Bayush has been working in the Ethiopian film industry since she was 15 years old. Gondar town sells agricultural items that have been unlawfully stored at low costs. According to the Gondar City Trade and Market Development Department, unlawfully harvested agricultural items are being sold to the general people at low costs. According to the city’s Trade and Market Development Department, 35,000 agricultural items were unlawfully stored in the sub-cities of Arada, Maraki, and Azezo-Tseda alone. The department is said to be pursuing action against businesses. The products were offered to the community at inexpensive costs through consumer groups, according to the department’s head, Ato Aderajew Alabe. He stated that corporations who illegally stockpile produce and raise prices are being prosecuted. Bayush Kebede’s ex-explanation husband’s for breaking up with her. Marta Goytom, my ex-boyfriend who shared the photo, was interviewed by Seifu on EBS. Thousands of people used to go to the movies, but now they’re gone. Filming was not possible due to unforeseen circumstances. Filmmakers’ conventional sources of income have been dwindling. The Ethiopian film industry, which is founded on the theater, is considered to be struggling, and largely to the efforts of people. Many Ethiopian filmmakers are familiar with Enoch Ayele’s name. Pendulum, Albo, and other well-known films include Men’s Issue 1. He had recently planned to record a series of television dramas. The strategy didn’t work out.