Sovereign Menen was brought into the world in Egua Giorgis in the locale of Ambassel to guardians Woizero Sehin Mikael and Jantirar Asfaw of Ambassel. Jantirar of Ambassel was one of a handful of the titles in Ethiopia that was passed down from father to girl. The title returns to the hour of the Axumites, which makes it one of the most seasoned genetic titles of honorability that might have
made due into the twentieth 100 years, in Ethiopia as well as around the world. Sovereign Menen was the granddaughter of
Negus Mikael of Wollo. Through Negus Mikael, she could follow her mom’s ancestry back to both Ruler Susneyos the Catholic and the Prophet Mohammed. She was accordingly Lij Iyasu Mikael’s niece,
as well as that of Ras Gebre Hiwot Mikael and Woizero Tewabech Mikael, Ras Seyoum Mengesha’s subsequent spouse. Her veins conveyed the blood of a huge part of the northern privileged.
The Sovereign was a passionate Christian who went through her entire time on earth doing beneficial things for others. Her liberality is generally verified. Despite the fact that she was not truly apparent in governmental issues, she was a vital consultant to the Ruler. This is rather than her ancestor, Ruler Taitu, who was truly apparent in legislative issues during Menelik II’s rule.