Oromia-Ethiopia: J/ Asli Oromo – The Heroine Who Survived the Real Qaallitti
The following interview with J/ Asli Oromo, the heroine who survived the real Qaallitti, was conducted by journalist Eyob Bayissa of the Seife-Nebelbal Radio.
J/ Asli Oromo is an Oromo freedom fighter, who was captured in the line of duty by the enemy Woyane force, which has been militarily occupying Oromiyaa since 1991. J/ Asli Oromo was then sentenced to death by the Atse Meles Zenawi regime and was thrown to several Abyssinian colonial gulag camps for the Oromo, such as Hurso, Zeway and Qaallitti (Kaliti). After 17 years of torturous imprisonment, J/ Asli Oromo was released from prison due to the pressure the regime was put under by some Oromo elders following the release of the Kinijit leaders from Kaliti.
In the following interview, J/ Asli Oromo exposes that Kinijit’s Kaliti and Oromo political prisoners’ Qaallitti had not been the same. Today, there’s a huge effort by Abyssinian colonial elites to rewrite the history of the colonial gulag, Qaallitti, as a “prison house of Kinijit” though the gulag has been “speaking Afan Oromo” for the last 20 years – with more than 95% of its political prisoners being Oromo freedom fighters. Despite the number of books on the subject, the truth shall prevail, and future generations will remember the gulag as the “second prison house of the Oromo,” with the first prison house of the Oromo being the Abyssinian-Ethiopian empire itself.
Listen to the interview: