President Isaias Afwerki today gave a brief interview regarding the much hyped Forto incident that happened on 21st January 2013 at the Ministry of Information building. He said that the incident at Forto involved only a handful of individuals and there is no point to make a mountain out of a mole hill.
President Isaias Afwerki said that the ‘21 January 2013 incident’ was, and is no cause at all, for apprehension and that the Government opted to remain silent regarding the matter so as to give no ground for the authors of sheer lies.
The President told ERINA that it was natural for the Eritrean people inside the country and abroad to seek information about the situation since the very hours of the incident out of patriotic concern.
The New York Times and its cult followers in the American media, amongst others, manufactured an attempted “coup” that never happened in the small East African country of Eritrea.
The story of this “attempted coup” began last Monday morning, January 21 in a small garrison base south of here when three disgruntled officers told their command that they were being transferred to the capital Asmara to guard the Ministry of Information. Continue reading The Eritrean “Coup” That Never Was→
Yesterday, 24th of January, in the early morning hours, a 16-man mob, led by ring leaders, Amanuel Eyasu, Selam Kidane and Bereket Kahsay, stormed into the Eritrean Embassy.
Like every society, Eritrean society is not immune from hooligans organised by known AntiEritrean elements doing such a blatant criminal deeds. Most of these 16 member mob looks more confused with little or no Eritrean value whatsoever. Some are jobless while others are criminals known in London itself. Two of them are already confirmed to be of Tigrayan origin.