Appeal to Stop the Ongoing Genocide on the Oromo People

Re: Appeal to Stop the Ongoing Genocide on the Oromo People

Find, below the article, list of civilians killed, raped and properties destroyed

From: Concerned Oromo Group
(Horn of Africa Genocide Watch Group)

Arlington, Texas, USA.
Email: info@africagenocidewatch.org

June 7, 2019

To: Recipient address

Re: Appeal to Stop the Ongoing Genocide on the Oromo People

Dear Mr./Ms./ Recipient:

We are the Oromo native Citizens of the United States and European Nations and we are deeply concerned about the endless and endless genocide strategies of the Ethiopian against innocent civilian Oromo people of Ethiopia. We are writing to you, and all peace-loving Citizens and nations of the world, because the conflict that is brewing in Ethiopia today will be destabilizing the entire horn and cause a catastrophe that will be considerably higher than the 1994 Rwanda genocide in magnitude.

The Oromo people have been under the tyranny of the Ethiopian colonial empire for the last 150 years. Although the Oromo people are the majority of the empire, they have been marginalized under successive Ethiopian dictatorial governments who were treating Oromos like a second-class-citizens. The Oromo people have been resisting all repressive Ethiopian governments for the last 150 years. Over the last 28 years, Oromos and other several minority Nationalities of the country have been under the repressive rule of the EPRDF (Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front).  In the last five years of the 28 years of the EPRDF tyranny, the Oromo struggle reached its climax that has remarkably pushed the country to at least speak to the rest of the world their paths were never different from terrorism; because the nation was almost close to the point of breaking apart. In 2018, the EPRDF was forced to partially listen to the popular demand and some of the dictatorial members presented themselves as supporters of pro-democracy and pro- change although the facts behind them were only a chameleon style of survival. Because some of leaders of these group were either grown up in Oromia or they are Oromos by blood. Thus, the Oromo youth who have been spearheading the struggle, and the Oromo public at large decided to give them a chance of repentance by minimizing protests. Despite losing more than 5,000 Oromo youth called “Kero or in Afan Oromo Qeerroo”, women, and men of all ages in the struggle, the Oromo people chose the peace of the region and the Horn in general. The Oromo celebrated the glimpse of peace and gave a chance so that the “new” leaders transition the country into democracy. However, as of today the government of Abiy Ahmed, who was an EPRDF army colonel himself and currently the prime minister of EPRDF seen by many as a pro-change leader is drifted back to the worst terrorizing approaches against Oromo. In fact, the Prime minister himself told the world that his government was terrorizing the nation. As the result, originally, he presented himself that his government was determined to change the terrorizing strategies of the old leadership his own party. The fact of the matter is the opposite has been true, because he has been upgrading the terrorism strategies to the worst stage. The simplest justifications are his government has started using chemical attacks on civilian Oromo, on nature, burning human alive, burning homes, cattle and wild lives are a few which were never seen during the well know terrorism of the TPLF leadership which he publicly explained in one of his compelling speeches.

Unfortunately, the direction of the expected change took a wrong turn and thousands of Oromo citizens are, once again ended up being murdered, handicapped, evicted, raped, imprisoned, tortured, looted, impoverished, abducted or massacred for no fault of their own, except being Oromo and supporting their credible and honest political organization of their choice.

Under the leadership of Dr. Abiy Ahmed, several unthinkable atrocities have been taking place. Based on the information that we received from the inner circles of the prime minister, more frightening heinous genocidal military strategies are being planned to be carried out on the Oromo people under the pretext that they are supporting Oromo Liberation Front (OLF). To accomplish its ethnic cleansing plan, the government of Dr. Abiy has started using chemical weapon on innocent Oromo citizens. We are in the process of compiling detailed information on the use of prohibited chemical weapons on Oromo civilians and will make it available to the international community in the near future.

