Abiy Ahmed was conceived in the town of Beshasha in the noteworthy Kaffa Province, Ethiopia, on 15 August 1976. His dad, Ahmed Ali, is a Muslim Oromo while Abiy's perished mother, Tezeta Wolde, was an Orthodox Christian Amhara from Burayu simply outside Addis Ababa who changed over to Islam when she wedded Abiy's dad as his fourth spouse While Abiy was extremely keen on perusing the Quran in his childhood as per his dad, he turned into a Protestant later in his life.
Abiy is the thirteenth youngster to his dad and was the 6th and most youthful offspring of his mom. His youth name was Abiyot, which means Revolution, in Amharic, a name that was in some cases given to kids in the outcome of the Derg insurgency of 1974. The then Abiyot went to the neighborhood elementary school and later proceeded with his examinations at auxiliary schools in Agaro town. Abiy, as indicated by a few individual reports, was in every case extremely intrigued by his own instruction and later in his life likewise urged others to learn and to move forward.