Minority rights in human right discourse and state experiences situates in lesser status of theory and practice. The difference in style, nature and context of minorities cannot be addressed by Article 27 of ICCPR, where ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities are protected by the will of the majorities or state. Ethnic federalism in Ethiopia brought from agony of the past ethnic domination over the others creates Exogenous Ethnic Minorities – where the polity devolves to the major ethnic groups on territories after old experience of unitary, exogenous groups are persons belonging to groups that lived in states to which they are not indigenous but they moved over some time after the indigenous. The swift introduction of the rights of nations, nationalities and peoples in the political landscape of Ethiopia after 1991 overlooks the fortune of these minorities. Therefore, this work articulates these segments of the citizens and appraises their human rights protection in Ethiopian Federation with litmus emphasis in Harari People''s State, the smallest federating state where minority indigenous Harari people are manipulating power over the majority exogenous ethnic groups.