Remembering May 15 – Kinijit DC Metro Support Group

May 13th, 2007 Print Print Email Email

Ethiopians in Washington DC and surrounding area staged a colorful remembrance day of the May 15 2005 Election in Ethiopia. (more…)

Ethiopians in Washington DC and surrounding area staged a colorful remembrance day of the May 15 2005 Election in Ethiopia.

Hundreds paraded through downtown DC Walking 5 Kilometers from Dupont Circle to Freedom Plaza chanting Slogans and Singing freedom songs for their people.

The democratic opening of May 15 was a moment of truth in Ethiopia. It was a day of historic truth for our people to vote. Ethiopians on that day stood in long lines to vote under scorching sun and rejected the TPLF Regime unanimously.

“Yes, the Election was stolen, robbed in broad daylight”?, Eng. Hailu Shawel Said. However, our people have never let their spirit robbed.

The spirit of Kinijit lives on even though the leaders of Kinijit stay in prison. TPLF dies day by day.

Our people are not allowed to voice their wish and desires but their voices are still heard through their sons and daughters in Diaspora.

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