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Pre-colonial African History:
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Post-colony Africa:
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Landmark Events

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Form of State, Government & Regime type, Legislative, Judiciary, Executive Branches of Governments. 

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Launched at Landmark Event in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital and the chartered seat of the African Union (AU) on January 1997.

Founder & Chief Content Editor: Moges Mulugeta Amharay (Laureate, Ed-D Arts, Hon.) 

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The Essential & Complete web guide to the African countries, people and politics: is a chronology with the arrangement of events or timelines in the order in which they happened, collected versions giving basic information or instructions nearly 55 African Nation states in A to Z (ALGERIA-ZIMBABWE) format. An Afro friendly website with e-commerce strategy content affiliated with digitally separated four-colours e-Map and e-Poster publications charged with the mandate of Afro resources mobilization, partnerships and collaborations, taking lead in the Edutainment and Peace building initiatives. Competitiveness and resilience is the key and crucial for Knowledge and innovation based management organs such as ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE (Eth.). Learn how to best use our Afro friendly platform with extensive assistance from Afro Civics-Ethics knowledge and innovation management experts. Be at home and abroad with Africacomplete.org and the like minded and passionate young Africans just like yourself who are on a journey to leading a life and career of impact. 

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The Norway based Bergen Afro Arts Festival (BAAFEST) Award-winning blogger of this website, is a Social scientist, Researcher, Media consultant, Political analyst, Academic writer, Governance expert, Peace maker by profession: is a Digital Education Specialist and Chief Content Editor of the blog Africacomplete.org, eMedia edutainment platform, an affiliated website of ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE (Eth.) an Afro Intro, Civics & Ethics learning, mind empowerment, and youth mentoring blog. It has to be recalled that columnist and academic Moges Mulugeta, who was simply exercising his fundamental rights to freedom of speech, wrote several opinion articles in local journals. 

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Letters of Recognition, Testimonial, Appraisal as well as positive remarks were declared by a number of career African diplomats, authorities, the multi-disciplinary elite Africans, non-African nationals, and ICT professionals whose were the ones endorsed their public approval or support as an act of assessing the correctness of facts and figures mentioned at our Afro friendly web production here below,


“It’s an excellent job that Mr. Moges Mulugeta is trying to do”
-Mohammed “Mo” Amin (the late) of Camerapix/Reuters TV Africa Journal based in Nairobi, Kenya, victim of the 1996 hijacked Ethiopian Airlines Flight number 906 jetliner crashed at the territorial waters of the Comore islands.

“The e-Map Africa and the Afro friendly website, Africacomplete.org projected by Mr. Mulugeta: is a highly visual and detailed venture that gives relevant information to scholars and people who are interested in general information pertaining Africa and the selected African countries. I’d therefore recommend it as a e-resource and e-reference material.”  -Ken Karangi, Digital Educationist and Basic Education curriculum expert at Text Book Center (TBC), Nairobi, Kenya. 

“I have read Mr. Mulugeta’s draft African Almanac version, I recommend you to read it. It’s an excellent initiative, and think it’s quite in order. Moges ingeniously finds ways to serve the general public especially in terms of empowering and promoting the entirety of the African continent.”  
-The Hon. Dr. Ibrahim Dagash Ibrahim (retired Sudanese) -ex-Head of Press and Information Department of the defunct OAU, the predecessor of the African Union Interim Commission (AUIC).

“The e-Map of Africa produced by Mr. Moges Mulugeta Blatta Amharay is a useful tool in the teaching of African history, culture and geography, and will hopefully find users in schools and other teaching institutions that are concerned with Africa.” -Anne Kristin Bang (PhD), Norwegian head of African and Middle East Centre, and Associate Professor of History, Archaeology, Cultural and Religious Studies at the University of Bergen (UiB), Norway.  

