This item is from "Some Common Medicinal And Poisonous Plants Used In Ethiopian Folk Medicine" work, by Amare Getahun.
Albizia anthelmintica (A. Rich.) Brongn. (Leguminosae)
kebita (? Kaffa)
A shrub or small tree common in dry savannas in East Africa with a geographical distribution from the Sudan to Botswana or further south.
Plant common in the Rift Valley System, often showing ecological variations, particularly in leaf size.
A good sample was brought from Southern Kaffa where it was also reported to be used as a tapeworm medicine.
In: Uphof, J.C.Th., 1959. Dictionarv of Economic Plants on page 14, it is said that "Bark is used as an anthelmintic in Abyssinia."