Ethiopian celebrating the new year
Moroccan custom directs that when somebody welcomes sovereignty, they should kiss their hand. Be that a
Moroccan custom directs that when somebody welcomes sovereignty, they should kiss their hand. Be that as it may, Morocco’s Crown Ruler Moulay Hassan seems to fervently despise the custom.
A viral video shows the sovereign snatching his hand away at whatever point a dignitary or official croops down to kiss it.
On September 11, the Ethiopian New Year, or Enkutatash in Amharic, happens (or Sept. 12 during a jump year).
The nation of East Africa has an unmistakable schedule that is seven to eight years behind the Gregorian schedule as far as year counting. The country is currently celebrating the approaching of the year 2014.
Ethiopians are presently celebrating the New Year more subduedly than any other time due to the horrendous struggle that broke way outside of city limits northernmost Tigray provincial state among government and agitator powers in 2013. The contention has since spread to the nearby A remote place and Amhara locales.