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Walking through the Valleys of Eritrea


Eritrean landscape 


Walking through the Valleys of Eritrea


By: Berhane Woldu.


At 5:00 AM one Saturday, a friend and I walked to the country side about 20 kilometers out of Asmara to a small village city, population of two hundred household called Daero to observe Toker Dam. The village is out of the main paved road that goes to Keren the capital city of Anseba region. Walking towards Toker Dam one follows the paved dirt road that twists uphill, at-times open and flat. The air was chilly, the leaves were turning and fluttering in the breeze, the morning wind was gashing as the bushes, flowers and cereal crops were dancing to the tune of the wind. Sky gray filed with mist one can barely see the footpath, yet you see Mass attendants’ rushing out; who  were reminded by the resonate of the rooster coming out the different bird houses in the village; people are religious and very faithful and loving as they go to church; one can see the unifying and calming effect of religion.  Mothers covered with their white Vaile, fathers with their traditional white cloth, priests and deacons with colorful decorations add to the morning rush.

Night had fallen on the small city of Adi-Shemagle (city of the old), Wedi-Quba and Adi-Tesfaselus all along the meadow surrounded by mountains, valleys, river banks and paved road of the Central region. Golden ray of sun light starts flickering to life as the sky cleared you can see movements of people. The rest of the village city carried on with their business.  Merchants herd their cattle, goats and sheep and others carrying their goods heading to the market and we watching with amazement ditching the animals, forcing and squeezing our way through the merchants; inching through and forcing pedestrians to squash themselves against the hill to make way for the animals to passes. these were busy cities in harmony. Cities of the same force religious, secular, ancient in tradition yet contemporary in their daily life these timeless cities were quite literally the place to be as the sun rises. As we were on foot we stopped a middle aged lady to ask her about the surrounding villages. Beautiful dark skin with a touch of cream, hazel eyes that penetrated to the core, high Eritrean cheekbone perfect white teeth that revealed an easy, her eyebrows were perpetually arched seductive smile, with an extrovert personality.  With a smile she named all the villages and asked us where we were headed. We said headed to see Toker Dam with sigh she asked if we were going to walk all the way crossing five villages and about 9 miles. The walk was beautiful zigzagging paved roads, landscape of amazements: valleys, high mountains, dense forests and riverbanks with greenery everywhere you turn. As we crossed through villages we saw signs stating that loitering was punishable by law. The most startling and astounding thing for me was to see a sign in one of the villages (named Jum-Bulocke) that said “if you need to use the bath room please ask we have public toilet for your use” a service provided to strangers in a village of not more than 150 households.

The villages that we came by to name a few were Daroe, Adi-Ameste, Jum-Bulocke, Adi-Tesfasluse, Adi- Merawe (village of the wedded) one can see Emba Drhoe (mountain of capon) from a vintage point not too far away. All these villages have electricity, water, schools, clinics and no shortage of electricity or water as they are solar powered  and to my surprise a residential forester home (orphans home) quiet a mass building for children at Daero village. I was a little jealous to have seen that such a small villages with less than 200 household having electricity and water whenever the residence wanted at their disposal. The villagers were nice answering our inquisitive question; salutations were exchanged as we passed people and at every intersection. Girls following us singing traditional songs after a small token they start praising you (ayeye meareye work seatu opel mezaweretu) big brother with a golden watch and an opel car.  After about nine miles we reached the vicinity of Toker Dam.

