Late Renown Singer Madingo Afework Singing At Home

He was well known for his folk music. He and other artists traveled to the front lines of the TPLF conflict to provide entertainment for the Ethiopian Defense Force soldiers. On his social media website, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed posted a message of sympathy.

“Artist Madingo Afework’s passing makes me sad. In his brief life, this artist has made significant contributions to his country. When the nation was assaulted, he overcame his infirmity and went to the front lines of battle to encourage the army. He has inspired brand-new recruits.
His PM wrote, “May his soul rest in peace. Additionally, he amused brand-new recruits in military boot camps.

Mandigo was raised in Gonder, where he was born. According to the ENA report, he began playing music at a young age in a military barracks close to the areas of Gondar where he was raised. He arrived in Addis Abeba at the age of ten to join the “Zema Lastas” Music Band.

His well-known songs, including “Wusejiat,” “Tizta,” “Aman New Woy Goraw,” and “Siyame Atahulat,” are regarded as classics by his followers.

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