Chaltu Takelle was imprisoned by the TPLF regime multiple times, for several years before the regime was forced to release her by the popular movement of OromoProtests. OPDO imprisoned her again.

Chaltu Takelle was imprisoned by the TPLF regime multiple times, for several years before the regime was forced to release her by the popular movement of #OromoProtests. OPDO imprisoned her again.

Gabriele Joshua

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  1. The more things change, the more things stay the same. OPDO government in general and PM Abiy Ahmed is full of contradiction. They created sort of “smoke-screen” pretending that they have changed, and that more change is coming. They indeed succeed making publicity stunt making headline news- one after another. But nothing has changed. The so called OPDO led-EPRDF regime thrives only through chaos, as its predecessor. If there is none, therefore, they have to manufacture chaos.

    Think about how many layers of contradictions exit in that country now. The Tormented and the tormentors spanning four regimes are all living in the same roof, sort-of. No justice for victims of state terror what so ever. No one accountable. Worse yet, more state terror on those victims once again. Case in point here is Chaltu Takele herself. Where in the world this happen except of course in that God-forsaken Ethiopia.

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