The Oromo make up above and beyond 33% of Ethiopia's 100 million individuals. Generally, Promos have been pushed to the edge of the nation's political and public activity and delivered shameful of regard and thought.
Oromo culture and language have been restricted and their personality vilified, getting imperceptible and unnoticeable inside standard points of view.
Promos considered themselves to be portions of no part - the individuals who have a place with the nation yet have nothing to do with it, the individuals who can talk however whose voices are heard as a commotion, not a talk.
At the point when the current government came into power a fourth of a century prior, it sought after a methodology of separation and rule wherein the Promos and Amaral, the two biggest ethnic gatherings in the nation, are introduced as unceasing foes.
Promos are accused as secessionists to legitimize the kept checking, control, and policing of Oromo learned people, lawmakers, specialists and activists.
By portraying Oromo requests for equivalent portrayal and self-governance as fanatic and exclusionary, it attempted to split apart them and other ethnic gatherings, especially the Adhara.
This permitted the decision Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front and Tirana elites to introduce themselves as the lone political development in the country that could give the steadiness and coherence looked for by local and worldwide forces with personal stake around there.
Albeit these fights are set off by later occasions, they are microcosms [of] a seriously suffering and more profound emergency of political portrayal and methodical minimization endured by the Oromo public.
In its 2015 exhaustive nation report named "On the grounds that I am Oromo", Amnesty International discovered proof of methodical and inescapable examples of unpredictable and unbalanced assault against the Oromo basically in light of the fact that they are Promos.