Video Saaminsa Dachii Oromiyaa Addaatti Naannoo Finfinnee,Qeerroon Bilisummaa Waggaa Lama Dura Dabarse.

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Qonnaan bulaa Oromoo buqisuun lafa isaa irratti warshaalee banuun bishaan naannoo summeessan,Oromoo lafa irraa buqisuu qofaan osoo hin taane bishaan dhugu illee summeessuun dhukubaan fixaa jiru,beeladas dabalatee akka dhuman taasisaa dhaa jiru.

MUST-WATCH | Documentary | Oromia: Tigrean Neftegna’s Land Grabbing and the Addis Ababa Master Plan for Oromo Genocide | #StopAbayTsehaye

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Posted: Guraandhala/February 21, 2015 · Finfinne Tribune | Gadaa.com  Photos that show the Tigrean Neftegna’s forceful land-grabbing in Oromia (i.e. building structures on farmlands to make it look like ‘urbanization’ and ‘development’ so they can steal the land from the Oromo farmer):

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SBO Gurraandhala 22 Bara 2015. Oduu, Ibsoota ABO fi Qeerroo, akkasumas Filannoo wayyaanee fi haasaa Abbaay Tsahayyee irratti gaaffii fi deebii namoota adda addaa waliin akkasumas qophii biroo hammatee jira.

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Oromo Recording Artist Haacaaluu Hundessaa’s Casual Photo Tells the Story of Tigrean Neftegna Encroachment on Oromo Land – #StopAbayTsehaye

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Gadaa.com Editorial, Posted: Guraandhala/February 20, 2015

When the Oromo recording singer Haacaaluu Hundessaa shared the following picture a few months ago, it was very hard to not miss the encroachment of “Tigrean industrialization” (or in plain language, ‘Tigrean Neftegnanet‘) on Oromo farmlands. === Note the artist shared the photo for the aesthetic value of farming as an artist ===

In some parts of North America, they have started ‘urban farming’ – but this is not ‘urban farming’ – rather the reverse of it. It’s Tigrean Neftegna’s encroachment on Oromo land in the name of “urbanization,” thereby the farmer is displaced, evicted and dispossessed – and driven out of their homeland into a life of national slavery. What a better way to steal the land! — By simply “putting a building on it,” the deed of the land (the ownership of the land) transfers from the Oromo poor farmer to the rich Tigrean Neftegna “real estate developer.” The loss is not just the land, but also the Oromo farmer as a human being, the Oromo language and the Oromo culture. Note that the building doesn’t even have to meet building codes and standards – they just put a building on the farm in haste, and from there on, it’s Tigrean “investment.” Tigrean Neftegnagrows at 11%, and the Oromo & Oromia grow to Zero%. This must be stopped.

#StopAbayTsehaye and his Tigrean Neftegna cohorts.