Precisely. On the off chance that you remove the expansive number of cheats (the most well-known wrongdoing there [in Ziway] is robbery – and state might be out of 5000 or 6000 detainees there around 3000 or 4000 hoodlums) and on the off chance that you remove those individuals who are associated with debasement, not very many in number truth be told, the rest you can say they are all Afaan Oromo speakers. My greatest test was the first year and two months when I was kept in most extreme security in Kality jail. The room was little and the kind of individuals we were with are viewed as lethal hoodlums in this nation; they battle and even the police are terrified of them. At times they use medications and they battle effectively with anyone. It is an extremely troublesome place. In the wake of being there for a year and two months, I was sent to Ziway. Ziway is where individuals who originated from the farmland are constantly kept; individuals who are financially not wealthy, basically individuals who are supposedly associated with having joined with the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF). Furthermore, a large portion of them is Oromos there.