The Truth Behind The Mekelle Travel

With my 11-year-old sibling experiencing cerebral paralysis and epilepsy, I am incredibly stressed over whether he will get his prescription after the episode of another contention in Ethiopia's now war-scarred Tigray district.  He lives in the territorial capital, Mekelle, with my folks and kin, and - only days before the convention began - I had what has ended up being my last video talk with them about his treatment.  As his prescription is costly and drug stores in Mekelle frequently run unavailable, I consented to send cash to my family to pay for the medications, while they planned to get the medicine from the government capital, Addis Ababa.  I did a bank move from Kenya's capital Nairobi - where I live - to Mekelle, yet with the state-possessed National Bank of Ethiopia presently closing the entirety of its in excess of 600 branches in Tigray in view of the contention, my family can't pull out the cash.  What's more, regardless of whether they get the money, they can't get the medications, as all traveler trips into Tigray have been ended, implying that nobody can bring it from Addis Ababa. Street travel between the two urban areas, about 700km (435 miles) away from one another, has additionally quit, leaving numerous Tigrayans abandoned in the government capital. Category Politics Commenting disabled.

The Truth Behind The Mekelle Travel

With my 11-year-old sibling experiencing cerebral paralysis and epilepsy, I am incredibly stressed over whether he will get his prescription after the episode of another contention in Ethiopia's now war-scarred Tigray district. 

He lives in the territorial capital, Mekelle, with my folks and kin, and - only days before the convention began - I had what has ended up being my last video talk with them about his treatment. 

As his prescription is costly and drug stores in Mekelle frequently run unavailable, I consented to send cash to my family to pay for the medications, while they planned to get the medicine from the government capital, Addis Ababa. 

I did a bank move from Kenya's capital Nairobi - where I live - to Mekelle, yet with the state-possessed National Bank of Ethiopia presently closing the entirety of its in excess of 600 branches in Tigray in view of the contention, my family can't pull out the cash. 

What's more, regardless of whether they get the money, they can't get the medications, as all traveler trips into Tigray have been ended, implying that nobody can bring it from Addis Ababa. Street travel between the two urban areas, about 700km (435 miles) away from one another, has additionally quit, leaving numerous Tigrayans abandoned in the government capital.

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