Talented people are born and not created. Education helps to broaden the inner talent to a highest level. It is true that many individuals renowned for their unique contributions in different disciplines, scientific innovations, artists and what have you are born talents observed to demonstrate their talent from early childhood with minimum level and developing it through time either through education or through the hard way, trial and error. The young Eritreans we observe displaying their innovative works during national occasions such as festivals did not get their talent through education but through researches and trials. The same applies when we come to artistic works. Our guest today is one of the renowned Eritrean artists who did not get formal education on the field but developed her talent with time through practice.
His name is Musie Mehreteab. He was born in 1970 in Asmara. He took his elementary school eductation at Edaga Arbi Elementary School, junior high school at Arbaiete Asmara school, and high school at Ibrahim Sultan. He joined Asmara Teachers Training Institute in 1998 and graduated from there. He was a member of the 13th batch of national service. He later joined at Asmara University and graduated with diploma in English language. He is a writer, film director and translator. He also participates in producing different works of arts at the carnivals conducted every year during Independence Day celebrations.
His name is Ermias Mengisteab. He wa born in 1975 in Ethiopia. He took his elementary education in Shire, junior high school in Adi-Quala and secondary school in Ethiopia in Auto Mechanics. He is a member of the 2nd round national service.
His name is Berket Amare. He was born in 1978 at Meshal-Wedekele, Southern region. He took his elementary and junior high school education at Ambasias Elementary School, secondary education at Metera and Keren High Schools. He went to Sawa in 2001 to complete his national service and upon finishing military training he was assigned to the Eritrean Air Force. At the same time Bereket is engaged in artistic works. He is currently the producer of the TV program “Meadi Tibeb (Art Forum)
My name is Berhane Abedom. I was born in 1987 at Adi-bai, Areza sub-zone. I started schooling in 2000; my elementary school at Adi-Wusykia Elementary school. To your surprise I remember to this day the first day I went to school. My inner self was persuading me to go to school and I went there without informing my parents.
There have, of course, been a number of sites that harbor Eritrea's natural treasures. Such wealth has by far been discovered in the post independence period. Bisha mining has become a key which opened the gate to the country's natural resources. Zara mining which is nearing to start production has also become the next gold mine. Asmara Mining Project which covers mine sites in Dubarwa, Adi-Nfas, and Embaderho has ensured the sustainability of Eritrea's booming mining industry.