Abby and Jamar share a typical intrigue. They have public administration aspirations and want to solidify Oromo upholds in front of the now conceded decisions. A strong ethnic supporter is an extraordinary favorable position in an ethicized political framework, yet even significant in serious governmental issues on the off chance that it converts into votes.
Abby and Jamar's authority styles are not very divergent. The two men are egalitarians; relish putting on a big show, have an affinity for misrepresented manner of speaking and depend more on the sheer power of mystique to win allies.
Jamar appears to appreciate huge bit of leeway over Abby in the challenge for Oromo hearts and brains. His prominence has taken off since he collaborated with Belle ERBA, a generally regarded Oromo lawmaker to lead the Oromo Federalist Congress (AFC). In contrast to the PM, he is on the ground and not diverted by shuffling contending needs. He is more adroit at grassroots legislative issues and his "vernacularized" image of governmental issues has enormous footing with an expansive cross-segment of Promos disillusioned with state arrangements.