Asrat Fana is Ethiopia’s tallest man. He has a height of 2.5 meters (7.2 f). He has spent the last two decades in the United States. To enter the United States, he was awarded a diversity visa. He is currently 58 years old and resides in Seattle, where he shares his Ethiopian experiences. “There was a time when I lived pretty calmly in Ethiopia for ten years without a work,” Asrat Fana recalls. His passion for Ethiopia is expressed in his loud, emotionally filled speech. He appears to be in good health, though. He claims to be happy with his current circumstances and way of life. He emphasizes his concern with the current expanding ethnic gap, which has a constitutional basis, in his message about loving one another. A gang of bandits spreading mayhem on the outskirts of Addis Ababa later caught Balahu. Despite reports that he was detained for murdering his love rival in a love affair, he was brought before the Supreme Court to face charges. Balahu’s unusual height (7 feet 5 inches) caught the emperor’s attention, causing him to liberate him and nickname him “Imperial Umbrella Carrier of the Lion of Judah.” Balahu, who was born in Ethiopia in 1910 and was shackled in front of the king, would now carry the emperor’s enormous umbrella at ceremonies. But that wasn’t the end of it. He was also named Drum Major of the Imperial Fanfare, the most prestigious position in the Ethiopian empire.