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Tariku
Abas Etenesh

An emerging Pan-African novelist, Tariku Abas Etenesh was born in Addis Ababa. While he was a high school senior he wrote a play in the English language on the theme of Africa and its plights. Some years later – at Bahirdar University – he revised the play and it was performed at Art’s Night by members of the University Cultural Centre. Another of his plays, Andromeda: The Ethiopian Princess was staged by theatrical arts students at Addis Ababa University.

An emerging Pan-African novelist, Tariku Abas Etenesh was born in Addis Ababa. While he was a high school senior he wrote a play in the English language on the theme of Africa and its plights. Some years later – at Bahirdar University – he revised the play and it was performed at Art’s Night by members of the University Cultural Centre. Another of his plays, Andromeda: The Ethiopian Princess was staged by theatrical arts students at Addis Ababa University.

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