The surrounding landscape is amazingly gorgeous and breathe taking. The mountains are huge some smaller inter-connected one over the other; mountains locked to each other as a mother caring for her children. Looking at the Dam from top of the mountains one can see that it is built with white marble stone standing majestic like a castle or a citadel in the middle of nowhere. None of us were experts or engineer, were not able to discuss the technicality however; we had our own take to its size, capacity and use. Toker dam is more than a huge shallow man made abyss with a grass, trees and bushes covered dam running about 200 to 300 hundred meters along one end sitting in the far north east corner of Daroe village with a few acres of land on the eastern side of the dam. Prior to the dam river flows from two directions with a mountain in the middle of the two rivers creating a large V shaped water body as it approaches the dam. During the rainy seasons it holds the distinction of being the largest body of water in that region. Seeing the dam overflowing is much fun. As the water overflows it turns the sun cooked valley into streams. The dried up area the ambitious down ward shorelines that had retreated now move much closer together, creating a depthless basin of reddish brown water. These areas are refurbished with the overflow of fresh water turning its reddish brown into brown.  Toker Dam is fed from all directions by innumerable streams, creeks, a couple of currents large enough to be called rivers, rain drain off mountains and two large rivers that travel for miles to reach Toker dam. The existence of all theses tributaries unavoidably have given rise to a good number of diminutive lakes nearby.

For me this was an adventure of a life time and comparable to amazing scenic places I have seen. I have run in the great falls area in Virginia USA and the dirt road of C&O cannel that goes all the way to Frederic, Maryland and the thousand islands near the border of Canada they are all breath taking. The Toker Dam area is stunning, exquisite and picturesque as beautiful as Mother Nature.



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63 comments:

  1. Eritrea is beautiful and blessed!!!!!
    While I was reading your article, I felt like I was there.
    Thank you for sharing your experience

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  2. It is amazing article. Pls attached some fotographs with this wonderful art.

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  3. Looks really lush. Eritrea is truly beautiful.

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  4. Toker Dam is one of succefull projects done by the goverment,

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  5. I was one of the crews in the project from A -Z,

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  6. If focused, hard work is the real key to success. Keep your eyes on the goal, and just keep taking the next step towards completing it and it will bear fruit. we learned the value of hard work by working hard and When you put a lot of hard work into one goal and you achieve it, that's a really good feeling. :)

    Eritrea everything we do, we do it for you!. Hdri alena g'mja Knslemeki Hdri, naitom Swuatna.

    Zelalemawi Zkri N'semaetatna!!! Awet N'hafash!!

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  7. That Dam should have a frame around it, because it's a work of art.

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  8. Alec man, you are relentless and merciless WEYNE basher!
    Agames are livid with jealousy for the slow but sure progress Eritrea is making....they can not bring themselves to hear a positive news about Eritrea..hasadat...

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  9. "warka belelebet embuach adbar yihonal"
    it is not bad to have a pile of mud to inflate ones ego, well done it is doing its job.

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  10. fiona!!!
    whats wrng with you g.......rl , you are wastefull, why do you need a framed picture for a pile of mud? come on.........."silu semta dero tanqa motech"

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  11. According to comrade eng. Rezene who at the moment works at the Gergera dam, the difference between Toker and Gergera is the capacity and the structure of the infrastructure, Toker is made by reinforced concrete and it contains about 11 million cubic meter, while Gergera is a traditional "selected material filled dam" and contains about 33 million cubic meter. Related to the contained number of Our population what is build right now, is enough to satisfy the need for generations to come.

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  12. I am guessing, could that chicken happens to be you by any chance?? Mekegnoche agameee! Don't hang yourself, try to emulate eritrea!!! Jealousy is dangerous!! It will finish you of...eritrea is 5 million where as Ethiopia is 90 million. Shame on you if you are trying to compare these two. Additionally these work is done with our own sweat and blood, not Aid.. Put that in your pipe and smoke it...koncho musika legabezeh!!!!
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FuHC6qbyDes

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  13. ምነው፡አይንህ፡ደም፡ሞላው?????

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  14. please donot be egnorant.

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  15. Enante 90 million endehonachu atrsa kebt, don't let me say something i don't want..

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  16. Kebt? That would be instal to Animals!!!Don't compare poor animals with this twisted none human creature.. It's ok we have Tokor, Gerset, Gerger etc etc and you have "Abay Dam" and we have RedSea and you have Tana. Now we are square, you can shut the hell up Sub-Kebt...

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  17. Like they said donkey boy. Whoever is trying to bring you down is already below you.

