Oromo community in SA appeals to President Ramaphosa to
The Oromo Community of South Africa has accused Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of “political cleansing” of the Oromo people. Oromo community in SA appeals to President Ramaphosa to intervene


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Oromo community in SA appeals to President Ramaphosa to intervene in Ethiopian violence. Crispin Adriaanse–IOL; published date: 2020-07-11 15:48:15 UTC; The Oromo Community of South Africa has accused Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of “political cleansing” of the Oromo people.


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