In the current report, we have compiled hundreds of killings, rapes, and property destruction committed by the EPRDF killing squads and elite police forces. Most of the killings and property destruction are supported by photos taken by our agents on the ground. More detailed information about each incident reported herein can be provided upon request. The following list summarizes the inhumane atrocities committed against the innocent Oromo civilians in different parts of the Oromia region after Abiy Ahmad came to power (for detailed information, additional documents are presented).

Herein, we presented a brief outline of the recent overviews of unbelievable shocking crimes and inhumanity against the Oromos; for detailed list of specific victims of the reckless military of the Ethiopian government, please refer to the attached spread sheet.

  • The number of civilian Oromo directly killed by the Ethiopian federal army were more than 194.
  • At least three of the Killed civilian victims were denied burial and eaten by wild beasts.
  • Several of the killed victims were burned by the EPRDF federal army in their homes.
  • The number of wounded civilian Oromo by the EPRDF army were countless but over 11 individuals were under critically conditions.
  • The identity of 14 individuals were identified by the community.
  • Numerous raped Oromo women, including a 13 years old teenage girl, about 12 cases were documented by our local representatives.
  • Hundreds of Oromo homes were burned down by the EPRDF federal army; the local residents have documented evidences for about 458 homes.
  • Over 65 Oromo stores were burned by the EPRDF federal army.
  • Thousands of animals were burned in barns; as of today, unknown number, but estimated to be several thousands.
  • Looted Coffee by the EPRDF federal army is estimated to be more than 100,300 kilograms.
  • Looted cash money from Oromo civilians by the EPRDF federal army is more than 1,030,000.00 birr.

The government of Abiy Ahmed is killing Oromo Liberation army (OLA).OLF is the only honest political organization with clear policies to protects all people against discrimination and marginalization in Oromia in order to stabilize and transform the regional peace. OLF has been in exile for the last 28 years but returned home after rounds of negotiations held with the Ethiopian government.

The world must realize the important of OLF to transform the deteriorating political stability of the Horn, because over 50 million Oromo believed in the honest political party that represent them. This was proved on September 15, 2018 when OLF leadership arrived in Finfinnee (Addis Ababa). At least six to 10 million Oromo people turned out to welcome them home. That number of peaceful people has never been seen in that nation’s history to celebrate and welcome a political party. That was the starting point where clear frustration of the Ethiopian government started to rethink about its reform because they realized that all Oromo believed in OLF. Thus, they immediately started harassing and imprisoning OLF members and supporters. The Ethiopian government reneged on the terms of their agreement, including the fate of OLA who were disarmed themselves to accelerate the peace process. However, Ethiopia immediately declared war on OLA and decided to force the disarmament of the remaining OLA members. Several clashes have been occurring between OLA and the murderous Ethiopian army that occasionally resulted in heavy losses of the Ethiopian military. This is apparently the bases of the expansion of inhumane atrocious actions of using chemical weapons against Oromo civilians.

Therefore, we are appealing to peace loving nations, human rights organizations, the great Oromo people, and the oppressed people of Ethiopia to put a pressure on the government of Abiy Ahmed to come back to an honest negotiating table towards peace of the region. The stability of the Horn depends on the 150 years old quest of the 50 million Oromo people for freedom and self-governance instead of attempting to forcefully quash their demand.

Sincerely,

Concerned Oromo Group


The following lists show civilians who were killed, raped and whose properties were destroyed by the regime of PM. Abiy Ahmed