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  18. To my enemies yes I Am bro. because this woyane chifra are the kind of people who will do everything to see us fall.

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  19. Inferiority much Agame boy!!!

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  20. ሪኢኻ ዶ? ዓጋመ ዓጋመ ምስኣብዛሓካ እልፊ ኣምሓሩ ልኢኸልካ::ዋላ ኣስማቶም እንዶ ረኣዮ: ከሸገር፣ዘላለም በላይ ወዘተ:: በል እንተሔሹካስ ሓዝ ገብራይ!! :)))))))
    By the way, let me remind you dummy that using the word Agame as a derogatory term is forbidden and punishable by the law the last national council of Eritrea passed sometime in the mid 90's. So, as per your use of that noble word as an insult, you would be sentenced to 666 lashes according to that law.

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  21. gojamew aman new!!
    ahaha were is eritrea heading?? wow i am happy that you are advancing, please do some thing with your arogance, you could have done much better with out it, it is a norm in your community, so get rid off it. me and fiona voted you up yeay!!!
    you have a good amharic command ,how did you managa that??
    take care,
    from your friend kelela mender:))))))))))))))))))))my poem/gitim

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  22. did you say jealous? of what and why should i, i am happy for you to have 10x dump pits in your quarter it mean nothing to me.
    why are you insulting me?? can we talk sensibily with out using deragatory words, i do not mind you calling me adgi and call you tsilaw, binbiw and kimalam tigre as a jock but you sound so hatefull and angree. honustly i am not here to cause any problem but to have some fun and learn.
    have a nice day binbiw.

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  23. hay l.tigray.
    is this how you cry in eritrea, sorry in addis we have a tradition of hiring some one to make us cry when we lost a loved one and we call them "aslekash" is this one ye tigre /asmara aslekash?? men i almost cried, deep, i wish i knew what he is crying for.

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  24. ‘’ኤርትራን ለማልማት ሣይሆን የኤርትራን ህዝብ ጠግቦ እንዲያድር
    ለማድረግ ብቻ በየዓመቱ 12.5 ቢሊዮን ዶላር ያስፈልጋል;;አሁን ያለዉ የኤርትራ ዓመታዊ ምርት መጠን(GDP)ግን ከ1.6 ቢሊን ዶላር የዘለለ አይደለም “world bank country report

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  25. You people it shows how trash y are! Instead of being happy to see the growth of one of African state above all y r neighbor y r keeping the hatred to develop more and more. The topic is only about an Eritrean dam no other statement regarding comparison between the two countries. When r y going to learn from yr mistake?

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  26. ATO ZELALEM.
    do not provoke those people, try to show them your human side first, i do not know about you but me i found it hard to conect with any one in this forum, everyone of them look like so angree and they hate us to the core, so do not forget those people are our own brothers, we have to try hard to to make them see us as their distant family.

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  27. Then metfo neger alemegnelachum, technically behon gen, we don't know yet if the dam you're building then is suitable in that area, at least environmentally speaking, i know there are evidences that the impact is huge, as huge is the dam it self, ye technick sannawek zem belen annawra, your government arrogance was so forth that breaking another international treat start to build unilaterally the dam..

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  28. ኤርትርራ፡ናበይ፡ከምትከይድ፡ክይንዛረብ፡ሐሳድ፡ጎረቤት፡ስለዘሎና፡ሱቅ፡ምባል፡ይህሸና።ሀንቲ፡ክነግረካ፡ዝክእል፦
    ግመል፡የከይድ፡ከልቢ....
    (ወዴት፡እንደምንሄድ፡ከነገርንማ፡ምቀኛ፡ጎረቤት፡ስላለን፡ሊያሰናክለን፡ሰለሚጥር፡ዝም፡ማለቱን፡መርጠናል።አንድ፡ነግር፡ልነግርህ፡የምችለው፡
    ግመሉ፡ይሄዳል፡ውሾቹ፡ይጮሀሉ።)

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  29. for you fiona.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WtmTCyK2K4&feature=player_detailpage

