KARE 11: Local Oromo community honored by Twin Cities mayors
MINNEAPOLIS – To recognize the importance of Oromo people in Minnesota, both St. Paul and Minneapolis’ mayors declared the week of June 29 to July 6, “Oromo Week.”
“We love it here,” said Hassan Hussein. “I think it’s very good recognition and I think it signifies the contributions that we bring to the community.”
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