Ethiopians urge Britain to return bones of ‘stolen’ prince after 150 years - News Summed Up

Ethiopians urge Britain to return bones of ‘stolen’ prince after 150 years


Sissay, whose birth mother was Ethiopian, has been invited to speak about Alemayehu by the Ethiopian goverment in June. He deserves, too, for his remains to go back to Ethiopia, back to where he was stolen from.”Facebook Twitter Pinterest Prince Alemayehu, right, with Tristram Speedy. “Ethiopians revere Prince Alemayehu as a young prisoner of war – he was only seven years old when taken hostage,” it said in a statement. “Prince Alemayehu remains the son of a hero, who chose to end his own life, rather than surrender to foreign soldiers. “The government of Ethiopia is committed to ensuring that Her Majesty the Queen’s 2007 consent to repatriate the remains of Prince Alemayehu is realised.


Source: Ethiopian News April 14, 2018 23:03 UTC


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