Entering from the southern part of Nakfa, four warplanes dived towards the north and started intensely bombing Tegadelties’ trenches. As the result, the vicinity was covered with dust and smolder. Passenger planes followed immediately dropping soldiers in parachutes in the flat area located in the eastern side of Nakfa. Continue reading The Siege of Nakfa→
There are few ‘Eritreans’ who have betrayed their dedication and love of country for selfish interests. “Eritrean Quislings League” and “Defeatist” betraying their martyred brothers and sisters have become treacherous, faithless and disloyal.
Defeatists have no moral value, no political agenda and no mission than to destabilize a nation of seven million people for political power and greed. The defeatists supported by their handlers have tried every trick in the book to destabilize Eritrea forgetting the history of the struggle. Continue reading Opinion: Eritrean’s Say No Evil→
The Bank of Eritrea has issued the timelines and other relevant information for the commencement and termination of redemption of the Nakfa currency notes in circulation in accordance with Article 3 (1) of Legal Notice no.124/2015.
Designing Eritrea’s national currency — the Nakfa — was a “dream come true” for U.S. banknote designer Clarence Holbert because, in his words, it allowed him to become “part of another country’s history and culture.”
In a February 10 interview with the Washington File, Holbert proudly took credit for designing the paper money and coinage Eritreans use today. When the newly independent country of Eritrea came to the U.S. Bureau of Engraving in 1994 to ask for help in designing its currency, the Bureau assigned the task to Holbert. Continue reading Designing Eritrea’s Money was ‘Dream Come True’→