1. Killed

N0.NameZoneDistrictVillage/CityDateComment
1Bariisoo quruuxaaGujiQarcaaLamii Hirbaa1/16/2019
2Lamii HoxxeessaaGujiQarcaaLamii Hirbaa1/16/2019
3Dukkee ShaalameeGujiQarcaaLamii Hirbaa1/16/2019burned to death with house
4Idrisi GalgalooGuji
5  Dulacha UddesaaGuji
6Mi’esa SabuchuuGuji
7Jamaalu MandhisaaGuji
8Tarikuu GotarooGuji
9Galgaloo  CariiGuji
10Beqelee GamadooGuji
11NaasirooGujilast name not available
12 GuutaaGujilast name not available
13YuusuufaaGujilast name not available
14CariiGujilast name not available
15Taarikuu GaalgalooGuji
16Gaalgaloo AreeriiGuji
17Dhaddaacha Waaqoo JaldeessaaGujiDugdaa DawwaaMeddaanoo1/27/2019
18Galgaalo Guyyoo UraagooGujiDugdaa DawwaaMeddaanoo1/27/2019
19Araarsoo Gobaanaa AdoolaGujiDugdaa DawwaaMeddaanoo1/27/2019
20Indirsi GalgaloGujiDugdaa DawwaaMeddaanoo1/27/2019denied of proper burial and bodies fed to dogs
21Dulacha UddeesaGujiDugdaa DawwaaMeddaanoo1/27/2019denied of proper burial and bodies fed to dogs
22Dukkee ShalameeGujiQarcaaLammii Irbaa1/27/2019an elderly women who was burned inside her home by Ethiopian military.
23Waajii Qilxaa KonsooGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019assasinated and burned inside a home
24Badhaanee HoxxeessaaGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019assasinated and burned inside a home
25Dastaa ShunneeGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019
26Danboobi TuukeeGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019
27 GobbuuGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019last name not available
28Girmaa WalaabuuGujiDugdaa Dawwaa1/2/2019
29Abbaa XahaaGujiAdoolaa WaayyuuAbbaalookilled and property, including his house, destroyed
30Daamboobii TukkeeGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa1/2/2019
31Daastaa DhunneeGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa1/2/2019
32Nuguusee Baadaacha MonnooWest GujiGaleessaa Nageessoo4/21/2019killed, burned beyond recognition, and damped elsewhere
33Badir AbdullayiGujiQarcaaQarcaa
34Adam AbduleGujiQarcaaQarcaa
35Roobaa JaggooGujiQarcaaQarcaa
36Mahamad UsmanGujiAdoolaaAbaaloo
37Mahamad AliyyiGujiAdoolaaAbaaloo
38Mohamad AhmadGujiAdoolaaBiluu
39Badhaane Hoxeesa(abiddaan gubate)West GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
40Waajii Qilxaa MixooWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
41 Tushuu Shunee SaafayiiWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
42Gobuu SharduuWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
43Diidoo MokkonaWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
44Kuulii Turee (jaartii ummurii 80)West GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/201880 year old lady
45Badhaatuu HalakeeWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
46Guyyee TukeeWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
47Abdii MuhaamadiWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
48Naasiri JamaalWest GujiDuugda Daawwa12/28/2018
49Uddeesa Boruu KooyyoWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
50 Dullacha BarbaadoWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
51Shuboo Duubee JilooWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
52Bariiso Godaanaa DanbiiWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
53Xilahuu Waataa SheddooWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
54Balayi Alamaayyo DiidooWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018
55Diiduu Diida SoraaWest GujiGalaanaShamoolee Shiidaa12/28/2018a pregnant women whose burial was denied and eaten by hyenas
56Goobana QorxiteeWest GujiGalaana
57Dukkalee Goobana Qorxitee (abbaa fi ilmma)West GujiGalaana
58Nagawoo Dhaqaboo DiimaaWest GujiGalaana
59Iyaasuu Bonee OlyaadeeWest GujiGalaana
60Akkililuu Udeesa AreerriiGujiBirbiirsa Kojjo’aaEeladiimaakilled and draged on the street tied to a moving vehicle
