Archive | November 5, 2016

Over 30 S. Sudanese students protest in Ethiopia, arrested

RUMBEK (Sudan Tribune) – 38 South Sudanese students were arrested after they staged a protest in front of their embassy in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa over delayed allowances. Dut Makur Mapur, a representative of the students claimed their acting ambassador, Darious Garang ordered for their arrest. The affected students were from the universities of […]

Expression of Strong Opposition to the Candidacy of Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Ethiopian Foreign Minister, to Lead the World Health Organization

October 30, 2016 Dr. Margaret Chan Executive Director, Office of the Director General, World Health Organization (WHO) From: Oromo Studies Association (OSA) Re:  Expression of Strong Opposition to the Candidacy of Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Ethiopian Foreign Minister, to Lead the World Health Organization Dear Dr. Chan, On behalf of the Oromo Studies Association[1] Board of […]

Wow! ወይ ቅሌት! ‘Dr.’ Adhanom couldn’t explain his own presentation

Dr. Adaanuu Wayyaanechi Qoramaata gaafatame mara 100 keessaa O fidachuudhaan asi ol 1ffaa ba’ee filannoo WHO dorgomaa jirutti guutummaan guututti utuu hinmilkaa’iin hafeera.kkk =================================== He couldn’t explain his own presentation, what is that mean lol, No communication skill!! Well, Ethiopia’s man who pretends to represent Africa can not even understand the very simple questions asked […]

Tedros Adhanom Hires US-based Firm to Win Top WHO Job

(Tesfa News) — Three new candidates entered the race to lead the World Health Organization on Friday, responsible for tackling crises from Zika to the spread of superbugs, bringing the total in the running to six. The Geneva-based public health agency with 194-member countries announced Italian WHO official Flavia Bustreo, former Hungarian Health Minister Miklós […]

Local Oromo community speaks out for peace

(The Hamilton Spectator) –Hamilton’s Oromo community may be small, but they want it known they are standing with their brothers and sisters back home. A group of about 20 members of the Oromo Community of Hamilton stood outside City Hall Friday, holding signs with photos of struggles faced by people in Ethiopia’s largest region, Oromia. […]

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