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Ethiopian Peacekeepers Who Brought Peace to South Sudan Attacked by The Nobel Peace Laureate PM

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 22, 2021

Because they are Tigrayans

ምክኒያቱ፡ ትግሪዋይ ስለሆኑ

ለደቡብ ሱዳን ሰላምን ያመጡ የኢትዮጵያ ሰላም አስከባሪዎች በኖቤል የሰላም ተሸላሚ ው ሰአራዊት ጥቃት ደርሶባቸዋል

👉 My Note:

And the relatives of those Ethiopian peacemakers from Tigray are massacred in Tigray. It’s unbelievable, peacemakers are persecuted, while war criminals tolerated, applauded and awarded. What’s the UN doing? What is the Organization standing for?

TWO MONTHS AGO, secretary general, António Guterres, bluntly asked Mr. Abiy Ahmed if Eritrean troops were fighting in his war. “He guaranteed to me that they have not entered Tigrayan territory,” said Mr. Guterres. Now, it has been proven by all sides, it was a lie, an unhonorable lie, a deadly lie — as they have entered in many divisions, and still are barbarically massacring civilians.

Today Massacre, Destruction, Famine and Ethnic Cleansing reign.

Today Abiy and Isaias are heading to destroy the Tekeze Hydro Electric Dam .

Nobel laureate PM of Ethiopia lied to you, Mr. Guterres about the presence of Eritrean troops in Tigray – what now Mr. Secretary-General? Abiy and Isaias continue massacring Christian Tigrayans, ethnically profiling them, and even arresting and attacking UN peacekeepers as we speak.

Abiy Ahmed LIED to you, Mr Guterres, and now The first secretary-general of the UN, Trygve LIE is watching from above – not to mention The ALMIGHTY EGZIABHER.

Clashes Erupt At Juba Airport As Ethiopian Peacekeepers Are Forced To Return Home

Forced return to Ethiopia where most peacekeepers fears government brutality was met with resistance sparking fist fight, well-informed South Sudan government security sources with direct knowledge said.

Fist fighting has erupted among Ethiopian troops serving in South Sudan as part of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the world’s youngest country after a forced return to Ethiopia where most peacekeepers fears government brutality was met with resistance, several well-informed South Sudan government sources with direct knowledge have told Sudans Post this evening.

“There was a fist fight this afternoon. A good number of the Ethiopian forces working at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan as peacekeepers are being forced to return home. They are mainly from the Tyggray region and they resisted and this has caused fist fight because those who refused were beaten,” the government security source at Juba International Airport said.

Another senior Juba airport staffer confirmed the fist fight and said there were no danger as all of the peacekeepers were not carrying their guns when the fist fight broke out saying heavily mounted security vehicles have been deployed at the airport.

“As I speak to you, there is a heavy presence of National Security Service and police forces at Juba airport,” the official said on condition of anonymity. “They were being forced to return home because most of the peacekeepers have concerns to their safety once they arrive in Ethiopia and I am talking about those from the Tyggray region.”

Phone calls to South Sudan government spokesman Michael Makuei and the army spokesman were not responded. Police spokesman Major-General Daniel Justin said he won’t comment “until I find out what is being said to have taken place while I haven’t heard anything about it.”

“Otherwise I can direct you to the Ethiopian embassy because it is their business,” he said.

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