Oromo and Ogaden Protest Against Dictator’s Financiers

(A4O, 22 July 2013) According to Canada – CBC news many Oromo and Ogaden Protest in Edmonton, Canada, Against Ethiopian Empire’s Financiers; heavy police presence, no arrests at Edmonton protest.

Police responded to a call of an officer in distress during rally against the Ethiopian government

A heavy police presence formed outside the Belmead Community league in west Edmonton Saturday afternoon when about 100 protesters gathered to rally against the Ethiopian government.

Protesters told CBC News that representatives from the Ethiopian government were meeting inside the community league’s building to discuss selling bonds for a hydroelectric dam project on the Blue Nile River in Ethiopia.

Several people involved in the protest said their goal in rallying at the building was to disrupt the meeting.

– Full Story (CBC.ca)

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