Situation of displaced people from Bahar Dar and Oromia regions

|VOA| Out of the Benshangul Gumuz and Oromia Districts, migrants in the temporary shelter of Bahar Dar have been in trouble.

Out of the Benshangul Gumuz and Oromia Districts, migrants in the temporary shelter of Bahar Dar have been in trouble.

Last May, the victims were relocated to the coastal area of ​​Bahar Dar and were rescued by the church. Some of the evacuees had returned, but some confirmed that they were still back in Bahar Dar, with a shelter site and relatives.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. First thing first.
    I is so alarming that Ethiopian leaders are telling Ethiopians to “Tedemeru” while a good many Ethiopians in Humera, Setit, Raya, and many other communities are forcefully anexed by Tegrai, and others are forced to leave their homes because they supposedly do not belong in parts of Ethiopia. The “Demera” should only be after the wrongs done to victims of such displacement, and annexation are fully addressed. By the way what is being done about the numerous individuals who had committed major crimes, and stolen Billions of dollars. So far we do not see any major steps being taken to bring these people to justice. Many actually have been given other position in the government (Ambassadorship) and many are either hiding their loots or moving their stolen wealth out of the country. Talk is cheap. Less of empty feel good talk and more real action.

  2. The murder, and mayhem continues…….
    What a joke, after all the talk about love, and unity. The murder of innocent people is actually increasing. Ethiopian people seeking a lasting peace, and a united Ethiopia should intensify the struggle, not fall for the empty rhetoric of the Prime Minister who can not control his own group, currently the prime suspect. Those Ethiopians who have currently gone back to Ethiopia are giving legitimacy to a government that is sitting by ideal when it’s citizen are being massacred. A country that is divided by tribe is not the solution. How about going back to the “Provinces”.

    The struggle continues……

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