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Tessema Nadew "Ras" Tessema Nadew led the re-conquest of the southern province of Illubabor in 1889. He was opposed by the local Oromo "Moti", or ruler, Fatansa Illu, who appealed in vain to Kumsa Mereda of Leqa Nekemte and Abba Jifar II of Jimma (who both by that time had accepted Ethiopian suzerainty over their lands) for assistance, as his forces' shields and spears were no match for the imperial army, which was well armed with modern firearms. He was subsequently charged with administering the new province by the Emperor, and thus appointed as "Shum", or governor, of Illubabor.
Tessema Nadew The new regent-designate found his authority undermined not only by the still living but paralyzed Emperor Menelik, but also by the Empress. For example, she insisted that questions from the foreign legations in Addis Ababa be directed to her, not to Tessema. Furthermore, Tessema himself suffered from an illness, which left him appearing helpless and apathetic and would take his life within a year. It took a "coup d'état" engineered by a group of aristocrats and the head of the Imperial Bodyguard to convince "Ras" Tesemma and Habte Giyorgis to decisively limit the influence of the Empress. Despite these developments, the imperial government continued to falter: administrators were unwilling to make decisions because Tessema himself might be overthrown, and foreign affairs likewise suffered. Despite this, Harold Marcus notes that the presence of Tessema "did curb ministerial dissensions and intrigues and was a reminder of the existence of central authority."
Tessema Eshete Tessema was a jack of all trades. He was a poet, a wit, a painter, a sculptor, political appointee, explorer, developer and an accomplished photographer.
Yidnekatchew Tessema The young Yidnekatchew took French, English and Italian classes and was fluent in all those languages besides Amharic.
Yidnekatchew Tessema His record for the country led him to coach the Ethiopia national football team, after his retirement as player for a glorious period, and in 1962, at age 41 when the African Cup of Nations was to be held in Ethiopia, he led them to their only championships in this respected tournament,beating Egypt 4-2 in the final. Ethiopian football was at its peak then, as Haile Selassie the emperor of Ethiopia awarded them the trophy.
Tessema Absher He inspired his younger brother, Ayele Abshero, to run and Ayele became world junior champion in cross country in 2009.
Yidnekachew Tessema Yidnekachew Tessema (1921-1987) was one of the Ethiopia’s top sport’s journalists, covering Olympic Games, and World Cups and served his country in the capacities of secretary of the soccer and sport federation, president of national Olympics committee and commissioner of Sport federation.
Yidnekachew Tessema Yidnekachew was instrumental in founding member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in the late 1950s. He served CAF as the deputy president between 1964 and 1972 and as the President between 1972 and 1987. He was also member of the African Sport Congress, International Olympics Committee, FIFA and President of the African Olympics Committee.
Yidnekachew Tessema Yidnekachew died on August 20, 1987 after a long illness.
Yidnekatchew Tessema He is considered as one of the country's biggest sporting heroes. He played and coached Ethiopian clubs and teams and founded the modern Ethiopian Sports office at age 22. As a player he spent his entire career at Saint-George SA in Addis Ababa, joining the youth team in 1935 at age 14. Wearing the V across his chest he played 23 years straight with them including his youth years, a country record. Another record he holds is scoring 43 of 47 goals scored by his team in one competition season. When the Ethiopia national football team started playing international football in 1947, he was already 28 years old and the squad was vying for younger players, nevertheless he would get 15 caps to his name. His first cap was May 1, 1947 in a 5-0 victory over French Somaliland.