61Abbatii Shabulaa AdoolaGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa8/3/2018an eight year old
62Siidaa Danbii IyaaGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa8/3/2018
63Haloo Taaduu EleetuuGujiBulee HoraaHeera Liiphitu2/20/2019
64Adisuu Abbayyii DullachaaGujiBulee HoraaHeera Liiphitu2/20/2019
65Dhaddacha Waaqoo JaldeessaGujiBulee HoraaHeera Liiphitu2/20/2019
66Galgaloo Uraagoo LoleeGujiBulee HoraaHeera Liiphitu2/20/2019
67Girmaa Wolaabu BusaawwaGujiDugdaa DawwaaJigeessa Naannesaa4/24/2019a teacher
68Jiloo BiittuGujiDugdaa DawwaaJigeessa Naannesaa4/24/2019an 80 year old man
69Kuulii Dheeraa DullooGujiDugdaa DawwaaJigeessa Naannesaa4/24/2019a 75 year old lady
70Haanquu ShibbiruuGujiBulee HoraaMaaxee Leemmaa5/11/2019killed around 3:30 by hail of bullets
71Xelloo BoneyyaaGujiBulee HoraaMaaxee Leemmaa5/11/2019killed around 3:30 by hail of bullets
72Kurnyii UddeessaaGujiBulee HoraaMaaxee Leemmaa5/11/2019killed around 3:30 by hail of bullets
73Nugusee BadachaaWest GujiMalkaa SoodaaDaayaa Daawwaa4/22/2019killed while working on farms
74Duubee EeddooWest GujiMalkaa SoodaaDaayaa Daawwaa4/22/2019a 15 year old boy killed when a bullet fired by Ethiopian army hit him in the neck
75Miiraa Ji’oo HoxxeeWest GujiGalaanaTooree2/2/2019an 11th grade student
76AKLIILUU Oddoo AreeriiGujiBirbiirsa KojoowaaEeladiimaa2/8/2019killed and draged on the street tied to a moving vehicle and hanged on Oromo flag pole
77Badhaanee HoxxeessaaGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa4/19/2019killed, burned beyond recognition, and damped elsewhere
78Qilxaa Waajii MiixooGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa4/19/2019killed, burned beyond recognition, and damped elsewhere
79Kuulii DuulooGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa4/19/2019a 70 year old women
80Jiloo BiiftuuGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa4/19/2019a 75 year old man
81Badhaatuu HalaakeeGujiDugdaa DawwaaFincawaa4/19/2019second year preparatory school student
82Dukkaallee OdaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019killed and house burned down
83Qooncoraa HuddeessaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019killed and house burned down
84Qamarii AdoolaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019
85Baallii UddeessaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019killed and house burned down
86Bariisoo QaalliichaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019a 10 year old
87Kallaacha BirbiirsaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019an eight year old child
88Odaa Abbaa XuyyeeEast GujiAaga WaayyuuBaddeessoo Ulaanulloo3/1/2019
89Morkataa MakkiiyaaEast GujiSabboo BoruuBuphoo3/28/2019
90Buruudee GadaaEast GujiWounded and being treated in hospital with her three year old daughter
91Ukkuuraa UttuulleeGujiBulee HoraaBaddaa Magadaa3/24/2019wounded in a cruel manner
92Baddeessaa AbarraaGujiBulee HoraaBaddaa Magadaa3/24/2019wounded in a cruel manner
93Bulee KurreeGujiBulee HoraaBaddaa Magadaa3/24/2019wounded in a cruel manner
94Jiloo Bilisoo SurisaaGujiBulee HoraaBaddaa Magadaa3/24/2019wounded in a cruel manner
95Biraanuu GoobanaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019wounded in a cruel manner
96Ufkee SabbaaEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019wounded in a cruel manner
97Buruudee Gadaa (pregnant)East GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019wounded in a cruel manner
98A three year old girlEast GujiSabbaa BoruuHaroo Garrii2/19/2019wounded in a cruel manner
The following people were killed in East and West Wallagga zones at different times.
99Haaj Gudfinaa TolasaaWest WallaggaQondaalaa
100Xahaa HiisaaWest WallaggaQondaalaa
101Kamaal QaasimWest WallaggaQondaalaa
