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Emperor Haile Selassie I
as the original founder of
Organization of African Union (OAU)
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Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Emperor Haile Selassie I Memorial
Association Scholarship

The scholarship fund is gathered
through the Association from various
charitable organizations and individuals
from around the world. It is designed to
support students’ academic efforts and
instill in them a sense of service to their
country and community upon embarking
on a career.

http://www.ss.aau.edu.et/index.
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recipients-of-the-emperor-haile-selassie-
memorial-association-scholarship-
announced
AMHARIC LYRICS

Ethiopia hoy dess ibalish
Beamlakish hail benegoosish
Tibaberewal arbanyotchish
Ayennakam ketto netsannatesh
Bertoo natchoha terarotchish
Ateférim ketelatotchish
Del adraguioo Negoosatchin
Yinoorellen lekebratchin.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Ethiopia, be happy
thanks to the power of God and your ruler.
Your brave citizens are unanimous;
your freedom will never be touched,
as your mountains are defiant
and your natives do not fear any enemy.
Long live our victorious ruler
to the glory of our country.
 
UCI Knowledge...
  1. His Imperial Majesty (Girmawi), Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia received the title of Negus Negast
    (King of kings), Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Elect of God.
  2. He was referred to as Janhoy, and as Girmawi (Imperial Majesty).  The Emperor, or majesty, sometimes
    affectionately referred to as 'Ababa Janhoy' (Father Majesty)
  3. Girmawi Kedamawi Haile Selassie I, Neguse Negest Ze Etiyopiya (His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile
    Selassie I, King of kings of Ethiopia)
 
The Austrian Lore Trenkler became dietitian of Empress Menen of Ethiopia in 1960.

She arrived in Addis Ababa on November 14, 1960, and lived in the old bathhouse Lidj Yeassu in the gardens
of the Palace of the Jubilee.

After the death of the Empress (February 1962) then Miss Trenkler was the cook of the emperor.

Haile Selassie did not eat much; a favorite food was apple strudel. She said, "For example breakfast: porridge,
cereal with milk and cream; various other combinations of eggs, and cooked eggs, scrambled eggs or omelet;
Ethiopian recipes made from chicken meat, kidney, bread, butter, jam, honey, coffee cooked sheep."  

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