Tag Archives: EPPF

ESAT’s Historic Journey to Eritrea

ESAT’s trip to Eritrea was a game changer
ESAT’s trip to Eritrea was a game changer and a source of tremendous frustration to the regime in Addis Ababa as it sets the agenda and the narrative of the struggle of Ethiopian politics on the media

By Nahum Zemariam,

ESAT once again did it in a big way. It proved to sceptics that ESAT has been making huge impacts in the media landscape unparalleled by any other Ethiopian media outlet.

Since its formation more than four years ago, ESAT has been the largest alternative media organization to Ethiopians back home, and around the world. Despite a determined and pernicious jamming efforts by the regime in Ethiopia and other sabotages like cyberattacks targeting ESAT journalists, ESAT has accomplished many milestones as it serves the people of Ethiopia. Continue reading ESAT’s Historic Journey to Eritrea

Ethiopia: Ginbot 7 and EPPF Military Wings Merged

The merger between Ginbot 7 and EPPF signifies Ethiopians quest for unity in their humanity rather than in their ethnicity. United they stand, divided the fall.

By TesfaNews,

THE Ginbot 7 for Justice, Freedom and Democracy Movement (Ginbot 7) and Ethiopian People’s Patriotic Front (EPPF) today officially merged into one, united nationalist front.

The new united front is called “Arbegnoch – Ginbot7 for Unity and Democracy Movement” (AGUDM) or in Amharic as አርበኞች-ግንቦት7 የአንድነት እና የዲሞክራሲ ንቅናቄ (አግአዲን)” and its Chairman will be fighter Me’Azaw GeTu. Continue reading Ethiopia: Ginbot 7 and EPPF Military Wings Merged

ESAT Reporters Traveled to Asmara to Cover Merger of Three Armed Ethiopian Opposition Organizations

A combined force of a United Ethiopian Liberation Front is what the people of Ethiopia sought for

By TesfaNews,

TWO of the influential Amsterdam and Washington, D.C. based Ethiopian Satellite Television (ESAT) journalists, Fasil YeneAlem and Mesay Mekonen, have arrived in Asmara today to report on the highly anticipated merger of three competing armed Ethiopian opposition forces.

The reporters will visit the different opposition military bases in the country and are expected to report on the state of affairs of these opposition armed forces. Continue reading ESAT Reporters Traveled to Asmara to Cover Merger of Three Armed Ethiopian Opposition Organizations

Another Ethiopian Air Force Pilot Defects and Joined Armed Struggle

TURMOIL. A series of defection scandal hit the Ethiopian Air Force hard in recent times both in terms of qualified man power as well as inventory of military aircraft

By TesfaNews,

ANOTHER wave of defection today hit the troubled Ethiopian Air Force once again as another military aircraft pilot have abandoned the regime and joined one of the armed opposition forces in exile.

The Amsterdam based Ethiopian Satellite Television ESAT, however, refrained from mentioning his name for safety reason but promised to report about it in detail very soon. Continue reading Another Ethiopian Air Force Pilot Defects and Joined Armed Struggle

Eight Ethiopian Air Force Pilots Defects to Eritrea

The increasing number of defection within the air force a colossal blow to the regime

By TesfaNews,

OCTOBER witnessed a record-breaking spike in the number of Ethiopian Air Force pilots defecting into Eritrea.

According to information posted by a senior Eritrean official, a total of Eight Air Force pilots have joined the struggle against the Ethiopian regime after successfully defecting into Eritrea. Continue reading Eight Ethiopian Air Force Pilots Defects to Eritrea

Ethiopia Banks on the Afar People Against Eritrea

Dreaming to own a sea outlet through a back door? That’s a pipe dream. If the Ethiopian regime only knows what’s in-store for itself.  It will soon meet the combined weight of the United Ethiopian Liberation Forces.

By African Intelligence,

ADDIS ABABA is not gearing up for war with its Eritrean neighbour in the short term, but is actively preparing the post-Issayas Afeworki era.

Ethiopia’s armed forces chief of staff, General Mohamed-Nur Yunus, aka Samora, played a key role for the 4th conference of the Red Sea Afar community held in Samara (Ethiopia) from 9 to 11 August by the Eritrean Red Sea Afar Democratic Organization (RSADO, opposition).  Continue reading Ethiopia Banks on the Afar People Against Eritrea