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  30. Saba,
    what is wrong with you bella gual asmara? I did not comment even about the article above. Frankly, I would be more than happy of any developments and progresses in Eritrea. But the problem is that there is NO progress or development whatsoever in Eritrea. There is only destruction, deforestation, drought, emigration, death, hunger, oppression. Saba, if you think that the above dam is a sign of development, I doubt your sincerity. This little damn dam should have been destroyed for two main reasons:
    1, It is too little to be good for something.
    2, It is built by exploiting the free energy of the youth in the so called national service/slavery. It is like one of the little damn dams in the US that were built by the afro slaves. So, it is not a water dam but a blood dam.
    Saba, one final thing: In desert lands like Eritrea, you do not build dams. There is no enough rain to feed and fill them. What you do is exploit underground waters( if you have the technology). Surface water evaporates in desert lands like Eritrea due to the scorching heat. The reason your government is building these little "dams" is just to make the pity youth busy digging these holes.
    ok Saba? Saba!!! What a good historic Ethiopian name!!

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  31. I apologize sir!!! :))))))) She seems to be a little horny naughty lady. Enjoy!! lool

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  32. ንምንታይ፡ባእልካ፡ትዋረድ።ከይትዋረድ፡ቦታካ፡ፍለጥ፡ወይ፡ድማ፡ከም፡ከባቢካ፡ኩን።ከምኡ፡ክብለካ፡ኮለኩ፡ከም፡ከባቢካ፡ምሰል፡ምባለይ፡አይኮነን፡፡ሌባም፡ክሳብ፡ዝሰርቅ፡ከባቢዩ፡ዝመስል፡ወያኔም፡በዚን፡ከምዚን፡ቀዳማይ።ኢዮም፡ምክንያቱ፡ባእሎም፡ሰራቃይ፡ኢዮም።ነዚ፡ኢዩ፡ከም፡ከባቢካ፡ኩን፡ዝበልኩካ፡ክደግመልካያ፡ከም፡ከባቢካ፡ኩን።
    ብመወዳእታ፡ትርዳእ፡ዘሎካ፦እንስሳ፡ገዳማት፡ቦቶኦም፡ይፈልጡዮም፡እስካ፡ግና፡ካብ፡እንስሳ፡ገዳማት፡ዘይተሀይሽ።
    .
    (ለምን።እራስህ፡ትዋረደለህ፡እንዳትዋረድ፡ቦታህን፡ብታቅ፡ጥሩ፡መሰለኛ፡ወይም፡ደግሞ፡እንደአካባቢህ፡ሁን፡እንደአካባቢህ፡ምሰል፡ማለቴ፡አይደለም፡ሌባም፡እስከሚሰርቅ፡አካባቢውን፡ይመስላል፡ወያኔም፡በዚህ፡የተካኑ፡ናቸው፡ምክንያቱም፡እራሳቸው፡ሌቦች፡ናቸው።ስለዚህ፡እኔ፡የምልህ፡ግን፡እንደአካባቢህ፡ሁን።እደግመዋለሁ፡እንደአካባቢህ፡ሁን።
    በመጨረሻ፡አንተ፡መገንዘብ፡ያለብህ፡የድር፡አራዊቶች፡እንኮን፡ቦታቸውን፡ያቃሉ።አንተ፡ግን፡ከድር፡አራዊትም፡አትሻልም።)

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  33. እንደስራህ፡የአስለቃሽ፡ዘር፡አለብህ፡መሰለኛ።

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  34. i like this one do n't you.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O6OvmfEPSg&feature=player_detailpage

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  35. Ales you ብአካል፡እንተዘይንፋለጥም፡ብመንፈስ፡ግና፡ሐወይ፡ኢዩ።ነዚ፡ሐውይ፡ግደፎ፡ንሱ፡ንአካትኩም፡ንአካን፡ዝመስሉ፡መድሀኒቶም፡ኢዩ።
    .
    (Ales you ፡በአካል፡ባንተዋወቅም፡በመንፈስ፡ግን፡ወንድሜ፡ነው።ስለዚህ፡ልጅን፡ተወው፡እሱን፡ተወው፡እሱ፡ለእንዳንተ፡ለመሰሉ፡ሰርጎ፡ገብ፡መድሀኒታችሁ፡ነው።)

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  36. ato mekonen.
    kelbe new, amesegnalehu!!!! ante ke lelochu yeteshale lyunet mastenaged yemtchil besala sew endehonk teredchalehu, gize yilewawetal and qen ahun endezih yemiacheqachiken enafribetaln.