102Hasan AkliluuWest WallaggaQondaalaa
103Yaa’iqoob MuusaaWest WallaggaQondaalaa
104Raamadaan WaltajjiiWest WallaggaQondaalaa
105Madaksaa IddoosaaWest WallaggaBegii
106Amaan AbdullahWest WallaggaBegii
107Abdulqaadir GalataaWest WallaggaBegii
108Yoonaas MohammadWest WallaggaBegii
109Jamaal TufaaWest WallaggaBegii
110Garomaa IttaanaaWest WallaggaBegii
111Raamatallaa AbdulqaadirWest WallaggaBegii
112Mokonnin Shama’uunWest WallaggaBegii
113Yaasin AbdallaaWest WallaggaBegii
114Fiqaaduu FayisaaWest WallaggaBegii
115Raamatallaa DamiseeWest WallaggaBegii
116Tafarii AbrahaamWest WallaggaBegii
117Fiqaaduu TaasisaaWest WallaggaBegii
118Abdiisaa FiroomsaaWest WallaggaBegii
119Isiyaaq AbdiisaaWest WallaggaBegii
120Zaakir NuuraddiinWest WallaggaBegii
121Admaasuu AshabbirWest WallaggaBegii
122Rashid JamaalWest WallaggaBegii
123Yaadasaa TarfaaWest WallaggaBegii
124Sa’id HasanWest WallaggaBegii
125Indaashawu ShaakiiWest WallaggaBegii
126Andashuu Shaagii MaammadWest WallaggaBegii
127Caalaa lammeessaaWest WallaggaBegii
128Saddiiqaa Maammud MorodaaWest WallaggaBegii
129Galaanee ShaafeeWest WallaggaGidamii
130Gamulaa JissaaWest WallaggaGidamii
131Koorii DaaqaaWest WallaggaGidamii
132Toomaas DhabsuuWest WallaggaGidamii
133Mazgabuu GeebaaWest WallaggaGidamii
134Gammachuu GuutaaWest WallaggaGidamii
135Tafarii DinqaaWest WallaggaGidamii
136Umar HiisaaWest WallaggaGidamii
137Kamaal GabruuWest WallaggaGidamii
138Nasrallaa TaaddasaaWest WallaggaGidamii
139Fayisaa Ofga’aaWest WallaggaGidamii
140Mokonnin TolasaaWest WallaggaGidamii
141Eebbisaa RaggaasaaWest WallaggaGidamii
142Dastaa HoraaWest WallaggaGidamii
143Burruusee TarfaasaaWest WallaggaGidamii
144Sa’id AdamWest WallaggaGidamii
145Fayisaa HoraaWest WallaggaGidamii
146Mirreessaa WaltajjiiWest WallaggaGidamii
147Fufaa UmarWest WallaggaGidamii
148Malkaamuu DaggafaaWest WallaggaGidamii
149Taammiraat AbarraaWest WallaggaDambi Dolloo
150Tsaggaa(Vaandaam)West WallaggaDambi Dolloo
151Yaasin AbdallaaWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
152Taakkalee BulchaaWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
153Abdataa WaakkenneeWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
154Hundeessaa AbdiisaaWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
155Dabalaa BantiiWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
156AyichowWest WallaggaAnfillooMuggii
157Zalaalam OgiinaaEast WallaggaNaqamtee
158Abbabee MokonninEast WallaggaNaqamtee
159AmantiiEast WallaggaNaqamtee
160Gammachiis XilahuunWest Wallagga
161Zargee MinaaseeWest WallaggaNajjoo
162Ballinaa MootiiWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
163Abaataa CoommiiWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
164Xilahuun AyyaanaaWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
165Naatnaael KaasahuunWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
166AseeWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
167Barsiisaa Sanyii Saamu’eelWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
168Tarrafaa BaabbooWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
169Taklee TolaaWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
170Saamu’eel AbarraaWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
171Lidataa AmanaaWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
172Badhaasaa HundeessaaWest WallaggaMana Sibuu
173Saamu’eel TaaddasaaWest WallaggaMana SibuuA teacher
174Obbo Eebbisaa TarfaaWest WallaggaInnaangoo
175Obbo Mulugeetaa BoodanaaWest WallaggaInnaangoo
176Solomoon DhiyaanaaWest WallaggaInnaangoo
177Warraaqaa AddisuuWest WallaggaInnaangoo
178Tsaggaayee JaarraaWest WallaggaInnaangoo
179Indaaluu MtsiyoonWest WallaggaInnaangoo
180Abdulqaadir Ayyaanaa GodeeWest WallaggaToongoo
181Ismaa’el Abdallaa DhowwaaWest WallaggaToongoo
182Kadir Ahmad GindaabaaWest WallaggaToongoo

