PM Abiy Finally Speaks About OLF

About a month after the beginning of the contention in the northern Ethiopian district of Tigray, the purposeful publicity machine is in full stuff on the two sides.  Day by day reports of battling between the Ethiopian armed force and warriors of the People's Liberation Front of Tigray (TPLF) keep on spilling, in spite of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared a few days prior that the battling was over after government troops walked into the district's capital, Mekele.  Then, TPLF-connected media are revealing their own military triumphs, for instance in the notable city of Axum in the focal point of Tigray.  Understand more: Ethiopia, UN agree for Tigray help access  Confirmed data out of Tigray is hard to come by because of progressing correspondence power outages. This alone makes the fight for the power of translation outside the area much stronger.  The general tone is getting harsher, as well: Abiy as of late depicted the administration of the maverick TPLF as "crooks" and "hyenas" — terms that are presently being repeated and spread through online media. Category Politics Commenting disabled.

PM Abiy Finally Speaks About OLF

About a month after the beginning of the contention in the northern Ethiopian district of Tigray, the purposeful publicity machine is in full stuff on the two sides. 

Day by day reports of battling between the Ethiopian armed force and warriors of the People's Liberation Front of Tigray (TPLF) keep on spilling, in spite of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared a few days prior that the battling was over after government troops walked into the district's capital, Mekele. 

Then, TPLF-connected media are revealing their own military triumphs, for instance in the notable city of Axum in the focal point of Tigray. 

Understand more: Ethiopia, UN agree for Tigray help access 

Confirmed data out of Tigray is hard to come by because of progressing correspondence power outages. This alone makes the fight for the power of translation outside the area much stronger. 

The general tone is getting harsher, as well: Abiy as of late depicted the administration of the maverick TPLF as "crooks" and "hyenas" — terms that are presently being repeated and spread through online media.

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