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  37. enes?? wendmih negn eko.

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  38. እስካ፡እንታይ፡ኢዩ፡ትብለና፡ለሚንኩም፡ብልኡ፡ኢካ፡ትብለና።
    እስካ፡ዘየንበብካዮ፡ኤርትራ፡ብሕርሻ፡ተርእዮ፡እቤት፡ንአፍሪካ፡ንአፍሪካ፡ምሳሌ፡ኢዩ።
    እስካትኩም፡ትብልዎ፡ለሚንካ።ምብላእ፡
    ኤርትራ፡ትብሎ፡ሰሪህካ፡ለፊእካ፡ምብላእ፡ኢዩ።
    ብመፀሐፍ፡ቅድስን፡ብቁራን፡ዝብሎ፡ዝብል፡ዝሰራህካሉ፡ዝለፋእካሉ፡በረከት፡አለዎ።
    ኤርትራ፡ትምረሆ፡ብቅድስ፡መፃህፍትና፡ኢዩ።
    .
    (ታድይ፡ለምኖ፡ነው፡ማብላት፡
    ፡አንተ፡ግን፡ያላነበብከው፡ኤርትራ፡በእርሻ፡የምታ

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  39. እስካ፡ጎረቤተይ፡ኢካ፡በር፡ሐወይ፡አይኮንኮን።
    .
    (አንተ፡ጎረቤቴ፡ነህ፡እንጂ፡ወንድሜ፡አይደለህም።)

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  40. tew enji!!!!!!!!! ayi yenante neger, yigermal, yetshalk neh sil, endaw ezih web site and zemed yitfa. aznalehu!!!!
    listen to this carefully.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEWtC-Wzd_8&feature=player_detailpage

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  41. ኣጻፃ(ፀ) ፍህ !! እራሱ !!!፣ ወያኔውችንና ኣገልጋዮቹን እያስለቀሰ! እናም እንደሚኣተራምስ ስለምና(ኣ)ውቅ፣ ኤርትራውያኖችን! በተለይ ኢትዮጵያ ኣደግዎ /ችን/ቻችሁን!!! ይኮበኩባል!!፣ እያለም ያኵራራናል።

    "እስካ (ኻ) ፡እንታይ፡ኢዩ (ኻ) ፡ትብለና፡ለሚንኩም፡ብልኡ(ዑ)፡ኢካ (ኻ)፡ትብለና።" ወርቅ መልስ!

    ኣደራ! ኣደራ!! ኣደራ!!!--- ኣንድም ነገር፣ ለ ---"ደቂ ኤረ ላሳምርላቸ(ችሁ) ው በሚል "ስክፍታ" ተጨንከህ ኣጻጽፋህን !! ለ ማ ረ ም እ ን ዳ ት ሞ ክ ር !!

    እንዳለው ከነ ለዛው !!!!፣ "መዓር ወለላ !" ስለሆነ ----------



    ኣደራህን እንደመጣላህ ------- ቀጥልበት!!

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  42. Did u say using the word Agame as a derogatory term is forbidden and punishable by the law the last national council, hahahahahaha Ala Agame i always call Agame, AGAME. i never see me go to jail or whooping.haha is that ur dream? well Agame boy keep on dreaming cuz it ain't gonna happen. ala Agame... ahahaha...

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  43. hahaha Agame talking about deforestation, drought, emigration, death, hunger, oppression. oh the Irony Ala Agame boy. was that ur dream again...hahahahahaha...........

