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Qondaalota TPLFThe pathetic squabbles inside the TPLF are putting the ruling EPRDF coalition into danger. A group of mediators is trying to find an agreement between the movement’s two rival factions: the Mekele group under Abay Woldu and the Addis Ababa faction under Deputy PM Debretsion Gebremichael. The mission was attributed to Abaye Tsehaye, one of the party’s founder members who was retired from the central committee under the plan to rejuvenate the top executive. The group’s aim is to reach an agreement in the near future to form a regional cabinet. It has already entered discussions in Addis Ababa with certain members of the central committee and is to do likewise with the Mekele big-wigs. During the party’s 12th convention in August, the rivalry between the two factions was so strong that military leaders had to intervene, with General Mohamed Nur Yunus aka Samora in the lead, so that the internal elections could go ahead and eventually re-elect Abay Woldu. Since then, the rivalry is still in full swing and no new meeting of the central committee has been scheduled after the skirmishes between the party’s two opposing wings in early September during the first new central committee’s new first meeting.

11 thoughts on “Mediation to try to take TPLF out of its internal crisis.

  1. Ayyaantuu editors,

    We hope that you should not present yourself as a party to the disinformation campaign waged by the TPLF junta. We have been used to this kind of misinformation from the early years to distract the attention of the general public. The truth is there is no division in the TPLF camp. Even if there are minor disagreements they are not significant enough to cause any harm to the ruling junta

  2. The Oromo people must unconditionally work/collaborate with the Amharas to get rid of these bloody tplf. There is NO other ways rather than the Amharas and Oromos collaborate to tacle these dirty creatures. Those exremists amongst Oromos and Amharas who are the instrument of the tplf must silenced. They have to shut their bloody mouth. The Oromo people and the People of the Amhara could work together and live together by building true democracy and rule of law.Those extremists who are on the payroll of the tplf, the traitors.

    There if No other alternative.

    1. You’re inconsistent. On the one hand, you talk about unconditionally work/collaboration. On the other hand, you attack others you assume to be extremists. Make up your mind due!

  3. Aba Biya K Warabadi,

    Working with Amharas is not a bad idea because we share the same country but the naked truth and the sorry thing is that Amharas always think that Oromos have to work for them, a situation which they themselves define as working together.

    That is what the Oromo-Amhara relationships has always been under amhara elite tyrannical unitarist dictatorship.

    Hence I am wondering if it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks unless these eternally chattering divided and endlessly weak Oromos happen to learn the most basic advantages of unity within diversity as well as dramatically increasing their capacities domestically, regionally and internationally. As far as the benevolent mother nature is concerned it had donated abundant material and human resources for the Oromos to be able to flourish and leave the life peace and prosperity to say the least. If you flourish and be able to leave the life of peace and prosperity then it is others who may come to beg you for cooperation and joint efforts in all areas of life and livings and thus offer you wide range of choices and independence.

    This means that YOU HAVE TO MINE YOUR MINDS DEEPER and do the right thing instead of always doing the same thing and then getting the same junk results, and through that make the generous mother nature and the jealous cursed neighbors to have fun laughing at you. 🙂

  4. Correction.

    1.Read as, “…flourish and live the life of peace…” instead of, “…flourish and leave the life peace” in the above comment.

    2. Similarly read, “…to live the life of peace…” instead of, “…to leave the life of peace…”

  5. The division in TPLF is non of our business. rather focus on how to liberate oromia from any foreign force, including TPLF. To that end

    1. Re-organize WBO.
    2. Arm only tested and trusted persons, specially those whose family have already paid sacrifices.
    3. Model successful rebel organizations in the world and bring and use their experience.
    4. Give resistance trainings to as many oromo youths as possible in hidden ways.
    5. Do research on how WBO can produce its own modern defence tools locally.

  6. The division in TPLF is non of our business. rather focus on how to liberate oromia from any foreign force, including TPLF. To that end

    1. Re-organize WBO.
    2. Arm only tested and trusted persons, specially those whose family have already paid sacrifices.
    3. Model successful rebel organizations in the world and bring and use their experience.
    4. Give resistance trainings to as many oromo youths as possible in hidden ways.
    5. Do research on how WBO can produce its own modern defense tools locally.

  7. Aba Biya K Warabadi

    First, your ” unconditional Oromos must work/collaborate with the Amharas ” sounds like the arrogant dictatorial command.

    Second, Oromos have no extremists, as you has mentioned. It is the old Amharas with old mentalities to keep the old empire in 21 century as it was once.

    Third, it is well know facts that those Amhara extremists consider not only the Oromos, but all those who advocate for their God given rights and identities as extremists.

    Examples: The Amhara exremists hate, OLF, ONLF, EPLF, OPDO, TPLF, MEDREK, ODF, OCF etc, etc, except praising and glorifying their own EPPF, G 7, BLUE PARTY, etc.

    How can you and I work together, while you are rejecting my right and identity ? First adjust yourself to the situation of the modern world, then working together will be very easy. Otherwise, the time of playing the game of cat and mouse has gone forever.

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