Obbo Mateos did what he is asaigned to do in his given role even if we do not accept it. But that does not prevent us from indirectly dealing with him and slowly but surely bending him to support the Oromo struggle in one way or another. To be honest I HATE these kinds of inter oromo endless whinings about the 18th century things of the long past.
However I would better focus on the minority Wayane tyrants who controlls all the powers and through that forces others to do the wrong things. Shouting loud endlesely about the so calle Goobanaa,Goobana mantra ceratnly strenthens the tplf tyrants since we are ONLY GOOD at barking and barking the same old wornout slogans rather than using our brains and search for new solutions for the current problems.
How can we always shout about “Goobanaa!” during Menelik’s rule, “Goobanaa” during Haile Selassie’s rule, “Goobanaa” during Mengistu’s rule, and still “Goobanaa” during the tplf rule, “Goobana” after the tplf splited in to two factions, “Goobanaa” after the tplf’s father, PM.Meles died, “Goobanaa” while brave Oromos are currently shaking the tplf tyrants at its roots.
This means that you can not defeat “Goobanaa” so please if you can’t defeat them just join them and fight them or reform them from the inside. VOILA! 🙂
Dungo Lungo; very excellent comment!!! We need to stop wining about the past, rather look to the future and find solutions to get out the worst.
1. Our news should learn to talk about achievement of Oromo struggle when they speak to Oromo.
2.Our songs too, they should have positive vision, like when the Oromo finish this struggle what type life Oromo kids will live etc.
Being tied to past is not help, it is rather enmity. Oromo should keep his unity more than ever now, anybody (including Oromo) against Oromo unity in any form is an enemy.
What happened to that girl? May Allah have mercy on her.
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