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  44. እባ፡ደሀር፡የቀንየለይ፡ስቡቅ፡ክትሰምእ፡ባህሪይዊ፡ንሰብ፡ደስ፡ይብሎዩ፡፡አኔም፡ከምዚ፡ክሰምእ።ኮለኩ፡ብጣእሚ፡የኽጉሰኒ።ንአካም፡ስቡቅ፡ምዝራብ፡ስቡቅ፡ኢዩ።
    በቲ፡ቆንቆ፡እንተኮይኑ፡ዝቅይሮ፡ዋላ፡ሀንቲ፡የሎን፡ዘላትኒ፡እዚአ፡ጥራይ፡ኢያ።ክቅይሮም፡እንተደሌም፡ዘይብለይ፡ካበይ፡ከምፅኦ።
    በት፡ካልእ፡ምፅሀፈይ፡ክቅፅሎየ፡ከምትፈልጦ።ሀቅ፡፡ዝሀዘ፡ንምፅሀፍ፡ንምዝራብ፡ቀሊል፡ኢዩ።ኩልሳእ፡ሀቅ፡ዘሀዝ፡ርእሱ፡አቅኒኡ፡ዝከይድ፡ንምሳሌ፡ወያኔ፡ዝኮኑ፡አብወፃኢ፡ረአዮም፡ርእሶም፡ድንን፡አቢሎም፡ኢዮም፡ዝከድ፡ምስ።ኤርትራዊ፡ጥራይ፡ከይኮነ፡ዋላ፡ምስ፡ኢትዮጽያዊ፡ናይ፡ካልእ፡ብሄር፡እንተሪኦም፡ርእሶም፡የድንኑ፡ኢዮም፡ከምዚ፡ኮይኑስ፡ዝብላእ፡አይበላእ።
    እስካም፡ከም፡ዝሀዝካዮ፡ቀፅሎ፡ናይ፡ሕጂ፡ፀላኢና፡ቀሊል፡አይኮነን፡ናይ፡አለም፡መራከቢ፡ብኢድዩ፡ዘሎ፡ብዛእባ፡ኤርትራ፡አብ፡አለም፡ኩሉ፡ሀሶት፡እዚ፡ዘይበሀል፡ይዛረቡ፡ይፅህፉለው።
    በአል፡ወያኔን፡ምስ፡ኮደምቶም፡ተቃወምቲ(ተቆመርቲ)፡ቁፅሪ፡አይቁፀሩን፡ኢዮም፡ንአና፡ዝፀገመና፡ናይ፡አለም፡ሱበር።ባወር፡አሜሪካ፡ብሐሶትም፡ሱ

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  45. እንታይ፡ይፈልጥ፡ኢልካዮ፡ብዛእባ፡relativ እሱ።ዝፈልጥ፡ምህሳውን፡ኤርትራ፡ኤርትራ፡ምባል፡ጥራዩ

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  46. You see how much kesheger is andry at me? He wants to hook with you. I am not talking to you anymore fiona.:)))))) Good luck guys. Good happy hour.

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  47. Y seem y r here to degrade the effort made so far by pinching and provoking my fellow Eritreans. But as I understood from all yr comments, y are so frustrated that Eritrea is a sovereignty land. If I were y I wouldn't bother to make comments here otherwise I give constructive comments. Does it matter to y if our land is desert or else? Be happy about yr beautiful country and enjoy by what y have. Fellow Eritreans this guy and his friend are here just to make fun of us but they didn't know how they are mocking at themselves. There comments have no value and the responsible person for this forum should stop entertaining these people. What is the use of back and forth with these kind of people?

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  48. እንታይ።አምሀሩ፡ትብሉ።ኩልካትኩም፡አጋሜ።ወሪድዋም፡አምሀሩ።

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  49. hey friend what is ALa agame mean??

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  50. And I only wish what you are on about! Kodar, sahsah... I was trying to give you a tour of golden eritrea as you are never going to set your Shekara foot there. I thought if I put it in the form of beautiful song you might understand it, but obviously nothing seems to penetrate your Kimalam head.

