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04-Jun-2016 19:17

Although Oromos have their own unique culture, history, language, and civilization, they are culturally related to Afars, Somalis, Sidamas, Agaws, Bilens, Bejas, Kunamas, and other groups.In the past, Oromos had an egalitarian social system known as gada.

Gada was a form of constitutional government and also a social system.

From the 15th century to the 17th century Oromos were the dominant players in Northern Ethiopian "Zemene Mesafinit" politics.

Most of the Oromo people became Christians or Muslims over the centuries, while some retained their traditional beliefs.

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