this whole episode makes me ill and it’s going to get worst before it gets better. i remember once a confrontation of sorts at university of washington between the oromo students and the amhara students. was a sad day then as is now
Nonetheless he felt he had to speak out. “[The] Ethiopian government [is] killing my people. So wherever I stand, [I stand] with Oromo protest anywhere because Oromo is my tribe. At this time, any people, all my relatives in prison, in prison. Daily I worry, I worry…If you talk, you write [about the protest], they kill you. So I stand with Oromo protest anywhere,” Lilesa said.