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Recap of Eritrean Festival in Canada


Eritrean Festival in Toronto - (credit: ZANTANA IMAGING)

Recap of Eritrean Festival in Canada

By Samuel Igbu,

The Eritrean Festival Toronto was officially Opened By Mr. Ahmed Iman the Head of Consular Affairs to Canada, during the opening expressed the appreciation for those who made a remarkable input in the organizing the Eritrean festival in Canada,  Further In opening remarks, Mr. Temesgen, Chairman of the community’s holidays coordinating committee, said that the event has been witnessing more and more impressive activities, besides the fact that citizens from the all over Provinces to Canada and U.S are taking part in it.

Mr. Temesgen further explained that the Eritrean people are in a position to keep intact cultural and national values thanks to working closely with their leadership, and lauded all who demonstrated active participation in organizing the event.

Also speaking at the meeting, Lambros Acting Chair of CECCO speaking in the Toronto Festival, Addressed the public regarding the Eritrean Canadian communities facing a discrimination informed the Eritrean and a friend of Eritrean that took part in details on how the Canadian Government concern based on disgruntled individuals, additional this small group and is inadvertently violating our rights of dual citizen Eritrean Canadian even though that maybe the cause but the Eritrean community members are a law abiding respect both nation proudly, The Eritrean Communities across Canada wish for both nation as always have their attention strength our  bilateral relations, without a doubt that will be result once it is set and done, further he expressed his satisfaction how Eritrean Canadian reacted and are speaking out loud making their voice heard about this small group that does not represent as the majority Eritrean Canadian from all across Canada as a result there has been a successful outcomes, he also indicated that the event provides groundwork for popularization of cultural heritage, communal harmony and national pride, besides favoring exchange of views.

Speaking at the closing ceremony which witnessed the participation of thousands of nationals, Chairman of the event’s coordinating committee, lauded the collective organizations of Eritrean citizens in Toronto for demonstrating active participation in organizing the event. The Chairman further explained the energy of the event with regard to popularization of cultural values and enhancing community harmony.

Several Participants point out that the activities staged in the event is much appreciated. The participant in their part made a voice and ready  to keep intact their national values. Individuals and organizations that made significant contribution have been applauded as regards to their dedication to host a successful Toronto and its environs Festival Eritrea and stand united against all odd, further the participants of the festival a friend of Eritreans and at large Eritrean from all over Canada that witnessed the unity and nationalism is prevailed a spirit of mutual respect among us Eritrean, time and time again expressed satisfaction with the way the event has laid groundwork for popularization of national values along with the active participation of the Youth can't be past without recognizing their enormous part.

Various programs such as Cultural show, Soccer tournament,-Adults, Youth and kids and other sport activities that added colorful to the festivities and award ceremony was staged at the closing ceremony 4th. of August by the Head consular affair Mr. Ahmed Iman and the chairman of ENHOC to Canada Mr. Temesgen Tirfe " the Festival was closed  the National Anthem Successfully...





                                             Pictures courtesy of Zantana Imaging





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Recap of Eritrean Festival in Canada Reviewed by Admin on 12:18 AM Rating: 5

24 comments:

  1. Go ahead Eritrea !
    Show the world what unity, happiness and teamwork means for humanbeing. Unlike those who work day and night to break our Golden Tradition of self-reliance and thanksfullness of the little we have at hand. God fearing Eritrean is always happy.
    Break it ! dance until you drop Deki Erey Shikorinatat !
    Ydefen Ayni abaykum.
    Zelalemawi kbrn zikhrn netom "ANE ERITRAWI IYE" iIlna af lbna nefiHna meninetna nAlem knelali beja zHalefulna suwuAtna. Haben kbri ysemAyom, meQabrom tsdqi ylemlim, Amen

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  2. Successful Festival, of course (lazm/yeghidi) successful, in the veins and arteries of the organizers and participants runs a special and blessed blood, Eritrean blood!

    Congratulations!!!!

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  3. Shared Gual Erey..
    Greatfull indeed to see such amount of people to enjoy and gather, it´s unique sign of the Eritrean identity and beautiful tradition..
    Love you all.

