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The Nation under genocide and the need for a National leadership to combat it: The Oromo case

February, 2016

By Leenjiso Horo

“My slavery forbade me to speak; the truth forbade me to keep silent,” says an African adage. This is a dilemma Oromo nationals have faced. There are Oromo nationals who failed to speak out as the objective of Oromo struggle is abandoned; as the OLF is at the verge of collapse; asthe Tigrayan fascist force of darkness has been and is committing genocide against the Oromopeople and targeting Oromiyaa for disintegration. I refused to keep silent and instead I choose tospeak out the truth.  Guutuu waayee kanaa dubbisuuf as  PDF

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