7th Conference of OPDO opens in Adama
Addis Ababa, March 18 (WIC) – The 7th Conference of the Oromo Peoples’ Democratic Organization (OPDO) got underway on Sunday, 17 March 17, 2013 in Adama town.
On the occasion, OPDO chairperson, Alemayehu Atomsa, stated that ongoing development activities in Oromiya state would be strengthened further.
OPDO is set to work harder to uphold the promising achievements gained over the past years in terms of firming up good governance, democracy and sustained development, Alemayehu said.
He called on OPDO members and supporters to rally behind the Organization in expediting the fight against rent-seeking tendencies.
He also urged them to join forces and contribute share in making Oromiya’s as well as Ethiopia’s renaissance journey a success.
The four-day conference is expected to discuss and pass decisions on various agendas plus elect central committee members of the organization.
Meanwhile, 23rd founding anniversary of the Oromo Peoples’ Democratic Organization (OPDO) was celebrated on Sunday, 17 March 2013 in Adama town of Oromiya state.
Speaking on the occasion, OPDO chairperson, Alemayehu Atomsa said the Organization would continue to play its leadership role in all spheres of development and in a strengthened manner.
All sections of the society need to make every effort towards realizing the development goals initiated with the accomplished leadership of Meles Zenawi, Alemayehu stressed.
He expressed conviction that OPDO would play its leadership role competently at both regional and federal level, work hand in glove with the public and realize the nation’s vision to extricate itself out of poverty.
According to ERTA, OPDO members, residents of Adama and its environs as well as invited guests took part in OPDO’s founding anniversary celebration.
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