Members of the Extremist TPLF Special Forces surrendered to defence force: Humera Airport
TPLF is surrounded in all directions
09 Nov 2020 (EP) All roads leading to the ‘hideout’ Dedebit are blocked by the Ethiopian Defense Forces.
The 70 kilometres road connecting Shire to Dedebit is closed by Ethiopian troops as well as the Adi Remets to Dedebit.
VIDEO The call of the captives
The small town Dedebit is a remote area in a lowland terrain in the western part of the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
The Tekeze river runs to the west of Dedebit and separates Gondar from Tigray. Dedebit is known as a hideout place where members of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) lived and sheltered before 1991.
This is how the residents of Dansha felt after their area was liberated from Junta TPLF.
Prime Minister Abiy stated that the rule of law will be completed in the coming days
What Ethiopia is doing is upholding the rule of law and bringing those who disturb the peace to justice. – Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
The Prime Minister said the fear that Ethiopia will fall into chaos is unfounded and stems from a lack of understanding of the current situation in Ethiopia.
In a message posted on his Twitter account, Prime Minister Abiy stated that the rule of law will be completed in the coming days.
The claim that the extremist TPLF has hit the National Defense Jet is completely false.
Major General Mohammed Tesema, Director General of the FDRE Defense Indoctrination, said that the TPLF’s claim that it had hit the National Defense Forces’ jet was completely false.
Major said the air force was still intensifying its attacks on selected areas.
Major General Mohammed said the group was clearing large swathes of territory in the ongoing offensive, adding that several regional special forces and militias were surrendering peacefully.
Major said the community should not be deceived by this lie and should continue to support the Defense Forces.
The people of Tigray must declare their independence by defeating the extremist TPLF
The people of Tigray must declare their independence by defeating the extremist TPLF: Indigenous people of Tigray in Addis Ababa
Tigrayans living in Addis Ababa say the people of Tigray should join the Defense Forces and fight for the liberation of the extremist TPLF.
Members of the Tigray Indigenous Prosperity Party in Bole sub-city of Addis Ababa discussed current national issues.
During the meeting, they expressed support for the federal government’s response to the attack on the army, which is not aimed at civilians.