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EthioRedSea
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The Nile River belongs to Tigray and the Beja tribes of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea - Amhara and Oromo are recent migrants

Post by EthioRedSea » 02 May 2021, 17:16

The Nile River has been part of the Aksumite Kingdom and is automatically part of Tigray and Agew. By extension it is part of Beja tribes of Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt. The Amhara and Oromo are recent migrants from West and Southern Africa.

Given the aggressive nature of The Amhara and Oromo, it is irresponsible to leave the Nile under the administration of Ethiopia, which is dominated by Zulu Africans such as Amhara, Somali and Galla.

Lakeshore
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Re: The Nile River belongs to Tigray and the Beja tribes of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea - Amhara and Oromo are recent migra

Post by Lakeshore » 02 May 2021, 20:45

There is no people or tribe called Tigre, We know Eritrea but we do not know Tigre. There is an extended Eritrea administration called Agame.

the rest is Amhara. This is according to the current new Ethiopian Map that is going to be public after the election. This is very good progress for the betterment of Ethiopians future.

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