Ethiopia‘s Oromo community is celebrating its annual spring season festival of Irreecha.
But for the first time in 150 years, the celebration is being held in the capital, a city many Oromo leaders argue is part of their territory.
The move has raised concerns of reigniting ethnic tensions.
Al Jazeera’s Robyn Kriel reports from Addis Ababa.
The last few years of Irreecha celebrations, held outside Addis Ababa, have been marred by protests following a stampede at the festival in 2016 where the government says 50 people were killed.