Questions to the Conscious OPDO Members (those who joined OPDO because they were forced by Tigrean new Neftegna’s and those who joined OPDO because they wanted to advance the National Cause of Oromo by any means available): When will OPDO stop TPLF’s so-called “5-Year Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP)” that continues to evict Oromo farmers to give the land to Tigrean and other Habesha investors (new/neo-Neftegna’s) under the disguise of “poverty eradication and development”? Do you know the “Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP)” is a Neftegna plan designed to steal Oromo’s land to give it to Habesha investors?
Conscious OPDO members must ask themselves these questions before it’s too late and play their historic role of crushing the aggression of Habeshas/neo-Neftegnas in Oromia.
Tigrean Neftegna’s are training you to kill your own brothers and sisters. These Oromo brothers and sisters of yours are struggling to advance the ongoing Qeerroo’s “Warraaqsaa Bilisummaa” — it is not too late to join hands with your Oromo brothers and sisters, and chase away the Tigrean Neftegna’s like the generation of your fathers and mothers fought with the Amhara Neftegna’s on the meadows, mountains and valleys of Oromia to bring about our cultural and linguistic rights. Join the ongoing Qeerroo’s “Warraaqsaa Bilisummaa” to play your historic role of freeing Oromia from Habesha Neftegna’s; when Qeerroo’s “Warraaqsaa Bilisummaa” rings the liberty bell in Finfinne soon, you will stand there with them with pride. On that day, you will inherit your children the fruits of liberty, not the yoke of the Tigrean Neftegna’s oppression.
“News from Oromia
OPDO is conducting an emergency meeting for militias all over Oromia. The purpose of the meeting is to train militias on how to control and disperse public protest demonstrations. The attached photos were taken during lunch session at one such meeting in Warra Jaarso district of North Shawa, Oromia.
Reliable sources say OPDO and Ethiopia’s security forces are concerned protests similar to the one that took place in Garba-Guraacha recently might spread all across Oromia and are making preparations to arrest those they suspect might be leading the protests.
Elsewhere in Oromia, 36 Development Agents (DAs) in Alaltu district have been denied to participate in a two-day training session focused on natural resource management because they do not have OPDO membership. They’re also facing intimidation from district level cabinets.” – Dr. Solomon Ungashe | Facebook