Caamsaa 31, 2013 | M. Seenaa Irraa
Afaan Ingilizin Duubisuuf Addana Tuqaa
Duulli Duguungsa Sanyii mootummoota Habashaatiin ummata Oromoo irratti gaggeeffamu tooftaa fi bifti isaa haa geeddaramu malee, jaarraa tokkoo oliif osoo wal irraa hin cinne gaggeeffamaa jira. Akkuma irra deeddeebifamee seenaa keessatti kaafamu Oromoon weerartoota Habashaa osoo ofirraa loluu humna meeshaa hammayyaan caalamee cunqursaa jalatti kufe. Erga gaafa cabee biyyi isaa weeraramee bulchiinsa alagaa jalatti kufee hanga har’aatti tasgabbii argatee hin beeku. Mootummoota humnaan cabsanii isa weeraraniin goochi duguugnsa Sanyii seenaan hin daganne irratti raawwatameera. Loltoota Minilik irraa kaasee hanga hidhattoota Wayyaanee har’aatti. Gochaa gara jabinaan guutame hedduutu Oromoo irratti raawwatame.Kanneen baroota dheeraa dura raawwataman akkuma seenaatti olkaawwannee wantoota bara mootummaa Wayyaanee kana keessa raawwatamanii fi hanga har’aan tanaatti raawwatamaa jiran haa laallu. Continue Reading
By Dr. Beyan H. Asoba | May 30, 2013
Dear Dr. Fikre Tolossa/Tolassa, Xalayaa Dr. Asobaaf katabame
This is from the end of Fikre’s letter. Is Fikre in this century? Click Xalayaa Dr. Asobaaf katabame
I was travelling when the open letter your addressed to me appeared on a number of websites and was thus not in the position to respond sooner. In this response, I will address only those aspects of your open letter that personally concern me. The Oromo Democratic Front will have to respond on the general content of your writing.
Dear Dr. Fikre,
Let me start my comment by making a brief observation on how you spell your last name. I checked as many of your published works as possible and they are all signed by Fikre Tolossa. That is how your name appears on your University of Bremen dissertation of 1983 and numerous subsequent publications. And it is also how you spell your name on your Facebook. To my knowledge, it is only in the open letter addressed to me that you not only spelled your name as Fikre Tolassa but also added apparently your grandfather’s name, Jigsa. Continue Reading
HRLHA Urgent Action
May 30, 2013
The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA)would like to express its deep concern regarding the current situation of nine Ethiopian refugees arrested and detained in the neighboring country of Djibouti.
According to HRLHA correspondent in Djibouti, the nine Ethiopian refugees (listed below) were arrested on the 22nd of May, 2013 in front of the UNHCR Office, Djibouti branch, where they had been for the renewal of their refugee identification cards. Until the time of the issuance of this URGENT ACTION, families and friends of those refugees have not been able to see and/or communicate with them since they were arrested and detained. Continue Reading
Oromo Community Ireland | May 29, 2013
This week African Union (AU) celebrated its Golden Jubilee of what it calls the 50th years of achievement celebration under the headline of strengthening Pan-Africanism and African renaissance. But for the Oromo community in Ireland the story was different. On the day of the African Day Celebration the Oromo’s stall tells a different story, a story that questions the very importance of the existence of the AU; the story that tells the inability of the AU to deal with the issues of its people; the story of Oromo’s years to years true life, the story of slavery in the country the AU celebrate what it says the past good days. Continue Reading
THIS IS A REPORT FROM THE RICHEST.ORG
* Net Worth = $ 3 Billion
* Meles Zenawi Age = 58 years old
* Meles Zenawi Birth Place = Adwa, Ethiopia
* Meles Zenawi Marital Status = Married (Azeb Mesfin)
Meles Zenawi net worth: Meles Zenawi Asres was the former Prime Minister of Ethiopia who presided over the country from 1995 to his death in 2012. He was also the President of Ethiopia from 1991 to 1995. He was one of the most recent literate and forward thinking leaders of Africa. Zenawi had an MBA from the United Kingdom, and a Masters of science in economics from Netherlands. His net worth currently stands at $3 Billion.
He joined the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) as a member in 1975. Eventually, he was elected as the chairperson of TPLF and EPRDF. Lead by him and other leaders, TPLF was able to assume power in the country in 1991 as the civil war came to an end. Upon becoming the Prime Minister, he introduced a multi-party political system and allowed private press in the country. He agreed to work with the United States against groups and organizations such as Al Qaeda operating out of the country.
He was awarded the Rwanda’ National Liberation Medal and also the “World Peace Prize” for his contributions to global peace. Zenawi also received the “Yara” prize for carrying out a green revolution in the country. Some other awards he had received included the Africa Political Leadership Award in 2008, and the Good Governance award.
He married Azev Mesfin, who is currently a member of the Ethiopian Parliament. Meles Zenawi died at the age of 57 years on the 20th of August, 2012. He died from an infection after having an operation due to a brain tumor.