"Shashamane is a town in the southern part of the Shoa province, (now known as Oromia State under the new Federal structure) roughly 150 miles from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. Located in the Rift Valley at an altitude of 2000 feet, it is famous for its fertile land and lies on both sides of the Kings Highway, which leads to Kenya. Shashamane, originally established as a garrison town, dates back to the beginning of the 19th century.
The name was taken from an Ethiopian woman named Shashe, who had a famous rest facility and provisions for travellers, mene, the word for this facility in the Oromo language. The predominant Ethnic group is Oromo, followed by the Amhara. Christianity and Islam are the dominant religions."
I think you are forgetting about the 400 plus hectares of land that were reclaimed by Oromo. Rastafari people were left with less than 10%
If Shashamane is Oromo land, how do you call land reclamation theft by the Oromo, who the land originally belonged to?
If the majority of the people are christian and muslim, then that would mean that most are not Rastafari people. right?
And since the people are black, then there are black religions there other than Rastafari, right?
Do you have to be spoon fed little boy?
I am not gonna keep responding to you if you dont get your weight up.
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