“Thank you!” by Yelegoy Ngakarama

Yelegoy Ngakarama (The First Suri Linguist from Suri community in history) – 17 July 2019 Hello everyone, ሰላም! It’s time to Thank. Above all, Glory, Praise, Thanks be to the #Lord God who showed me his mercy, guidance, protection, and knowledge with heavenly wisdom. Without Lord, I wouldn’t make it. Thank you Father Lord God. For those who celebrated my graduation together with me, I am so happy for coming. Thank you for sharing my happiness with my family and thank your all the gifts you gave me. In addition I would love thank everyone who have been beside me encouraging, advising, rebuking and guiding me to stay strong and finish my University career with great success. #My family: Without the intention to make you proud, I wouldn’t make it, thank you mom and Dad for understanding my situation and have patience on me. I’m happy to see your smile on your face. I hope I did make you proud. And I’m sure God willing I’ll make you even prouder. #Suri Community (Woreda): Thank you my Suri woreda. You have shown me education to my life, family and community. Thank you for nurturing me and believing in me. I hope I have made you proud. #Bryant‘s family who took care of me for many years: I call you my parents as well because without you I couldn’t resist for long. #Mike (Dad), your love, advise, encouragement, humble personality and grea1t […]

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A message from our Mun brother to Yelegoy

from Olisarali Olibui – 16 July 2019 Ermiya be tino Suri ke Yelegoy ŋamɛya aɗɛsɛ timirti tii na ɗeya na ŋamɛya se ɗa kete ermiya bo. na ŋɔŋ hali gay lɔginya hula zuwa ke kuchumba؛ na ŋamɛya keseni ke kuchumunutɔ ɓa ŋɔŋ ane may haŋ na ɗeyanɛ ŋalɔgta age be kese ke ŋakɔwanawye. ŋamɛya wuriyo lɔginya se hali meso og na ɛɗɛmɛsi zuwa gunyu na kɔkɔwɔ gɔra nunu. ŋazugta iwoye biyoy a zuwa lɔmɛ sabiya ɗaɗala haŋ. The small little boy Yelegoy from Suri community now became a big boy he has been pushing hard of his study and now he reach top. We are proud of you. He is first boy from his community won Gold Medals, this was amazing. For your next job is to work hard to help your indigenous community to continuous study in same way you did. I believe the indigenous people have brilliant mind and they can do it. Thump up. We are proud of you!

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