Ethiopia a press conference has been called to form an Oromo Orthodox Church

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The next project of unification is officially announced today at the Oromo Cultural Hall in Addis Ababa.

Merera Gudina, the freed leader of Ethiopia’s main opposition party, the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC) says he is doing well after over a year in detention. The respected academic is reported by the BBC to have said he was ‘After 400 days in prison, I’m okay.’ On the back of a government call for engagement with the opposition, he added his readiness to engage with the regime. “I’ve never broken the law. As a former member of parliament, I know the constitution and have always respected the law. I’m delighted to be released. The government says it wants to lay the groundwork for national reconciliation, that’s what I heard about the state media,” he said. displayAdvert("mpu_3") I've never broken the law. As a former member of parliament, I know the constitution and have always respected the law. I'm delighted to be released. The government says it wants to lay the groundwork for national reconciliation, that's what I heard about the state media. Gudina was arrested in December 2016 at the airport when he arrived from Brissels where he met with the European Union parliament to discuss political events back home. At the time, the government had
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