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Ethiopia: ONLF Executive Committee Meeting Makes New plans,Evaluates the recent

Mareeg.com-By Ahmed Abdi-It is cleared now,the most anticipated discussion topics at the three day’s ONLF
Executive Committee came behind closed doors in executive session in Watford,UK.
ONLF Committee members openly discussed and evaluated the recent diplomatic and
military gains and circumstances yet surrounded by its efforts to gain Ogaden
region’s full independence. Committee members heard from Committee Ogaden National
Liberation Front’s Chairman Admiral Mohammed Omar Osman ,the report of what have
carried out with the decisions reached by the ONLF in the Central committee’s sixth
session in August last year in Eritrea.The Admiral and the ONLF Executive Committee
had discussed the concept in previous meetings with some Ethiopian Opposition groups
as a possible direction for aligning with forces that are going to topple what they
call, “the undemocratic regime of TPLF/EPRDF” and a sign of moving forward should
its alignment to oust out the regime before the next year’s election as the regime
knows only the language of power rather than transferring power in a peaceful way.
The Chairman and Committee members agreed on that the group have achieved too much
so far ,and the new plans are well received and ready to implement as soon as
possible.”The Ethiopian regime is not yet ready to transfer the power in a peaceful
manner after more than two decades rule and yet wants to steal the citizen’s votes
in 2015-election.As for, the Oppressed and down-trodden nations of Oromia,
Sidama,Anyuak ,Ganbella, Afar and other nations under Abyssinian occupation have
been marginalized enough and have decided that their nations can no longer called
part of so-called Ethiopia in this 21st century and Ogaden is ready-for Independence
as Ethiopia is no longer controls more than 40 percent of Ogaden Region”,said the
Admiral.
The Admiral believes that Ethiopia’s TPLF is a tiger-paper now and its abduction of
the two-key ONLF negotiators proved to be a sign of weak and in a desperate
condition that the regime is experiencing,but it only increased them in strength as
the regime has failed to defeat ONLF militarily.

The Executive committee have evaluated the recent military gains of the Ogaden
National Liberation Army (ONLA),and the situations of the World particularly the
Horn of Africa we have come up with several plans and strategies,which are to
intensify the military efforts in part of weakening and forcing to pull out the
Ethiopian troops in Ogaden and foreign- backed traitors of Liyu Police,to counter
Ethiopian Propaganda and commitment to principles and values in order to counter
enemy plots “.
The Executive Committee thanked the Somali Ogaden Communities around the globe for
their support of the ONLF to continue moving forward was a sign in favor of the
plan’s merit.
The three days ONLF Executive Committee’s meeting that concluded on Tuesday
clarified many murky issues that was uncertain since the Ethiopian agents abduction
of the ONLF-senior negotiators,Sulub Abdi Ahmed and Ali Ahmed Hussein at a
restaurant in Nairobi in January 26th,but ONLF executive committee still believes
that the Africa’s longest conflict of Ogaden can be solved through dialogue even
though the ONLF Foreign secretary Abdirahman Mahdi said that the abduction of its
officials could wreck the talks with Ethiopia when he spoke with Radio France last
February.”There are specific programs pointed out for the Ethiopia’s limited
tricks”,ONLF Foreign Secretary Abdirahman Mahdi said. “And we will enhance
organizing and mobilizing the performance of Somali Ogaden communities in and around
th globe and will further improve the cooperation and co-integration with the
communities and the organizations opposed to the Ethiopian regime and paving the way
to more challenges to Ethiopia ahead that may force her to give up Ogaden
region”.The most heavily discussed topic prior to the three day ‘s executive session
was a matter of following up the decisions reached by the Central Committee August
last year to convert into actions. “We strongly condemn the Ethiopian government’s
human rights violations agianst our people,especially killing defenseless civilians
in a cold-blooded and gang-raping women and girls as a weapon of war”,said Mahdi.
Finally,the ONLF Executive Committee thanked for Kenya, the United
Kingdom,Switzerland, and the CR group for their efforts and endeavors to find Ogaden
conflict a political solution.

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