2. RAPED

No.NameZoneDistrictVillage/City DateComment
1Taammiree GammachaaGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
2Immaa InnuuGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
3Haannaa DastaGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
4Ayyaantuu GammachuuGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
5Miimmii WosheeGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
6Beezaa ImmushiGujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/6/2019Raped by Ethiopian miiitary
7Gaannat MagaarsaGujiDimtuu HambaallaWammaannaa mother of two – raped by military
8Burtee KasaaheeGujiDimtuu HambaallaWammaannaa mother of four – raped by military
9Zaaraa AsafaaGujiDimtuu HambaallaQilleensoo Mokkonniisa3/26/2019raped by military – a restaurant worker
10Beezaa ImuushiWest GujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/5/201918 year old girl raped by Ethiopian military
11Tamiree GammadeeWest GujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/5/201917 year old girl raped by Ethiopian military
12Baachoo Warq-HageenyawWest GujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/5/201915 year old girl raped by Ethiopian military
13Ushee ShibiruuWest GujiBulee HoraaSoorilee Waaccuu2/5/201913 year old child raped by Ethiopian military

3. Properties destroyed

No.NameZoneProperty Destroyed
1Abdala AhimedGujitwo residential homes, one store, one millhouse, 200 quintals of corn, 50 quintals of Teff, 200,000 birr
2Anjaabu AdmeeGujitwo residential homes, one store, one millhouse
3Shamee UmareeGujione motor cycle, four houses, and 59,000 birr
4Abdi MumeeGujione residential home and one store
5Huseen AdaniGuji72 quintals of corn, 10 quintals of wheat, eight quintals of barley, two cows, and 45 quintals of coffee beans
6Musxafaa MuhammadGujione store, two residential homes, one millhouse, and 75,000 birr.
7Abdi MuhammadGujiOne residential home and one store
8Qamari HaruniGujifive room house and one millhouse
9Muumiyee YenusGujione residential home and one store
10Ahimed AbiibiGujione residential home
11Hasani AhimedGujitwo residential homes and one store
12Kadiri MuhammadGujione residential home and one storage
13Ibrahimi MuhammadGujitwo residential homes
14Mahamad SaniGujione millhouse and three houses
15Turree AbbasaabeGujithree residential homes
16Abdi AliyeeGujione residential home
17Yusuuf SulemaanGujione residential home
18Abdala YaaqmiGujitwo residential homes and one store
19Muhammed AhimedGujione residential home
20Muhammed HajiiGujitwo residential homes and one store
21Sheeki AnuwariGujione residential home
22Mika’ili IbrahimGujithree residential homes
23Muhammed AbbaaGujitwo residential homes and one store
24Usufee UsmaanGujione residential home
25Nuradiin AbdulayiGujione residential home
26Shamsadiin SaaniGujithree residential homes
27Shariif IbrahimGujione residential home
28Usoo AhimedGujione residential home
29Amayaa AbdalaGujione millhouse and one residential home
30Huseen AbdalaGujione residential home
31Hashim UsmanGujithree residential homes
32Ahmayya AbdallayiGujione millhouse and one residential home
33Anjabuu AdamGujione millhouse and three residential homes
34MumiyyeGujione residential home and one store
35Mahamad AbdallaGujitwo residential homes
36Abdalla YaqinGujitwo residential homes
37Ahmad HabibGujitwo residential homes
38Ibrahim AhmadGujithree houses
39Zakkariya AdamGujione residential home
40Sufiyan AbduramanGujione residential home
41Mahamad YusufGujitwo residential homes
42Yusuf UsmanGujitwo residential homes
43Husen AhmadGujione residential home
44Ibrahim ShafiGujione residential home
45Ramadan HusenGujione residential home and one store
46Maammad IddooGujiburned three houses with 300,000 birr in it
47Baqqalaa SheenkooGujione residential home
48Sabbaa DuubeeGujione residential home
49Adam RoobaaGujione millhouse
50Dammaqaa MaammooGujione residential home
51Seefuddiin KalifGujione residential home