“Since October 1992, Moges Mulugeta, an Ethiopian by nationality has through his own initiative contacted all OAU Member States and has been able to prepare a Geo-political country profiles of African States entitled, ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE (The Essential & Complete e-Guide to the African countries, people and politics). Such Afro friendly country manuals, the first of it’s kind, has been fully supported by the OAU General Secretariat as it provides useful profiles of member states in alphabetical order as also written accurately in reasonable depth, it definitely will go a long way towards publicizing the member states and our continental organization at home and abroad. The OAU General secretariat, would, therefore, appreciate any assistance that would be extended regarding the promotion of this handy publication to Ethiopian embassies abroad, NGO’s, Colleges, the University, Public libraries, and the general public through the media i.e. etv, radio, et-al.” -The Honorable Ambassador Ahmed Hagag (retired Egyptian diplomat), Acting Secretary-General of the ex-Organization of African Unity (OAU), the predecessor of the African Union Interim Commission (AUIC) 

 “I express my personal admiration to this young and growing Ethiopian’s, endeavour the time and patience he paid to bring his wish into reality.” -The Honorable Wolde-Mikhael Chemu (the late), ex-Federal Minister of Information and Culture served under Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia /FDRE/ ministerial cabinet existed between 1995 and 2000.  

“This is an Afro e-guide platform intended to introduce individual African countries, people and politics. It gives geographic, economic, cultural and historical information on the African continent. It also contains general information on all the African nation states in A to Z (ALGERIA to ZIMBABWE) format. The information include, the colonization era, struggle for independence, the decolonization process, and the post-colony era such as form of state, legislation, judiciary, the nominated person to office as a leaders (the past and the present), main spoken languages, races, tribes, economic, and the cultural aspects are the main ones. Mr. Mulugeta, we have assessed all about the above mentioned e-manuscript, and feel that you have every right to be proud of your achievement”. -Kenneth Jumba, Publishing Manager at Kenya Literature Bureau (KLB) , Nairobi, Kenya.

“Moges, you have dedicated many years of your life to bring knowledge about Africa to learners everywhere. Your work is commendable, and your dedication to this cause gives me inspiration.” –Mr. Øyvind Høynes, CEO of Norwegian Digital Learning Arena (NDLA) /Digitale læremidler for videregående opplæring/ Bergen.

“Mr. Mulugeta has worked tirelessly in order to complete these two projects. These twin projects are of significant value to all students and the general public who would like to learn more about African States as well as providing an important reference tool for academic institutions. Signor Stefano Gardone, head at Batteriet VestNorge, Bergen, Norway.  

“What events in pre-colonial African history should be on a high school curriculum? Here at ‘The Academy’, as it is also called, we do not say ‘pre-colonial”. Our secondary school pupils may have heard the term and thought it correct, but at some point you grow up and learn that Pluto is not a planet. The African continent has played host to multiple colonisations. So to the question of ‘pre-colonial African history’, you demonstrate the knowledge and high academic standards we expect of our pupils by asking which?” -Academie Emmanuel Nwawolisa-Francis Nwawolisa Ogomwegbunam, Nigerian with a history degree. –


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Alphabetic African Timeline: Is an independent storytelling version compiled from different sources consulted by a multi-disciplinary African group of scholars in the field, created mainly to promote and empower the African continent. Individual countries locator map, national flag, and Coat of Arms of the countries mentioned below are copyrights by and used with permission by notification to the CIA Country Year Book of 2012 to 2021.  

  • National Education & Knowledge based administration portal, Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MinT), 

  • Early & Basic Education portals at the Center For Education ICT (CE-ICT), Federal Ministry of Education (MoE).

  • Ethiopian Educational Research Network (ETHERNET) portal, for higher educational use at School of Civics & Ethics Education, Information Technology, School of Business & Economics, School of Community Development, School of Journalism and Massmedia Communication, Federal Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MoSHE) 

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  • Pan-African youth mentoring Edutainment “Afrikawinet”, literally meaning for “pan-Africanism” tv show program intended to be transmitted at the national ETV channel in a sponsorship method through Ethiopia Radio and TV Agency (ERTA) IT Broadcast, the subsidiary part of Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC).  

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Esteemed admirers and web visitors, 

As freelance content writer and editor, I am equipped with skills of time and resource management, resource allocation and proper web customer handling activities for a content hiring company entitled “ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE (Eth.)” based in Addis Ababa the Ethiopian capital, and the seat of the African Union Commission (AUC). I had  kindly served the general public with the curiosity of over two decades old through eagle eyes of online educative entertainment (Edutainment) activities. 

