It is a known fact that the non-stop theme of discussion among the Oromo polity is the “conflict”: ‘Ethiopian Democratization vs. Oromian Liberation’. This either …Read More »
It is good news that Amharinya-speaking Agaw are slowly waking up and starting to figure out that they are suffering under the repressive regime of …Read More »
Obbo Baaroo Tumsaa (1938–1978), a pharmacist, lawyer, Oromo nationalist and political leader in Oromia (formerly Ethiopia as defined here: http://finfinnetribune.com/Gadaa/2015/01/fayyis-oromia-the-end-is-either-an-independent-net-oromia-or-a-union-gross-oromia-but-an-efficient-means-leading-to-tulluu-daalatti/ ) was said to be …Read More »
Can the Two Biggest Nations – the Oromo and the Agaw – yet Cooperate Against the System of Domination in Oromia?
[i]Few years ago, a known historian prof Laphiso Delebo disclosed the presence of 23 million Agaw in Oromia (Ethiopia). That means the Agaw are the …Read More »
The allergic rejection of the name Ethiopia by most of the Oromo nationalists and some others in the Empire is going on. I personally came …Read More »