''Greenfield notes that Oromo dismiss talk of being newcomers and apparently consider themselves as inheritors of the traditions of Axum. Asmarom points out the existence of Oromo first names amongst Habesha and argues that one cannot easily divide what is "Amhara" from what is ' 'Oromo' ' even in this part of Ethiopia.''
[Horn of Africa, Volume 2, Issue 3
Horn of Africa Journal., 1979 - Africa, Northeast]
Ethiopian News, Current Affairs and Opinion Forum
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ahun eko enante nachehu eyekefafelachehu yalachehut,manm yehun manm melkam yemiaseb kehone yekeberal/negeru hulu be mekeber ena bale mekeber yalew new,le miaseb sew yemechereshaw wegia be awaqi ena be maiawqew mehal new,nothing in between,a wise and free Oromo is my brother.