Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn. Nikki Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations on Monday met with the premier as part of a three-nation tour of Africa. Ethiopia was the first stop of a tour that will see her visit South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). At the heart of the exchanges between the two leaders was regional peace and security given the key position that Ethiopia occupies in anti-terrorism fight in the restive Horn of Africa region. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Beyond issues of security, Haley disclosed that the talks also centered on human rights and the importance of Ethiopian youth being given a voice. The country’s largest state of Oromia has seen renewed anti-government protests, similar sentiments in late 2015 through much of 2016 led to the imposition of a state of emergency. The six-month measure eventually lasted 10 months and was lifted in August 2017. Despite being an economic giant in the East Africa region, the country is in the bad books of international rights groups that accuse Addis Ababa of being unnecessarily high-handed in dealing with protesters and