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The second day of a social boycott called by youth in Ethiopia’s Oromia region has been fully complied with as businesses and transport services have been at a standstill. Photos shared on social media show that several towns across the region have deserted streets whiles in other places people have mounted road blocks further crippling vehicular movement. The three-day boycott was called by the youth (Qeerroo) in the region. They are demanding the unconditional release of all political prisonsers held by the government. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Today’s boycott has also seen a series of protests. People have been burning of tyres in the middle of roads in some towns whiles the region’s television channel, OBN, in its coverage of the strike confirmed that protesters were chanting demand for release of prisoners. Day two – Itaya #OromiaStrikes pic.twitter.com/LknAnEojbS— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) February 13, 2018 Oromia, the largest regional state has since 2015 and through the better part of 2016 being the epicenter of anti-government protests. Local media channels are reporting of deaths in some places where protesters have faced off with security operatives. It is not the first time the region has been crippled by such an action. The main opposition" />
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The second day of a social boycott called by youth in Ethiopia’s Oromia region has been fully complied with as businesses and transport services have been at a standstill. Photos shared on social media show that several towns across the region have deserted streets whiles in other places people have mounted road blocks further crippling vehicular movement. The three-day boycott was called by the youth (Qeerroo) in the region. They are demanding the unconditional release of all political prisonsers held by the government. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Today’s boycott has also seen a series of protests. People have been burning of tyres in the middle of roads in some towns whiles the region’s television channel, OBN, in its coverage of the strike confirmed that protesters were chanting demand for release of prisoners. Day two – Itaya #OromiaStrikes pic.twitter.com/LknAnEojbS— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) February 13, 2018 Oromia, the largest regional state has since 2015 and through the better part of 2016 being the epicenter of anti-government protests. Local media channels are reporting of deaths in some places where protesters have faced off with security operatives. It is not the first time the region has been crippled by such an action. The main opposition

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