Ethiopian Oromo Music By Hanisha Solomon " Ayyoo" (Mother)





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Published on Dec 24, 2011

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* Presents mothers as unsung heroines
* Questions the cultural practices and belief systems that erase mothers from their children's life, history, names and identity.

* Asks why the true creator of soul, who nourishes her child (ren) with her blood and tied to them with the strong natural physical bond through her umbilical cord is culturally severed from them and made to belong only to their fathers, as in the naming system whereby a child's name is followed only by the names of their fathers.

* It deeply regrets and criticises the patriarchal priviledges and dominance that eclipses the role of mothers in the lives of their children.

* The song underlines that it is time that we give such a practice a rethink and rectify the cultural, historical and belief systems that fails to glorify the selfless contribution of mothers to the lives of children and the survival of humankind.

* The singer assures her mother that she gives her mother a special place in her life and to amend the injustice.

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