Dehai News Ethiopia should militarily oust Eritrean President: Ex-army chief says

Posted by: Berhane Habtemariam

Date: Tuesday, 06 June 2017

Ethiopia should militarily oust Eritrean President: Ex-army chief says

Lt. Gen. Tsadkan Gebretensay (*The former crying warlord and now new fat thief Oligarchy)*Berhane

ESAT News (June 6, 2017)

A former Ethiopian chief of staff says the regime in Addis Ababa should utilize all means necessary, including military force, to depose Eritrean President Isaias Afeworki.

Lt. Gen. Tsadkan Gebretensay made the sabre-rattling remark in an interview with Addis Zemen, the daily state-run Amharic daily, in which he also said the Ethiopian regime should play a key role in “isolating Isaias from his people.”

It is not the first time that Ethiopian regime officials, including the Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, as well as retired generals, have made war rhetoric threatening to invade Eritrea. Nonetheless, Eritrean officials have been brushing-off repeated war mongering by their former comrades in arms.

Gebretensay said Eritrea’s economy has been boosted up by its economic and military ties with Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates. The former chief of staff said this has pumped up Eritrea and the country has remained a threat to Ethiopia.

He said relations between the two countries would not change for the better as long as Isaias Afeworki is in power.

There has so far been no official reaction from Eritrea.

Had you ever forgotten this?

How Ethiopian General Tsadkan Cried During the 1998-2000 Border War


"..........We had anywhere from 250,000 to 300,000 of our soldiers killed on the war effort in Eritrea during the Haile Selassie and Dergue era. But if we compare that to the Weyane era, in just one year we had 98,700 of our soldiers killed and 194,300 wounded. These are figures I got from our Ministry of Defense in Ethiopia.".................


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