“Christmas in Eritrea is one of the festivals of the country which is celebrated with great pomp and joy. Christmas in Eritrea is celebrated on two days. The first is celebrated on 25th December, while the second which is called Leddet or Geez Christmas, is celebrated on 7th January. On these two days, the inhabitants are in a merry mood.”

“Christmas in Eritrea is one of the festivals of the country which is celebrated with great pomp and joy. Christmas in Eritrea is celebrated on two days. The first is celebrated on 25th December, while the second which is called Leddet or Geez Christmas, is celebrated on 7th January. On these two days, the inhabitants are in a merry mood.”

I do not believe and I must not that such ridiculous and groundless accusations were been conceived in pure Kunama’s mind. But, as a matter of the argument let us consider as act of a puppet one, if that is case let me ask him the following questions:

I do not believe and I must not that such ridiculous and groundless accusations were been conceived in pure Kunama’s mind. But, as a matter of the argument let us consider as act of a puppet one, if that is case let me ask him the following questions:

  This message is from Eritrean Kunamas who live in North America. We are sending this message believing that you would take it seriously and seek a solution for its ending. Before saying what we want, it should be born in mind that it is not victory but shame for us Kunama to be in America because of the crisis in our country.

  This message is from Eritrean Kunamas who live in North America. We are sending this message believing that you would take it seriously and seek a solution for its ending. Before saying what we want, it should be born in mind that it is not victory but shame for us Kunama to be in America because of the crisis in our country.