The last point is particularly noteworthy. Lately insecurity across Ethiopia has raised forcefully, particularly in his own district. The day after his meeting with the Guardian a convention in the town of Shashamene turned fierce, as a horde of Jawar adherents openly hanged a man they associated with conveying a bomb. Two more kicked the bucket in the gore that followed. Numerous Ethiopians reprimand him for the turmoil, and he was constrained to drop the remainder of his visit.
Jawar in any case stays hopeful about the nation's future, and about the possibility of a quiet governmental issues liberated from rough articulations of ethnic character. "I do except on the off chance that we democratize the Ethiopian state – permitting individuals of all ethnicities to take an interest in the political procedure and to get a decent amount of influence and riches – there is a chance the cutting edge will be glad Oromo and pleased Ethiopian simultaneously. I believe that is conceivable."