Monthly Archives: September 2013

Oromo Democracy: An Indigenous African Political System

(A4O, 10 September 2013) Oromo Democracy is  an Indigenous African Political System written by anthropologist Asmarom Legesse.

Many argue that Profesor Asmarom Leggesse’s goal was to show that indigenous African democratic institution and principles do indeed exist in a very complex manner.

In fact the book is very organised, readable and well-referenced in many aspects for all purposes.

For more information you can spent your precious time and money to such valuable book.

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MOYA president speaks about importance of culture to be united

(A4O, 10 September 22013) Iftu Kassim is the current president of Melbourne Oromo Youth Association (MOYA).

According to africamediaaustralia (AMA) Iftu is  a young articulate, energetic and passionate girl who wants to preserve her culture and encourage others in her community and beyond to strive for their best and be united for what matters.

MOYA president Iftu Kassim speaks about Oromo culture, the role of young generation in maintaining their culture, and Oromo youth activities in Melbourne.

Iftu illustrates well the new breed of leaders within the African-Australian community and in her interview with AMA’s Clyde S. Sharady, she also talks about a recent event she organised for her group.


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