                                                            “Ambition is Key to Success” -Chief Content Editor

I’m delightful to share with burned matters close to my hearts, mind and ideas that I find stimulating, and some practical tips and leads that you might find useful. Yes, first, my lots of thanks once again for your interest to visit our public domain at, Africacomplete.org which’s an affiliate website of “Alphabetic African Timeline”. When you use our strategic content hiring platform, that does mean, you’re trusting us highly with your information. I am very grateful to all of you and your outpouring support in the past several years. I thankfully and gratefully acknowledge the technical support and the material assistance provided by large number of agencies, professionals, individuals and distinguished personalities in the preparation of this useful hypertext as part of our further plan to empower the African continent and it’s general public. 

       “The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of it’s citizens” -Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus

According to historians, “when you study history, study the historian, when you study the historian, study the time in which that history is written”. In this work we have reflected on Afro socio-culture traditions, and the values of the Africans in urban areas as well as the countryside, followed with reliable information dealing with the continent’s socio-historic, socio-economic, and the Geo-political features in alphabetic A – Z (Algeria to Zimbabwe) order. Some projections show that by the end of this century 1 in every 3 people on earth will be African. By the year 2035 Africa will have the youngest population in the world. This youth bloom will be a blessing or a curse depending on how we equip the youth. What I really tell about “Africacomplete.org” for our followers at a new Afro e-Commerce edutainment content hiring transformation. Since I started gathering resources for such public diary in mid November 1993, it was with the purpose of publishing or compiling it in an ordinary handbook volume form, but I have gone now beyond that, and think it’s quite nice to make it at hypertext level for the international audience. Esteemed web visitors and admirers, 

I’m delighted to share with burned matters close to my hearts, mind and ideas that I find stimulating, and some practical tips and leads that you might find useful. Yes, first, my lots of thanks once again for your interest to visit our public domain at, Africacomplete.org which’s an affiliate website of “Alphabetic African Timeline”.  When you use our strategic content hiring platform, that does mean, you’re trusting us highly with your information. 

It also comprises all Press reviews i.e. Radio, Printing press, E-media (TV) and Webs (online) productions aiming to foster information exchange on the African nation states among media owners and shape up more effective ways to meet the news and information needs of native Africans, Diaspora, and the international community as a whole. . 

       “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the World” -Nelson Mandela 

I am very grateful to all of you and your outpouring support in the past. I thankfully acknowledge the technical support and the material assistance provided by a large number of agencies, professionals and individuals in the preparation of this useful hypertext as part of our further plan to empower Africa. Such hypertext is an exceptional opportunity to upscale your personal knowledge on to the African continent. It provides daily news, analysis and insightful discussions on events such as Rule of Law & Civility, Illicit transfers, Human Rights Violations, Political Incarceration, Press Suppression, Stolen Elections, Rule of Thugs, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, Kleptocracy, Corruption, Thugocracy, and Tortures in Detention cells concerning the African continent in A to Z (ALGERIA-ZIMBABWE format. 

    “Your confidence and hardwork is the best medicine to kill the disease called “failure”. It will make you a successful person” 

As mentioned, “Alphabetic African Timeline”, is a jump-start hyper volume supported by large number of resident-African diplomats, head diplomatic missions, press attaches, political councilors et-al, most of whom were invaluably contributed to its contents, by providing written handouts as well as oral orientation on the said topic. Readers of such “Alphabetic Africa In reasonable Depth – Take An Overview On The African Continent” may raise concerns perhaps why one country’s text is lengthy or too wordy while others are shorter. Take note, it’s not an easy task for an individual single handed person to collect the right information from the right source or the right person concerned getting them with better knowledge of their respective country or government in particular. For this reason, we have put all information as received from our sources, some of them are politically sensitive contents, and some are insensitive ones, some shorter, others longer, some indicated with date/month/ year, and some diaries indicated by only year. Of course, one must not forget that figures in this hyper version can be updated with the changing situations of Africa too. I therefore kindly request esteemed readers to look at situations into that context. 

