Amanuel Sahle Joins Awate Writers
Awate.com is pleased to announce that the prolific writer Amanuel Sahle has joined the team of its writers. His column at awate.com is called Eri-Post and readers can reach him at. Amanuel Sahle was born in Asmara in 1944 and went to school at the Swedish Evangelical School and Haile Selassie High School in Asmara and later graduated from Haile Selassie University in Addis Ababa with a bachelor’s degree in French Litrature and World History.
Amanuel Sahle was born in Asmara in 1944 and went to school at the Swedish Evangelical School and Haile Selassie High School in Asmara and later graduated from Haile Selassie University in Addis Ababa with a bachelor’s degree in French Litrature and World History.
He was a French teacher for many years both in high school and University of Asmara and after the independence of Eritrea , he joined the Ministry of Information where he worked as a reporter, translator, columnist and briefly headed the English Unit of EriTV.
At Haddas Ertra, Amanuel used to have a very popular column known as Hanti Alem. Among his other known works are: Comprehensive Tigrinya Grammar; Good Morning Eritrea; and The Universe According to Delphine.
He spends most of his time reading on and writing about social and philosophical issues. By way of introducing himself to the Awate Team, Amanuel said, “I like to see things from a universal or cosmic point of view. I hate fanaticism in all its forms. I don’t like division and confrontation.”
On how he would like to see Eritrea, Amanuel said, “I wish Eritrea to be a democratic country at peace with its neighbors and with itself—as they say, Democracy is the worst system of government but there is no alternative.”
Amanuel Sahle is a father of three children and he lives in Sweden with his wife and children.
Please join us in welcoming Amanuel to the awate.com family.
The Awate Team