In Ethiopia, anger over corruption and farmland development runs deep

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(The Gardian) Despite the government ending plans to build on Oromo land around the capital, clashes continue, as lack of transparency and maladministration fuel dissent Two years ago, on the edge of Chitu in Ethiopia’s unsettled Oromia region, local officials told Chamara Mamoye his farmland might be developed when the small town expanded. He hasn’t heard anything since. “Losing the land...

Update on Oromo Struggle for Freedom on Democracy

By Gigsa Aba Jobir Oromo protest for Freedom and Democracy started in the last week of November. We are now on the first week of January and the people still continue to resist Tigray Libration Front (TPLF) fascism. The  TPLF army is continue terrorizing the peaceful demonstrator who reject TPLF system of domination. We have seen a disturbing pictures when...

U.S. Senators request Sec. Kerry for full review of the situation in Ethiopia to protect innocent Oromo civilians

In a letter written to the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry , U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken (both from the State of Minnesota) requested Sec. Kerry for a full review of the situation in Ethiopia in order for the U.S. Congress to take “immediate actions” to protect innocent Oromo civilians in Ethiopia. The full 2-page letter...

TPLF regime: Declaration of war and announcement of 100% victory fell flat when confronted by the defiant Oromo mass

By Jawar Mohammed, #‎OromoProtests‬ after its threat, declaration of war and announcement of 100% victory fell flat when confronted by the defiant Oromo mass, the TPLF regime now is forced to make concessions. OPDO's central committee had emergency meeting in Adama over the last three days. After stating the demands of the Oromo public is just and legitimate, the Committee...

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