52Suleyman KadirGujione residential home and one store
53Kadir QaasimGujione residential home
54Haasanoo AbdurqadirGujione residential home
55Jamal AhmadGujione residential home
56Abdii JamalGujione residential home
57Bayaan ZeyinGujione residential home
58Obboo AbbaayyooGujione residential home
59Booggaala BeejooGujione residential home
60Sheeki AliyyiiGujitwo millhouses and one residential home
61AbdujalilGujione residential home
62Malkaamuu HalakeeGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
63Wandumuu TureeGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
64Aagaa DhugooGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
65Aanolee MagaadaaGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
66Dasataa QoncoorooGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
67Arboo BoruuGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
68Galgaluu CiicuuGujiburned residential home that is worth over a million birr
69Taaddasaa DuullachaaGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
70Kushuuruu  KondeeGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
71Kidaanee WuddeessaaGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
72Saafayii KaffeeGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
73Taaddasa DullachaatuGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
74Bariisoo HaayyuuGujiburned down one residential home with all the property in it
75Hadaa DuubeeGujiburned down one residential home
76Roobaa HadaaGujiburned down one residential home
77Abaraa RoobaGuji480 quintals of coffee and two warehouses
78Ashabiri BaanataGujione residential home and one store
79Kattoo JaataniGujione residential home robbed by military
80Dasitaa WaaqoGujione residential home and a motorcycle
81Bulee JaataniiGujione residential home robbed by military
82Aliyee HasanGujione millhouse, one residential home, and a motorcycle
83Hinseen EexooGujione motorcycle and one residential home
84Geetachoo ElemaaGujione residential home and a motorcycle
85Aliyee MuhaamedGujione residential home and a motorcycle
86Naasirhala MorkataaGuji200,000 birr, 13 quintals of coffee, and one residential home
87Zegeyee AsfaaGuji180,000 birr, one store, and one residential home
88Bulee MorkataaGujione residential home and certificate of education
89Kadiri MumeeGujione residential home robbed by military
90Ballii DuubeGujione residential home robbed by military
91Danboobi EelemaaGujione residential home robbed by military
92Ahimed AsaffaaGujione residential home robbed by military
93Turkii MuhammadGuji10 quintals of grain
94Abdalaa MuhammadGujione residential home robbed by military
95AbbadaakoGujione residential home robbed by military
96Abdallaa MuhammadGujione residential home robbed by military
97Muhammad AhimedGujione residential home robbed by military
98Obsaa XoonoGujione residential home robbed by military
99Goobanaa Dhugoo QansiGuji22,000 birr and several jewelry (gold) belonging to him and his wife
100Tasfaayee SoraaGujione hand gun, 300,000 bir, and jewlery (gold)
101Magaarsa MogoseeGujihouse burned down on 2/17/2019
102Phexiros GalgalooGujihouse burned down on 2/17/2020
103Balaachoo phexirosGujihouse burned down on 2/17/2021
104Bobbaasa JarsooGujihouse burned down on 2/17/2022
105Jarsoo DhugooGujihouse burned down on 2/17/2023
106Wuddeessa KijibaGujihouse burned down
107Kushuruu KoondeeGujihouse burned down
108Taaddasaa DullachaaGujihouse burned down
109Hadaa DuubeeGujihouse burned down
110Roobaa HadaaGujihouse burned down
111Baatii AreeriGujia 10 year old girl burned to death inside the house
112Sakkee MokkonnaaGujihouse burned down
113Kateeloo DanbiiGujihouse burned down
114Kidaanee WuddeessaGujihouse burned down
115Odaa HoxxeessaGujihouse burned down
116Sharuukkaa OdaaGujihouse burned down
117Kateeloo DanbiiGujihouse burned down
118Wuddeessa GannaaleeGujihouse burned down
119Hordoofaa BokkuuGujihouse burned down
120Gabayyoo EjeersaGujihouse burned down
121Uturaa DullachGujihouse burned down