Secondly, one might accuse the Compiler/Editor of this website favoring his home country, which perhaps needs a polite response, truth be told here, one must not forget that, the general importance of Ethiopia, my beloved country in the African continent. As well known, Ethiopia is one of the 10 oldest nations in the world that has never been colonized by any imperial power except a brief period of occupation: the only African nation with its own Ge’ez Alphabets and numerics: the country that practiced Christianity before the Europeans it  accepted Islam before the Middle East: the first country that started with the tree-colors flag that everyone rocks without even knowing what does it means (Green, Yellow, Red) and the origin of Ras-Taffarianism: one of the few countries in the world that is mentioned both in The Holy Quoran & The Christian Bible.. over 50 times: a source country of The Blue Nile that’s fed by over 90 local tributaries, contributes the 86% of the water flow to the Greater  Nile River, the lifeline of Egyptians: the country that is the origin of the Coffee-Arabica that you missed not to drink: the first African nation state to win gold medal through its brave athletes like Abebe Bikila, Mamo Wolde, Mirutse Yifter, Derartu Tulu, Haile Gebreselassie et-al at the Olympics arena: the country with so much and diverse culture and spirituality that someone can’t even comprehend.

It’s true that Ethiopia pre-1950s, was the only and lonely African non-colonized nation, but not remains lonely these days, we have now nearly fifty five African independent nation states. Yes, thanks to the  gallant freedom-loving Africans, and non-African friends, times and circumstances have certainly changed. And now everything was falling right into place, as it has been taken me over 28 years on the making, it’s often a venture with a single person intended to cover the entire African continent of about 55 countries issued here to commemorate the independence of African nation states, from the centenary of the founding of the west African state of Liberia, the oldest republic in Africa backdated July, 1847 to the founding of the recent Republic of South Sudan stood in July, 2011 are integrated into an elaborately designed display system that invites sustained attention to such often overlooked media. 

   “Black colour is sometimes sentimentally bad, but every blackboard at school premises makes the students’ life brighter.”

I therefore request an esteemed audience to look at situations into that context. Even if events are quite-frequently changeable, these are considered of extreme importance as collectively make up Africa’s heritage. “Alphabetic African Timeline” documents this heritage in a more sustainable, clear and understandable way, giving concrete information on what every responsible and patriotic African should know or interested non-African friends of Africa supposed to know. African countries and civic institutions need to have a set of strategies to help raise Africa.

As Digital Content Editor of “Alphabetic African Timeline”, I am extremely excited about the direction in which we have embarked onto such a strategy version, which continues to be well represented by the press, the academia, legislators (lawmakers) and others in the judiciary. Since the launch of “ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE”, there has been a great deal of encouraging news to reflect on. I remain gratified by the diversity of contributions from individuals, professionals, the academia and civic societies, within Ethiopia, from Africa and the wider world.
In the first issue of 2014 alone, we have published articles and commentaries addressing the sub-Saharan Africa policy debates on various African nation states on socio-politics,  socio-economic and social-development issues. It has also been a good year in terms of a subject which persons or individuals think about and of course we look forward to working with guest editors to publish their proposed collections of commentaries, views, opinions and analysis which cover the full spectrum of Africa.

I would take this moment once again to acknowledge elite Africans, resident diplomats, professionals, individuals and colleagues at the media for their understanding and earnest co-operation during my door-to-door approach to gather resource materials for this hyper text at the African government embassies based in Addis Ababa, the seat of the African Union (AU). 

 “Our skills, creativity and determination can make a real difference for our web visitors, digital educationists, online strat content hiring businesses and colleagues. At AfricaComplete.org we’re committed to helping web visitors, and e-Learners on Africa make that difference.” -Chief Content Editor 

I therefore kindly request esteemed Africans and non-African readers of this mentoring website once again to look into situations in that context. I would very much appreciate it if we are able to work together, and would be happy to provide you with some inspiration as to how this can be brought or promoted to the African and international audience. As perhaps no diaspora African previously produced such a collected hyper volume ‘Alphabetic African Timeline’, can be considered as an indigenous initiative of its kind, gained through hard work, dedication, commitment, loyalty, patriotism and philanthropy, which I think could be highly useful to future generations of Africa, especially to help portraying the outer image of the African continent. Direct and to the point, it was with those questions in the back of my mind that I settled it out in November 1993 to address the general public across the African continent. I strongly commend the editorial advisory team’s significant effort in ensuring neutrality and the correctness of contents and articles described at inside pages. I am very sympathetic to all of them once again, the origins of my endeavor lay in that, such a historic diary could be a quick-reference material providing pieces on the African socio-historic and  socio-cultural events for higher academic institutions, embassies & head diplomatic missions, governmental, UN specialized agencies, non-governmental, civic societies, business communities, and individual household families across the continent and among people from all walks of life. 

