Ethiopia: ADP gave a warning to the Oromia Regional State
He is likewise refered to as saying that the issue is one of the difficulties that the Ethiopian church is confronting yet the congregation is buckling down on administration extension in Oromo language administration.
The transition to set up a different church dependent on ethnicity is, in any case, risky and could obliterate the congregation, he included.
He isn't the only one. From the perspective of numerous Ethiopians, including activists, the Ethiopian Church need to fortify the push to grow administration in different dialects including Oromo.
Then again, many see the crusade to set up ethnic Oromo patriarchate as a political venture of radical Oromo ethno-patriots. They likewise appear to conjecture imperceptible outer forces mediation in favor of radical Oromo bunches who are accepted to be keen on destroying the Ethiopian Church as well as Ethiopia.
Numerous Ethiopians who are not even devotees of the congregation, too, appear to possibly be frightened by the transition to set up an ethnic Oromo Orthodox Tewahdo Church for they will in general observe an evil political thought process.
Abiy Teklemariam, a fellow benefactor of the now-ancient Addis Neger Amharic Newspaper, tweeted:
"I left the EOC as a religion doubter when I was a 16-year-old law understudy. From that point forward I had been to mass a couple of times just to satisfy my family. Be that as it may, the ongoing vandalistic assault on this august establishment is making me re-hold onto my way of life as a Tewahedo Orthodox Christian."
The subject is as a rule seriously bantered among Ethiopians via web-based networking media, and some are pointing fingers on Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's organization.