This issue of character has been essential to Yves-Marie Stranger since his childhood spent as British child encountering youth in France. In the south of France while "various people called me British, on alternate hands, on get-aways to THE UK, I had been addressed for my French explanation." This experience later affected him to come rapidly to Ethiopia and live in the country for an extended stretch.
Yves-Marie has changed an acclaimed production (Ethiopia through writers' eye) and made up a development accounts in French. He likewise put into African setup, the Djibouti-Ethiopia railroad. He's finishing an account with Dicken Marshall, that explores the modest known story of the Ethiopians of Portuguese heritage, the Birtukan. In a social event with the Ethiopia Observer's Arefaynie Fantahun, Yves-Marie Stranger uncovers to us more about his life in Ethiopia and the Oranges of Prester John.