    You know we are genuine people, if we have cry we don't need Aslekash like you artificial twisted people.

    By the way, I thought you guys envy our legendary artists. You have copied all of eritrean songs. Would you like me to list you some? I guess I don't need to, as you already know.
    Jealousy is going to finish you of.

    In Tigray every Bar, coffee shop and Shele bet they play eritrean music. If you even follow your Idol program every young sgame tries Abraham Afewerki's song..What does that say about you? You can emulate us but you can't be what you are not !! Stick to being MALELIT..,

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  51. little tigray.

    don't despair, i stated my honest observation of the song you dipicted, unlike other eritrean songs this one sounds leqso, sorry!!

    if you think you will be able to attract tourists by advertiaing eritrea using that song, ohhhh that is sad, i will never stape on your door step to enrich your sad arsesss.

    yes you are right you guys use to sing before your indipendence but after that you start squirking like worped object.

    why are you abset with your brothers in your south they are the same like you they love to inflate their ego, but they are better than your side as they atleast chose top stay at home and lead us by the hook or croock.

    i love abram wfeqorqi, rip but you killed him. next time show me something like this for fun.
    peace!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=GA6lpqbGUao

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  52. Horny? It shows how rude y r. Thank y any way for yr compliments and if y can y, K and the like move away from here. Enough is enough!

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  53. saba eee daniel???

    he is noughty forgive him, but your frien fiona is no where to be see can you find a replacement or will you consider it, lofs of fun and i will sing for you zumba zumba all night long,also the only tigrigna song i try is the old saba sabina but in amharic. what do you think??

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNr6DkeAzsI&feature=player_detailpage&list=PLWL4841f3wqVX0Bo9q_gWW8aA9S9nCcpv

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  54. Because Jacob is gay and his in love with Alec.

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  55. KirKir is right you are gay.

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  56. Guad who ever you are. You came here to quench your frustration. Had you not expressed your jealously and hatred using a foul language, no eritrean would have remembered you and your stinking quarter as no one would put a donkey with human class. However as an animal, yes. Oh sorry! In fact I take that back. That is a real insult to the animal class.

    Sorry, I don't know which class to put you in. I will let you know when I find out. Oh hold on. I know, if you are welaita i would class you as Welamo, if you are Ghala I would class you as Fenj Regach and if you are Amhara I would say neither a donkey nor horse. But as your stupidity and your ignorance suggests, I strongly believe that you are a cross-bread between Agame and Amhara! Damn, that still leaves you with no class..

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  57. The last time I checked, Ethiopians are still eating from the garbage. Aren't they?

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  58. You need to clean and extract the woyane sperm out of your ass first. Then maybe we will hook you up with Jacob.

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  59. little tigray.
    gudguad wust yasgebahna mndn new yemtzebarqew?? jealousy, jealousy,jealous about what??? is there anything to be jealous at, come on bro grow up, and smell the coffeee/ethiopian one::)))))it does n't make sense to waste your valuble time to write this gibrish to express your hate, instead why do not you think about peace, every thing is tastless with out peace, do not undermine ethiopians, we are goog people and your close brothers and sisters.
    take care
    peace!!!!!!!!!!!

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  60. That is definitely Tizita Silver Back! what could you do, Red-Sea is Eritrean. Never mind, you still have Tana. By the way, is that Gebru Asrat or Simon Bereke? who knows, they all look alike. That could even be Prime Minister Welamo Desalegn.

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  61. The problem with you our southern neighbours is, you don't want to hear the truth. We are not angry, you were just told what is what. Humans connect with humans. How could we possibly connect with sub-human?There is no humanity or a single decent bone in your body. We don't hate you, we just pity you. By the way, sorry we are not family! We never were! We tried our best to co-exist as neighbours, but you destroyed that by doing what you do best, bringing out your true backstabbing traits. Please don't waste your time by trying to connect, you don't belong here. This was a discussion about Eritrea between Eritreans.....

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