Dec 9, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Gov’t working to end war in short period of time: Minister

– The Government Communication Service announced that the government is working to end the war in a short amount of time.

In a press release to state media this morning, Dr. Legesse Tulu, Minister of Gov’t Communication Service, accused the TPLF forces of spreading false propaganda to undermine trust between the security forces and the people of Ethiopia, EBC quoted him as saying.

However, the general public and the security devices work together better than ever. The minister cited the frontline victory and the arrest of suspects allegedly linked to the TPLF as a result of the close cooperation between the security forces and the public. Foreign currencies used to carry out terrorist activities as well as fake uniforms of the special forces of the federal and state governments were also seized by security forces due to the close cooperation between the public and security.

The minister said further attempts by Tigrayan troops Conquering Mile and Wereilu had failed. He accused the TPLF of “spreading false propaganda” to offset its military losses and put pressure on Ethiopia by repeatedly accusing Ethiopia of genocide in Tigray, “reported EBC.

Dr. Legesse dismissed reports that Tigraynas had been unceremoniously arrested and held incommunicado as unsubstantiated rumors.

Arrested in one on the 17th alone in Addis Ababa, while similar arrests were made in other lower towns and the arrests were continued. ”

Similarly, up to 300 people were arrested in Dire Dawa. “While some people were arrested based on information from the security forces, most of them were reportedly arrested based on clues from the community. Many of the detainees were of Tigrayan ethnic origin, ”said the commission.

Dr. However, Legesse is quoted by state media as saying that more than half a million Tigrayans live in the city and no one has been arrested on the basis of ethnicity.

On the contrary, he said more than 7 million people are currently in the areas surrounded by Tigrayan troops in the regional states of Amhara and Afar and urged the international community to be “impartial” in denouncing the atrocities against these communities. “

At the local level, the regional states provide support and city governments continued to service the national armed forces and the internally displaced period following the recent enlistment of thousands of former armed members, veterans, officials and youths in the National Army.