LAST week, Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn conducted an interview in which he threatened northern neighbor, Eritrea. Desalegn warned that Ethiopia has shifted its policy towards Eritrea, and is now determined to unseat Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki by force. The interview was quickly followed by news that the Red Sea Afar Democratic Organisation (RSADO) – a terrorist group harbored and financed by Ethiopia – has vowed to “step up military attacks” to topple the Eritrean government. Continue reading Ethiopia: PM Hailemariam Desalegn’s Distraction?→
INJUSTICE in the end produces independence. whoever coined this phrase is right. Ogadenia people are bleeding because they demand independence from Ethiopian occupation.
Ethiopia does not provide quality education, proper health care, rule of law and a respect for human rights in the Ogaden region. Instead, the Somali people of Ogadenia state are considered as second class citizens on their own soil.