Negadras Abebe Eshetu -The first Ethiopian car driver and first engineer (from Germany) with the first mechanic.
In 1900, Moses Hollis, a German who had returned to Ethiopia after his departure, asked German for three young men to teach him what he had taught in the country and he said: "Yes, my handmade hands are so clever enough to drive and repair a car. Let's go, "he said," because he decided to go to Germany to study the automobile for two and a half years.
They are the first Ethiopian car driver and have a valid driver license (Germany). The first opera clay in Ethiopian music history was made by Negadras Abebe Eshetu and the age at Menelik (1910).
When he went to Germany, he was able to get his driving training and gave the first Amharic melody with clay. Ask their German band "You Are Wise Voice" in their German style, playing the Ethiopian capital and vocalists in 17 styles. The company took a 17-month mark and paid 17,000 German markers to the drama owner.
Not only in those days, but in our country, these areas are also collected in Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. These 16 clay peers comprise two double tons, with a total of 32 chords.
Yeshua's name was Borna, father of Ato Esayatubu and his mother, Emanuel Welayes Habib, who was born on July 20, Their father, Ato Eshetu, was the head of Ras Mekonnen as he stood up and stabbed himself as he headed to Harar, where he took them as a babysitter and completed his studies at Harar. Their father, Ato Haste, was killed and he followed up with his teenage son, Asmara II, in Addis Ababa. He is the father of Ato Dedan, the father of Ethiopian sport.
Negadras Tessema Eshete
The first Ethiopian, the photographer, the songwriter, the poet, the artist, the businessman, the merchant, and driver and driver Negadras have been keen and eager to start a number of new things in their day. In addition to their song skills, they are said to be the pioneer of new skills by making various drawings and shapes.He was considered to be brave and he loved to express his passion and his views freely face-to-face.