Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Could y'all kindly go "poop" on someone elses' parade please?
In Ethiopian history, culture, law, and Church, the Emperors are the
King of Kings because there are lesser kings in Ethiopian polity who reign under the Emperor's Divine sovereignty,
Lord of Lords because there are lesser lords in Ethiopian polity who reign under the Emperor's Divine sovereignty,
Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah because, as Davidic monarchs of King Solomon's family line, the Ethiopian Emperors have always carried this title as their lawful inheritance, in fact we in the Ethiopian Church actually don't think of this title as uniquely Christ's, in fact quite the opposite, it is because this is the earthly title for Davidic monarchs, giving Christ this same title is to affirm His Humanity as a descendant of King David.
Elect of God because the Emperors are the Anointed Kings chosen by God to reign in His power and authority on the earth as Christian sovereigns.
Light of this World is a temporary title also applied to the Emperors because they are Godly ordained, like Priests, to be the True Light pointing to Christ, just as the Moon reflects the Son and in God's Grace firmly guide the people towards the Will of God.
King of Zion because they are the lawful sovereigns over the Ark of the Covenant, Holy Zion.
King of Israel because they are the lawful sovereigns over the royal family and lineage of Israel, transplanted physically into Ethiopia, and further because the Emperors are the Defenders of the Church on earth in God's Grace, and the Church is of course as Apostle Paul explains the Israel of God.
Defender of the Faith because the Oriental Orthodox world awards this Title at various times to many Ethiopian Emperors, and it has been an HONOR and PRIVILEGE of the Ethiopian Emperors to be granted such responsibility by the Oriental Orthodox Fathers.
If y'all misunderstand the historicity of the very honorific and venerable titles and responsibilities of the Ethiopian Emperors that is fine and good, but please don't be so crass and insensitive. Its like all our grandmothers told us, "If you aint got nothing nice to say, don't say nothing at all."