  “Don’t read success stories, you’ll only get messages. Read failure stories, you will get some ideas to success”

I would therefore sincerely commend web visitors this diary as a good resource and reference material for both Africans and non-Africans friends wishing to have a general knowledge on Africa. I finally have the feeling of doing something useful and educational for the African general public. The great American intellect and pastor, Dr. Robert H. Schuller in his book entitled, “Success is Never Ending [and] Failure is Never Final”, in page 48 quoted as saying, “e-Civic Education & Entertainment is the acquisition of knowledge. As important as it is, knowledge cannot take the place of wisdom. Recognize that formal education may or may not be a solid basis for responsible self-confidence. If academic degrees have increased knowledge but have diminished wisdom, then formal education has diminished wisdom, then formal education has become counter-productive.” In this regard, more Africans and non-African friends should be able to understand how/why to use this quick reference and resource “Country Manuals on African Nation States”, which I assembled in the last 28 years. The Africans especially in the diaspora should be able to understand and co-operate with such indigenous initiatives. 

                   “When you cease learning in life, meaning that you are on the dying” -Albert Einstein

Meantime, I should like to sternly note esteemed readers that some little or idle minds are always ready to blame others and deny credit space where it’s due! The problem with closed minded people is that their mouse is always open. Here “Country Manuals on African states” which can perhaps be considered a tip of the iceberg, re-wrote on each African nation state in a reliable and understandable way. Though, at last I have to cheer up with such a local phrase “chiggre yellem,” as my countrymen usually term it in the official Amharic language “no problem”, the general public have its own choice at last. I am now proud to be an Ethiopian producer of such collected hyper volume estimated at 18,500+ pages over the African continent. Yes, I hopefully can be part and parcel of this process in the foreseeable future, to contribute immensely to an even greater success. That would be a fantastic honor for all of us.  

                   “An investment in Knowledge always pays the best interest”
-Benjamin Franklin 

Moges Mulugeta Amharay (Laureate, Ed-D Arts, Hon.) : holds an Education Degree on Arts & Digital Education in a Graduate School of Education at Levanger, middle Norway with a specialization in African studies from the University of Bergen (UiB) in western Norway. An Award winning blogger of this website whose ceremoniously made by the Norway based Bergen Afro Arts Festival (BAAFEST) : is a Digital Education Specialist, and a blogger  at Africacomplete.org is the best online selling in-demand of Africa’s leading social media content hiring platform is also one of the most dedicated pan-African websites. He is the notable and recognized founder, proprietor and chief content editor who’s highly engaged in editorial tasks of such media content hiring production. Alphabetic African Timeline mainly used for civics, ethics and entertainment purposes which’s that can be used at early, basic and higher educational premises. He specializes in education, ethnography, and comparative politics. He has worked as a blogger and principal editor at a blog called Africacomplete.org as well as digital education specialist for universities, education media companies, Afro forums and foundations. His previous roles have included working as senior e-Learning Education Specialist at ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE, an edutainment e-Media reaching about 4.6 million viewers in Eastern Africa alone. 

The legend oversees the whole editorial process of such Afro friendly website, bringing incredible content on the latest content hiring business industry trends, technology and e-Learning innovations directly to web visitors. Think no more need to waste your time by going to the school or college premises to learn about the entire Africa. With such website you can easily learn from wherever you are through Internet or mobile friendly access or stop by one of our conveniently installed Afro friendly websites. Our dedicated Afro web portal: is a multi-platform civics education, entertainment and media production, powered by its own proprietary digital culture and entertainment contents for it’s dedicated and influential audience across the glob. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to serve you earnestly: and for your continued support. We appreciate you for being part of our literal journey, and for your stronger support. 

“Blatta” is a literal meaning for “Laureate” or “Social critic”, according to the local Ge’ez trend, it was an aristocratic literal title awarded by the last Imperial regime of the Solomonic dynasty reigned Ethiopia for a period of thousand years that ended up in September 1974

I grew up in a small town called “Gonde” in the former Arussi province of the last Solomonic Imperial regime at maternal female grandparent side whom she barely made minimum wage until I walked away for a senior secondary schooling in Assela, the provincial town in 1973. My clothes were even hand made and second hands, and often my grandma would have to trim down our daily food from the nearby Ethiopian “holy savior church” as an “Aquabit”, meaning for committed service provider to the church in order to afford our daily meal. For that reason, I’ve always been a dreamer, that’s what my grandma taught me to never give up with the hope of creating atmosphere that could make it happen to reach for my further destiny to afford which I followed quite literally.

