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Ethiopic as a Writing System for African Languages

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By Getachew Molla June 25, 2020 Dr. Aberra Molla and Mark Powell ዶ/ር ኣበራ ሞላ እና ማርክ ፓወል Within the late-1990s (someday between the years 1997-1999 however earlier than 2000), Mark Powell, a U.S. African American PanAfricanist, began utilizing the Ethiopic alphabet for various African languages. Mr. Mark Powell (a.okay.a. Òòlògún Ọmọ’Oòrùn, Khnumhotep Djehutimes Gakou: assembles African-centered trendy orthographies by utilizing Ethiopic/Ethiopian African letters for quite a few African languages corresponding to Yoruba, Luba, Zulu, Zande, Pwani (Swahili), Maasai, Shona, Kikuyu, Dinka, Luganda, Nuer and extra. In keeping with Powell, “We’re in trendy occasions in a really technically superior age in

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