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Addisu Arega about new demonstrations in Oromia region | VOA Amharic

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Addisu Arega about new demonstrations in Oromia region

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commenter - 1224 days ago
To Amhara activists,
the incident in Illubabor area,
please stop blowing out of proportion,
do not spread exaggerated rumors.
There are people within the regime systematically creating conflicts among all ethnics,
this is not just against Amharas, Sidama people were displaced in Bale,
Somalis vs Oromos, Afar vs Oromo, Qimant vs Amhara, Guji vs etc.
Myself is Amhara activist, we have to responsible the way we say things.
The criminals will be caught face justice,
do not panic public by spreading exaggerated rumors on facebook.
commenter - 1224 days ago
confusing explanation,
Arega said some protesters came from Debub, some from Addis, some from Amhara, some from other part of Oromia, some from local areas where the protest took place,
why does he beat around the bush?
just say damaging properties or causing unnecessary disruption is unhelpful, especially when OPDO authorities are in the process of taking action against corrupt officials, but talking circle from supposedly grown up authority is not expected, just talk straight.
Lemma Megersa is talking really nice things, above kitchen politics,
Arega also should talk big, not talking round circle, protesters came from x places, y places, etc is not grown up politics, back to woyane politics divide and conquer. I understand OPDO reasoning that at the moment protest can divert from the job they have started cleaning streets from corrupt officials, I also understand that corrupt officials are busy to cause distraction, but make it clear to the protesters and the public. part of being a good governance is talking straight. By the way, the money collected to help displaced people, every penny should be accountable, the new OPDO leadership should start from itself by being example, hardworking officials should be given bonuses openly, not through backdoor.

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