I completed senior high school at my age of 18 in the famous Ras Dargie senior secondary school, later to be known as Assela comprehensive high school, during the extreme violent years of 1977 to 1979, then no higher education to continue further rather than idly sit in time of the country’s severe sliding to civil war that existed until the country’s relative stability comes in the summer of 1979, and had no job to work for the time at government offices or enterprises until I started a clerical job in a position of Tally clerk at the Red sea port of Assab in June 1980 in the former Assab Autonomous Administrative Region under Ethiopian administration at the former Ethiopian Marine Transport Authority (MTA) at my 26 years of age, where as the port of Assab is virtually under existence while the northern red sea port of Massawa fell in the hands of the Eritrean Peoples Liberation Front (EPLF) secessionist forces in February 1990, which until the voluntary separation of Ethiopia and Eritrea ended up with the Eritrean independence in-de-facto in May, 1991.

My few words to my admirers and web visitors, but heartfelt

I began my communication career at age of early 30s as promotion director at Teamwork Commercial Business PLC, that later followed by Commercial Transit Advertising shortly known as “COMAD” as Transit Advertising officer. I started serving “ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE”, an educational entertaining Afro Intro, mind empowerment, and youth mentoring civics content hiring platform in various roles from proof reading to chief digital content editor titles across online for over quarter a century. During this period and years later, I have grown my personal knowledge on African studies, digital media communication skills and overall experiences across all areas of the digital content hiring platform specifically based on Civics & Ethics Education, instrumental self rules, entertainment, and other knowledge based subjects. The value and fulfillment that this has brought to my professional and personal skill growth, is pretty priceless. For me, it has and continues to be toughest career challenge and a journey worth trip. I am still being drawn to our amazing Afro friendly e-Country manuals that has allowed me to grow both personally and professionally. 

As I am a born Afro optimist and believe that we will see a brighter and better future through positive Digital economy, I’ve gained lots of classic experiences and developed my technical and communication skills over Afro friendly Edutainment platform that I’ve been exposed to. As Digital Content Editor, keeping up myself with content hiring industry changes is key, so really, I value the e-Learning, e-Teaching, e-Content hiring processions and other related educational, civic entertainment opportunities afforded to me.”

Frankly speaking, I wish I could be careful in terms of money saving and management, then I would have to be a bit comfortable. In my previous life as a UN Relief officer at the port of Assab, I wish I could say openly that I have had a sharing personality such as to the poor and disadvantaged ones. I remember I had been a high earner of money, but not a saver of money in my past working life. And that’s okay, because my aspirations are for professional satisfaction and fulfillment equipped with an entrepreneurial mindset more than having a bank account. As William R. Goldstone (2013) quoted as saying, “your blessing is not your fat bank account, your wealth or your material possessions. Your blessing is what lies at the centre of your heart – it is humility, it is forgiveness, it is love, it’s sincerity, it is the ability to touch the heart and minds of others, to lift them from their existence of anxiety and fear, to free them of any bondage that assigns limits to their lives, to open their eyes to the true existence of our creator – to convert them and to unleash them to continue the ambassadorial or evangelical duty of peace, of love and of forgiveness. 

I began my career at my age of early 30s as Promotion Director at Teamwork Commercial Business PLC, then at Commercial Transit Advertising shortly known as “COMAD” as Advert coordinator. I Started serving “ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE”, an educational entertaining Afro Intro, mind empowerment, and youth mentoring civics content hiring platform in various roles from proof reading to chief digital content editor titles across online for over quarter a century. During this period and years later, I have grown my personal knowledge on African studies, digital media communication skills and overall experiences across all areas of the digital content hiring platform specifically based on Civics & Ethics Education, instrumental administrative self-rules, entertainment, and other knowledge based subjects. 