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  4. GualErey,


    I like your last paragraph. bhaki rezin kalat! A reminder to the few sellouts if they can understand it at all.

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  5. Has the writer of the article, Samuel Igbu, completed his Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)? You would be better off not exposing your epic failure with such rubbish writeup. By taking LINC courses, I hope you will be able to learn tenses, grammar and punctuation marks.

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  6. Hmm sellouts to people who disagree with your views.Anyway,making guayla here or there does not solve the core issue our country is in.

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  7. Has the writer of the article, Samuel Igbu, completed his Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)? You would be better off not exposing your epic failure with such rubbish writeup. By taking LINC courses, I hope you will be able to learn tenses, grammar and punctuation marks.

    Why didn't you, madote, publish my comment? Don't you want your contributer to learn and better himself?

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  8. First of all stop using my name fookin AGame,
    You got your own your aregit mama gave you USE it!
    Your days of roamin asmara are long gone , this we eritrean
    And our country crap of yours, only fooling you, WE know better !







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  9. Very nice indeed! Wish I could have been there.

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  10. Is it only a question of 'view disagreement'?
    No! It's more than that, it's a matter of survival, sellouts vs patriots, builders vs destroyers, virtue vs vice.
    You are being watched with patience but your hour will come.

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  11. Lol your agame leader got a big F in English why don't you go and help him.

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  12. It is not all about english lessons we talk about here. It is all about selfless defence of the home of brave and gallant Martyrs. Bless their soul.

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  13. Is that what you could offer? Cursing and personal attacks. I wander why most who oppose your dad Esu are well mannered, educated and matured. Any way wake up and smell the coffee brother. Our country needs you. To free her and free her people.

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  14. Festival Eritrea Toronto 2014
    http://vimeo.com/102837990

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  15. 2014 Eritrean Festival Toronto-Canada Opening Day

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riwm5Jm2jRQ

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  16. Ayashu,

    In history we have never seen a country built by festivals and dances. Shame on you all!! While your brothers, sisters, fathers , mothers, friends and neighbors back in Eritrea are suffering because of the lawlessness and heinous leadership of the mafia group PFDJ, you are prolonging the suffering of our people just by not saying wrong is wrong. While you fools are dancing as if there is no tomorrow, your people have no food, no electricity, no hope, no future and most of all rule of the law.

    Asha dehan alo zemed asha kefiewo alo zibhale si kemzi natkum eyu.

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  17. People build and celebrate, have you seen a country which does not celebrate?
    The Eritreans are builders by nature and they are building everywhere thence they celebrate their achievements, their ambitions and their will.

    People like you are mosquito types, good only to infect and zzzzzzing day and night.

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  18. Meriet, what have the lawless leadership in Eritrea has achieved? More prisons, no electricity, no medicines, no jobs, slavery...?? Why are you denying the truth? Why are our people leaving our country in masses? Is that achievement in your cheap mind? If you think there are achievements in Eritrea, why aren't you move back to Eritrea?
    .

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  19. i dont know we have so many young and old erirtreans death and blinds what do they celebrate for becuse thousands fo peolple ar dying on the desert or dround in the ocean so sad we have so many elotionaly people one thing i am going to say to some eritrean wake up open your eyes see what is going on in your country somethin amazes me the erirtrean national service is his name is abraha kassa i was borned and raised in erirtrea and i been in small towns and villages who is this guy his name is very difficlt for me to bealive he is eritrean remember most egdef they have natinal issue so in many ways those egdef and the followers the are all like abbaha kassa you know what i mean the reason i say that everything they do to our people is a very cimanal attitude sometimes make you think those egdf and the followers are they truly eritreans this is our job for erirtreans to understand what is going on in eritrea.

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  20. YOU donot hav Eritearn bloob you one of thos blinds and deaf human being

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  21. ar you talking abut thos ihgdef[RATE]

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  22. TELL THEM PLEASE THOS RATS

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  23. THOSE 1/2 PEOPLE ??

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  24. You really nailed it. hahhaha

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