The Oslo Noble Prize Awardee Denied the Christian and Amara Genocide in Ethiopia​

By Belayneh Abate For long, the Oslo Noble Peace Prize has been thrown like toys to people who have little value to  human life. History reminds us that Hitler was nominated for Oslo’s Noble Peace Prize in 1939.[1] In 1991,  Aung San Suu Kyi won the noble prize but as we speak her government is  accused of ethnic cleansing  of the Rohingya minorities in Myanmar.[2] In 2019, Oslo awarded the Noble Peace prize to Abiy Ahmed, the chairman of the notorious criminal organization, the Ethiopian People’s Democratic Front(EPRDF). Now Abiy’s government is flatly denying  and concealing the  intensified Amara and Christian genocides in  Ethiopia.

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