The value and fulfillment that this has brought to my professional and personal skill growth, is pretty priceless. For me, it has and continues to be toughest career challenge and a journey worth trip. I am still being drawn to our amazing Afro friendly e-Country manuals that has allowed me to grow both personally, morally, and  professionally. 

As I am a born Afro optimist and believe that we will see a brighter and better future through positive Digital economy i.e. eCommerce, I’ve gained lots of classic experiences and developed my technical and communication skills over such Afro friendly Edutainment platform that I’ve been exposed to. As Chief Digital Content Editor of this website, keeping up myself with content hiring industry changes is key, so really, I value the e-Learning, e-Teaching, e-Content hiring processions and other related educational, civic entertainment opportunities highly afforded to me.”  

My sincere vote of thanks to my friends in need

I’m a Freelance Content Writer & Editor for Hire based in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital with the curiosity of over 10 year old and eagle eye of education and entertainment (Edutainment) activities.

I’m delighted to share with burned matters close to my hearts, mind and ideas that I find stimulating, and some practical tips and leads that you might find useful. Yes, first, my lots of thanks once again for your interest to visit our public domain at, Africacomplete.org which’s an affiliate website of “Alphabetic African Timeline”. 

My writing has been endorsed by continental organs such as the defunct Organization of African Unity (OAU), embassies of African governments, and the High Representative Council (HRC) to the African Union (AU), and others. 

CONTENT EDITING – Whether you just need a few tweaks here and there or a full rewrite, please, come up with your ideas to get your back. 

BLOG POSTS, ARTICLES for your content hiring business that connects with the public and converts your audience back to you is highly welcome.

When you use our strategic content hiring platform, that does mean, you’re trusting us highly with your information. I am very grateful to all of you and your outpouring support in the past. I thankfully acknowledge the technical support and the material assistance provided by a large number of agencies, professionals and individuals in the preparation of this useful hypertext as part of our further plan to empower Africa. 

As well known, Africacomplete.org is an Afro friendly youth mentoring website which’s highly co-opted, supported and affiliated by thousands of Early, Basic, Higher Educational institutes, Public Diplomacy, Mass media agencies, and the academia as well. We would also like to thank our audience once again for requesting us further details, since we have provided you with historic, geographic, Afro economic information through launch editions of “Alphabetic African Timeline” e-publications released in the past. Government owned enterprises, interested groups such as e-Commerce edutainment content hiring processors in the past several years were also taken up the lead support on this project. Since we have taken hard efforts in this noble web project in the last three decades, however, it would not have been possible without the kind support and help obtained from embassies of African governments based in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital and the seat of the African Union Commission (AUC). 

I would like to thank distinguished delegated personalities, career African diplomats, individuals, professionals, artists, and voluntary organs residing in the Ethiopian capital were the highest contributors for this web project. I would therefore like to extend my sincere thanks and gratitude to all of them once again. I am highly indebted to all of them, their guidance and outpouring support in providing necessary administrative and secretarial assistance from the starting in regard to this web project. I thank them for their unending support and contribution towards the finalization of the project. Esteemed visitors, I highly appreciate your frequent visits at our Afro friendly Edutainment platform and rejoice after having served such a great number of web visitors so kindly offer us a chance and we promise not to disappoint you at least. Your further interest to be more affiliated with “ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE” is highly valued. Detailed information on each African nation state with up-to-date overview section included by 55 separated locator maps, illustrated country flags and coat of arms (emblem), with Country Fact File, and the Economic Overview section at the end, it can be used as quick informative reference material for individual living room at individual households, high schools, and administrative offices. We are always looking ways to improve our customers’ service and experience. We look forward to hearing from you either in person, on the telephone, or by e-mail at, africacomplete61@gmail.com 

Esteemed visitors,
We are delighted to let you know that ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE an Afro Intro, e-Civics-ethics edutainment platform, digitized youth mentoring website and the editorial team of ALPHABETIC AFRICAN TIMELINE, mind empowerment, that enabled, encouraged, and empowered to bring your attention to the entirety of Africa. We are committed to continue providing secure, affordable, and innovative payment solutions to our consumers. We appreciate you for all the support you have accorded us over the years. You may also wish to ask us to call you back between certain times to suit you by using the address indicated. I wish you all the best success and achievement in your professional advancement and career. 

 

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If you are making changes and putting in effort to improve, you have my RESPECT.


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