Category Archives: English

Professor Mohammed Hassan Ali in Focus on Oromia (Q&A with Xirroo)

Professor Mohammed Hassan Ali in Focus on Oromia (Q&A with Xirroo) Source: Advocacy for Oromia Xirroo: Prof. Mohammed would you like to outline your brief biography to our readers? Prof. Moh: I, Mohammed Hassen, was born in a small village… Read More »

Opinion on multilinguistic

Opinion on multilinguistic By ANF, October 13, 2019 Opinion on working language and/or federal working language in Ethiopia for every qualified jobs including employment at government, non-government, private companies and so forth Oromia Regional State Federal employment: Afaan Oromo and… Read More »

Nafxanyaa and Gabbar

Nafxanyaa and Gabbar By Zelealem Aberra, October 13, 2019 The very mention of Finfinnee, by Obbo Shimeles Abdiisaa, as the initial place where the once free cultural values of the Oromoo was broken by the Nafxanyaa system and also where… Read More »

Nafxanyaas are Crumbling Under the Tsunami of Social Progress

Nafxanyaas are Crumbling Under the Tsunami of Social Progress By Dirribaa Roobii, Onkoloolessa 13, 2019 The current nafxanyaa uproar has nothing to do with the speech of Obbo Shimelis. The speech of Obbo Shimeles is just a trigger nafxanyaas used… Read More »

Tigrai Online: The Norwegian Nobel Committee has awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2019 to Abiy Ahmed

Tigrai Online: The Norwegian Nobel Committee has awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2019 to Abiy Ahmed Note: Comments of the old masters The world is laughing at the joke of this century, awarding Abiy Ahmed the Nobel Peace Prize,… Read More »

A Bittersweet Nobel Prize for Ethiopia’s Leader

A Bittersweet Nobel Prize for Ethiopia’s Leader (hrw)–The awarding of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize to Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for his efforts to achieve “peace and international cooperation” will come as bittersweet news for many in Ethiopia and… Read More »

Abiy Ahmed’s Nobel Peace Prize is deserved, but he still has work to do in his country

Abiy Ahmed’s Nobel Peace Prize is deserved, but he still has work to do in his country (The Washington Post) — ETHIOPIAN PRIME Minister Abiy Ahmed’s Nobel Peace Prize is an encouraging reminder that peace and democracy really do go together.… Read More »

Understanding Problem of the Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed: Won Nobel Peace Prize

Understanding Problem of the Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed: Won Nobel Peace Prize ANF, October 11, 2019 Complicity: Abiy Ahmed concealed the atrocities of Menelik who slaughtered, killed, hanged, mutilated hands and legs of people and cut women’s breasts. Menelik evicted… Read More »

The Nobel Peace Prize 2019 Was Awarded to Abiy Ahmed Ali

The Nobel Peace Prize 2019 Was Awarded to Abiy Ahmed Ali The Nobel Peace Prize for 2019 English Norwegian Announcement The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2019 to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali… Read More »

Ethiopia: Visit of U.S. Delegation led by Congressman David Price

Ethiopia: Visit of U.S. Delegation led by Congressman David Price The delegation attended a luncheon hosted by U.S. Ambassador Michael Raynor, where they met with leaders from various political parties in Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, October 10, 2019/APO Group/ —… Read More »

$26 a month: Ethiopians are being paid world’s lowest wages to make your Calvin Kleins

$26 a month: Ethiopians are being paid world’s lowest wages to make your Calvin Kleins  By James Purtill (ABC Net Australia) — Ethiopia is trying to become the new Bangladesh of garment factory labour by promising the lowest wages in the… Read More »

In Ethiopia, a forgotten refugee in her own land

In Ethiopia, a forgotten refugee in her own land Displaced from home, Amina Yuya and her neighbours feel abandoned by the Abiy government that promised to support them. By Tom Gardner, October 7, 2019 Sululta, Ethiopia (Aljazeera) – The rain beats… Read More »