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Agartuu Qeerroo (Tapha Geengoo)
Qabsoon Oromoo xiyya fiigaa finiinaa ta’uu qaba, qabsoon xiyya taanan siyyaasni garboonfataa irratti haboo godhachuu hindanda’u. Kanaaf qabsoon keenyas qabsoo xiyyaa ta’uu qabdi malee qabsoo geengoo ta’uun hinmalle. Oromoon qabsoo isaa galii biraan gahee fashalsa kun ammoo qabsoo ofii kunuunfachuu dadhabuu Oromoo irraa madda. Qabsoon keenya humna guddaa cabsee humna xiqqaan injifatama. Seenaa keessattis Oromoon “utuu” jechaa akka hafu kan taasise kanuma. Oromoon tokkummaan qabsoo taligee asiin gahate kana maayii irraan gahatee fashalsuu hinqabu. Qabsoo isaa kana firii qabsoo isaa bu’achuu qaba. Firii qabsoo isaa kana bira hanga gahutti fiixee Bilisummaa irraa of darbee kaayyoof akeeka isaa dagatee of balleessuu hinqabu. Mootummaan siyyaasa garaagaraa siyyaaseessuu danda’a, siyyaasni mootummaa akka nama Sololi’aaf kiyyoo kiyyeessuuti. Namni Sololi’aaf kiyyoo qopheessu jalqaba afaan Sololi’aa shaakala. Akka isheen fooriccee wal waamtutti akkeessa. Akkeessa dheeraa booda ishuma fakkaatee bosona seena. Bosona keessattis sagalee Sololi’aa dhageessisa. Akkumasheetti sagalee kuullatee fooricoon waama. Fooricoon waamamtee yoo dhufuushee argu dhokatee kiyyoosaa kiyyeessee midhaan ykn waan nyaatamu sana kiyyootti facaasee fuulduratti kuta. Sololi’aan garraamiin midhaan nyaachuutti nyaattee nyaatamti. Qeerroon akkasiiree? Miti. Qeerroon kaayyoof akeeka ABO ganamaa galiin gahuuf carraaqu: hubataadha, abshaala, gamna,aqila, haxxeedha, hinkiyyeeffamu. Continue reading
[VOL – October 08,2020] The current political crisis in Ethiopia, specially, that of Oromia, are not only meant to make Oromia war and insecure zone; rather, driving Ethiopia to irreversible misery. Oromia Regional State is under the State of Emergency. Because of the failure to timely solve political crisis, the former government structure is already broken down. Currently, there is no elected administrative organ expected to solve problems of the people. There is nowhere the people go and complains for solution even when: killed, robbed and their property are destructed. If this continues, the worse would follow. In addition, we hope that operation of various forces contributed for Dissolution of Oromia, and further aggravated not to come out of those chaos. Finally, this will inevitably mislead our way. Continue reading
September 29, 2020
Pursuant to OLF’s Press Statement dated September 13, 2020 that called for the establishment of a Transitional government in Oromia as well as Ethiopia, we, members of the OLF Leadership, Officials and Representatives of the various OLF International chapters held a consultative meeting on September 27, 2020 to discuss the details. After thorough deliberation and critical analysis of our vanguard organization’s decision to take the lead in putting a peaceful transitional arrangement together in the country, we have issued a nine-point resolution in support of this historical and timely call to, practically, ensue soon.
Following some promising changes that took place within the ruling EPRDF coalition in the Spring of 2018, the OLF has relentlessly worked with the Ethiopian government for the full fruition of the democratic transition. Despite incessant intimidations and hostilities towards OLF rank and file by members of the incumbent regime, our organization has immensely contributed to the concerted effort so that peace & stability could reign in Oromia and Ethiopia. Unfortunately, the much sang for democratic transition and some petty reforms could not go forwarded as many hoped for. The enthusiasm for a peaceful transition is now dashed due to destructive measures taken by members of the unruly demagogues within the ruling so called prosperity party and their collaborators, the nostalgic old guard that has long been craving for the restoration of the old imperial order in Ethiopia. With the almost aborted democratic reforms, we have come to recognize that the entire country is at a critical juncture as the incumbent regime’s mandate to rule the country is about to run out in less than two weeks. Continue reading