In the Borana/Southern Afaan Oromoo dialect, calling someone "dawwe" is a serious charge.
In Oromia, we cannot accept a rationale that attempts to convince us that the killers of yesterday can bring justice today.
The Oromo people must unite, rally behind and support the third revolution set off by our gallant archbishops regardless of our religious background.
Feelings of unspeakable grief is felt by Oromos when they see atrocities committed by the Amhara Fano.
The Ethiopian empire was built on this gruesome violence in Oromia and other regions of Ethiopia.
Maintaining stability in Oromia is necessary to ensure stability in the entire Horn of Africa.
Oromos must be represented by those they see fit to represent them.
The only solution is to gradually move towards some kind of Ethiopian confederation or even something that would resemble what brings together the states of the European Union.
The Oromo people are not scared of independence.
In the absence of an open debate in Oromo Politics, people are left to build their own assumptions.