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Oromo Federalist Congress International Support Group Public Meeting In Minnesota

You all know that the leaders of Oromo Federalist Congress are paying the ultimate sacrifice for the struggle for peace and justice in Ethiopia.
Therefore, the Oromo Federalist Congress International Support Group has organized a meeting in solidarity with the OFC leadership and the Oromo youth back home.
We will have updates on the situation of our leaders in prison, this status off the struggle and the state of emergency and will discuss on the way forward.
This Public Meeting by Oromo Federalist Congress International Support Group (OFC ISG) in Minnesota will focus on topics:

From the #OromoProtests to the #OromoRevolution : What’s Next?
Updates and the Way Forward.

Date: April 8, 2017
Time : 2pm -6pm
Venue:
Minneapolis Urban League Building 2100 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411 (in the same building with OFC ISG office and Cong. Keith Ellison Office)

Parking available

Oromo Federalist Congress International Support Group Public Meeting In Minnesota

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2 Comments

  1. Oromo Federalist? What? You have a federalist Oromia already. Aaa!! You need Oromia Republic? That is what it is? Ask Lencho about it. He is the one who squandered it. Why are you sheltering mass murderers like Hassan Ali among you? It is said that there at least 20 known criminals who killed innocent farmers both Oromos and Amharas in the 1990’s now working at small shops and as liberation front cadres making their residences in Minnesota and Washington DC. Equal number of fugitives are said to be in Eritrea. There are also a number of murderers still in Oromia working as the regime’s go-to guys to do all the dirty works. That is as hired assassins. They lead the charge shooting at everyone insight during peaceful demonstrations. So why are hiding these savages? Here I am not scared of them. That is why I am using my real name. You all know me as that man who you threw out of a meeting back in December and also last July because I brought up the issue about these murderers. I have started an investigation with someone who shares my concern to find them and gather their names. Then I will start talking to civil rights lawyers about taking their asses to court. My Oromos are not murderers and never been. They were one of the first people to accept strangers and refugees in the renowned custom called Guudifachaa and iilmaa gosaa adoption systems. These savages are the black spot on the history of my Oromos. Their presence among us must be extirpated and that is the only way what they did will be expunged from our history. They should be tried, imprisoned and deported.

  2. tafaraa guruumuu what you talking about they talking about oromo federalist party they did not talk about o.l.f so what you talking unrealated topic please remember professor merara gudinna he is patriot and hero. thank you

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