Jawar Mohammed executive director of Oromo Media Network OMN move to Addis after 15 years in Exile
A meeting with a youthful Oromo political examiner and social observer, Mr. Jawar Mohammed, about his youth, political perspectives, and dreams. He additionally shared his perspectives on the condition of legislative issues in Ethiopia and the Horn, the Oromo battle and the up and coming decision. He's the meeting.
I experienced childhood in Dhummugaa, a little rustic town on the Arsi-Hararge fringe in Oromia. I consider Dhummugaa the place where I grew up where I became an adult and where I went to primary school until the point that I got kicked out and left for Asella. There, I went to a Catholic school for multi-year and Cilaalo optional school for one more year until I by and by needed to move to Adama, where I took my secondary school national exam.
From that point, I won a grant to go to the United World College of South East Asia in Singapore, where I examined Afaan Oromoo and different subjects. An endless supply of my examinations there, I came to Stanford for my college degree and graduated this past June. As of now, I have quite recently finished an entry level position in Washington, DC; and I am presently directing an autonomous research. I intend to begin graduate school this coming September.