122Eleemaa BunduggeeGujihouse burned down
123Guyyee ElemaaGujihouse burned down
124 Airmiyaas AreeriGujihouse burned down
125Saamminoo AreeriiGujihouse burned down
126Gobanaa EdeemaaGujihouse burned down
127Boruu DiidoGujihouse burned down
128Nagahoo diidooGujihouse burned down
129Eleemaa BunduuggeeGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
130Wuddeessaa KijibaaGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
131Kushuuruu KoondeGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
132Areerii BaatiiGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019 with a 10 year old girl inside
133Asamminoo AreeriGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
134Hirmiyaas AreeriGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
135Kidaane WuddeessaGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
136Hordoofaa BokkuuGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
137Elemaa BunduggetiGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
138Baqqalaa HalaakeeGujihouse burned down on 2/2/2019
139Uddeessaa KijibaaGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
140Roobaa HadaaGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
141Hadaa DuubeeGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
142Saafayii KaffeeGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
143Kaateeloo GabaayyooGujihouse burned down on 4/13/2019
144Dullaacha AdoolaaGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
145Canquu DuubaaGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
146Moroodee SiraajGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
147Raabatoo EeguuGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
148Baqqalaa ShawaaGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
149Boochiyyee GuyyeeGujihouse burned down on 5/14/2019
150Suleemaan MohammaadGujihouse burned down on 5/26/2019
151Mohaammaad RoobaaGujihouse burned down on 5/26/2019
Houses burned down by Ethiopian military in different villages whose ownership cannot be established
1Dambii Oddoo villageGuji48 homes
2Gaalee Daambii villageGuji9 homes
3Gaalee Daagataa villageGuji5 homes
4Roojjii villageGuji9 homes
5Magaadoo BaadiyyaaGuji50 homes and three millhouses
6AlloonaaGuji30 homes
7SawweenaaGuji35 homes
8Qorcaa DaalattiiGuji35 homes
9Sabbaa GuduubaaGuji20 homes
The following people were robbed by Ethiopian military in different parts of West Wallagga
1Fissaa GabiremadiinWest Wallaggaaelectronics store
2NaggeeWest Wallaggaaa 43 inch television and many other items from a store
3TashoomeeWest Wallaggaa30,000 birr confisicated by military
4several youthWest Wallaggaamobile phones illegaly confisicated
Private properties of the following individuals were destroyed in West Wallaggaa
1Madaksaa IddoosaaWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
2Mana lama duraa gubanWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
3Qabeenya hunda saamanWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
4Beekumaa HabiibooWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
5Mana lama duraa dubanWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
6Qabeenya hunda saamanWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
7Tamasgeen TaaddasaaWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
8Jaafar TaasisaaWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned and property destroyed
9Guutaa GabreeWest Wallaggaaresidential homes burned, over a million birr worth of property destroyed
10Fedhasaa GuutaaWest Wallaggaahouse burned down, 180 quintals of grain and 100 quintals of coffee robbed by military
11Dabalaa IddoosaaWest Wallaggaaa machinery house burned down
12Daawwit HiikaaWest Wallaggaaone store robbed by military
13Abraham TaammiruuWest Wallaggaaone store robbed by military
14Mustafaa ShiishiiWest Wallaggaaproperty robbed by military
15Kadir SaaleeWest Wallaggaahouse burned down
16Haayiluu ImaanaaWest Wallaggaahouse burned down

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