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HaileSilasay, Menen, Zewdeetu, Minyilik, Yohanis, Eeyasu, Teywodros... Some overglorify them, some underglorify them, and others find the porridge that's just right. If you follow the news in the Horn of Africa (especially recently with the bombing in Somalia), you know that disputes aren't being resolved in the best way possible. Democracy is one way to resolve disputes on a grand scale, but it is not the only way. Like all human systems, it has its blemishes. Going forward, if we are striving to establish a longer-lasting peace, we need to seriously consider balancing respecting tradition with respecting the contemporary context. I would posit a constitutional monarchy that incorporates the Oromo Geda as one of many alternatives to discuss...

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On a cold October day in 1986, long-time Maa’ikalaawii (Central Prison) Oromo nationalist prisoners of conscience: Muhee Abdoo, Gazaheny Kaasaahuun, Yiggazuu Waaqee, and Kabbadaa Damissee were dragged out of their cells and executed by cold-blooded security officers of the Derg regime inside a military intelligence compound in Kotebe, a Finfinne suburb.

Army Lieutenant Yiggazuu Waaqee fell into Derg hands while fighting with the Oromo Liberation Army (WBO) against the Derg fascist forces in eastern Oromiyaa in late 1970′s, and he was brought over toMaa’ikalaawii for torture. Well before his fall into enemy’s hands, Lt. Yiggazuu Waaqee gallantly led a company of Derg’s fully armed Oromo soldiers under his command to join the Oromo people’s armed resistance movement led by WBO, which was reorganized in the mid-1970’s, when peaceful efforts to solve the century-old conflict between Oromiyaa and the Ethiopian empire were met violently by the Derg. Since the mid-1970’s, the Oromo people rose up once again and restarted the armed resistance movement under WBO.

The highlight of events in recorded Oromo history during the month of October. Most of these entries were acquired from Gadaa Melbaa’s “Oromia: An Introduction to the History of the Oromo People,” and Ibsaa Guutama’s “Prison of Conscience.” The Oromo National Liberation Movement
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