Widow of the late prime minister warns Oromo protesters on social media

(A4O, 06 December 2015) Widow of the late prime minister, Azeb Mesfin, warns Oromo protesters on December 3, 2015 on social media.

12313770_10207142998325041_3569647271543932169_nAzeb Mesfin, wife of Meles Zenawi tells the Oromo protesters to back off from questioning the implementation of the debatable Finfinnee (Addis Ababa) integrated master plan.

On Thursday, she appeared  on her face book page that she left since the death of her husband  and said the government has the responsibility to take every action to stop the Oromo protesters.

She also explains Oromo farmers could be affected when the master plan is implemented and that is the nature of such project.

“This plan may help you too and should not be against it”, she wrote.

Azeb Mesfin, a silent but a powerful hand in the current government circle is criticized in her reputation because of different business ventures she is involved.

Currently, Oromo students from different universities of the country are opposing the implementation of the master plan and the government still continued taking forceful action.

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