- Haala Yeroo irratti Ibsa Hatattamaa Sochii Dargaggootaa Bilisummaa fi Deemokraasii.
- Ilmaan Oromoo tokko tawuu qabu.
Haala Yeroo irratti Ibsa Hatattamaa Sochii Dargaggootaa Bilisummaa fi Deemokraasii.
Hagayya 21, 2012
Muummichi Ministeeraa Itoophiyaa Obbo Mallas Zeenaawii addunyaa kana irraa duáan boqochuun miidiyaalee sirnichaa irratti labsamuun beekamaa dha. Duuti Muummicha Ministeeraa kun eega dhagahamee turullee, mootummichi yeroo dheeraa ukkaamsee taaée amma reef labsuun isaa haala keessa isaa tasgabbeeffachuuf akka tahetti tilmaamna. Muummichi Ministeraa waggootii 21 darban keessatti lubuu ilmaan namaa kumataamaan bilash dhumateef gaafatamaa tahan illee, guyyaan du’a isaa seenaafuu akkas wal dhawuutti fi akka dhala namaatti gadda nutti dhagahame ni ibsina.
Bulchiinsi Obbo Mallas Zeenaawii bulchiinsa abbaa irrummaa fi faashistummaa akka tahe kanneen isa waliin biyya dhiigsan irraa kan hafe hunduu itti walii gala. Obbo Mallas Zeenaawii gochaalee faashitummaa fi abbaa irrummaa bulchiinsa isaanii keessatti hojii irra oolchaa turaniif itti gaafatamaa tahuu eeruudhaan akka hatattamaan aangoo gadhiisan ibsa Caamsaa bara 2011baafneen gaafachuun keenyas hin dagatamu. Read more…
Ethiopia seeks to assure the U.S. and other allies that the death of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi will not affect the regional fight against Al Qaeda affiliates.
By Robyn Dixon | Los Angeles Times
Meles died late Monday after an illness that the country’s leadership had kept secret for months. Ethiopian officials were at pains Tuesday to reassure the world that there would be no major policy deviations or power vacuum.
“I assure you everything is stable and everything will continue as chartered by the prime minister,” government spokesman Bereket Simon said.
Meles’ deputy, Hailemariam Desalegn, will serve as acting prime minister, and many analysts predict he will emerge as the ruling party’s chosen successor. Read more…
August 15, 2012
The Oromo Community Organization of Washington DC Area is organizing a seminar on the “Revival of Oromummaa” to be convened on September 1, 2012 from 8:30am-6:30pm at Howard University. The exact address where the seminar will take place is indicated below.
The purpose of this seminar is to examine the past and present weaknesses and strengths of Oromo Nationalism, and to forge a strategy to consolidate national self awareness; to build confidence and pride in one’s own culture and identity; and to apply the outcome of the conference to establish a strong unity among all Oromos of the current and future generations. Read more…
August 21, 2012
It has been confirmed that a prominent Oromo activitst, Abbaa Faaroo, was gun down by unknown assailant in Atlanta yesterday morning. The cause of the killing is still unknown. We will follow up the development.
Abbaa Faaroo is one of the grand sons of Abba Jifaar II, who was king of the Gibe Kingdom of Jimma (reigned 1878 – 1932).
Rundassa wrote: “Abbaa Faaroo’s personal legacy goes beyond this brief list and my power to describe. But his accomplishments have at least one thing in common. Always they were to create an opportunity for us to win and live with dignity. And always he thought of his Oromo root.
Abbaa Faaroo is in the spirit/Ekeraa world today among the noble Oromians who have done great work for us all. He is surely aware of our sorrow and our sense of loss at our separation from him. He knew at the end of his life the pain in his heart of losing someone he loved. If we told him of our grief, he would listen carefully, and then I think he would say something like this, with sympathy in his voice but with a sound in it that would bring a smile to our lips, “Oh, we will win” (Ni Mona! Read more…
Aug 21, 2012, ADDIS ABABA (AFP) — Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn will take over interim power following the death of leader Meles Zenawi, the government spokesman told reporters Tuesday.
“According to the Ethiopian constitution the deputy prime minister will have to go to parliament and take the oath, and the government is organising the parliament to be summoned as soon as possible,” Bereket Simon said.
Parliament is normally scheduled to convene after the Ethiopian New Year on September 11. Read more…
August 21, 2012 (BBC) – Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has died aged 57 after months of illness, the government says.
A spokesman said Mr Meles had died in a hospital abroad – but did not specify where or give details of his ailment.
Speculation about his health mounted when he missed an African Union summit in Addis Ababa last month.
Mr Meles took power as the leader of rebels that ousted communist leader Mengistu Haile Mariam in 1991 and led the country’s economic transformation. Read more…
Odduu Ayyaantuu.com, Hagayya 21, 2012
Abbaan irree fi mataan Wayyaanee/TPLF Mallasaa Zeenaawii du’aan addunyaa kana irraa darbuu isaa mirkanaa’e. Ji’a lama oliif iccitiidhaan qabamee kana ture du’i abbaa irree kun kan ifa ta’e har’a Televiziyoona Itoophiyaatiin (ETV) yoo ta’u guyyaan hawwalcha isaa akka uummataaf ibsamu addeessanii jiru. Read more…