"being that the oromo are the largest group of people in modern ethiopia it is a shame that rastas in general know so little about them and their history.most rastas i ask have never even heard of the oromo."
a couple of things you said strike i to be very odd. first mek i ask di i a couple of questions if i may.
1. are u in ethiopia now?
2. what rasta u speak of?(ethiopia or abroad)
more forward after u answer if u will answer. iman ah see u and i cant look at ip addresses.
selassie i da first
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