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Media affiliated with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front in Ethiopia recently published a video that said that thousands of prisoners from the Ethiopian army were captured by the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front during the war that has been going on for nearly a year.

In the video, which was published on Sunday, November 21, 2021, and confirmed by “Araby Post”, thousands of prisoners of war from the Ethiopian army appear sitting in an empty area in the vicinity of the city of Maqli, the capital of Tigray region, which is the third largest city in Ethiopia and is located in the north of the country .

Ethiopian army prisoners video

The clips showed Ethiopian army soldiers carrying banners in Amharic and in English with phrases of support for the Tigray people.

The banners carried by the prisoners carried phrases such as: “We found the Tigrayans the opposite of what the government of Abi Ahmed is promoting,” and praises the “respectful” manner of treatment of the prisoners, and that the Tigrayans treated the wounded prisoners.

While the front said in a post on social media that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was “forcing people to go to war” and accused him of killing children and exposing them and mothers to diseases and other health problems due to hunger and lack of medicine.

For his part, the spokesman for the (Tigai Forces), Getachew Reda, said that the prisoners of war in the Tigray region had gathered to “declare their solidarity” with the people of the region. He noted on Twitter that the prisoners of war “also expressed their gratitude to the Tigrayan people and government for the humane treatment they received,” according to Al Jazeera’s website.

Abi Ahmed heads to the battlefront

While state-affiliated media said, on Wednesday, November 24, that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed went to manage the efforts of the war from the front lines, and Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen will run the day-to-day affairs of the government in his absence.

A report published on the Fana news site said that government spokesman Legisi Tolo gave a press conference details of the transfer of responsibilities for some day-to-day chores.

Abi Ahmed announced late last Monday that he intends to personally lead the war against the forces of the Tigray Liberation Front and its allies. “Let’s meet at the battlefront,” he wrote. “It is time to sacrifice for the leadership of the country.”

While the Tigrayan forces and their allies have threatened to advance to the capital, they are also fighting fiercely in an attempt to cut off a transport corridor linking landlocked Ethiopia and a major port in Djibouti.


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Media affiliated with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front in Ethiopia recently published a video that said that thousands of prisoners from the Ethiopian army were captured by the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front during the war that has been going on for nearly a year.

In the video, which was published on Sunday, November 21, 2021, and confirmed by “Araby Post”, thousands of prisoners of war from the Ethiopian army appear sitting in an empty area in the vicinity of the city of Maqli, the capital of Tigray region, which is the third largest city in Ethiopia and is located in the north of the country .

Ethiopian army prisoners video

The clips showed Ethiopian army soldiers carrying banners in Amharic and in English with phrases of support for the Tigray people.

The banners carried by the prisoners carried phrases such as: “We found the Tigrayans the opposite of what the government of Abi Ahmed is promoting,” and praises the “respectful” manner of treatment of the prisoners, and that the Tigrayans treated the wounded prisoners.

While the front said in a post on social media that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was “forcing people to go to war” and accused him of killing children and exposing them and mothers to diseases and other health problems due to hunger and lack of medicine.

For his part, the spokesman for the (Tigai Forces), Getachew Reda, said that the prisoners of war in the Tigray region had gathered to “declare their solidarity” with the people of the region. He noted on Twitter that the prisoners of war “also expressed their gratitude to the Tigrayan people and government for the humane treatment they received,” according to Al Jazeera’s website.

Abi Ahmed heads to the battlefront

While state-affiliated media said, on Wednesday, November 24, that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed went to manage the efforts of the war from the front lines, and Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen will run the day-to-day affairs of the government in his absence.

A report published on the Fana news site said that government spokesman Legisi Tolo gave a press conference details of the transfer of responsibilities for some day-to-day chores.

Abi Ahmed announced late last Monday that he intends to personally lead the war against the forces of the Tigray Liberation Front and its allies. “Let’s meet at the battlefront,” he wrote. “It is time to sacrifice for the leadership of the country.”

While the Tigrayan forces and their allies have threatened to advance to the capital, they are also fighting fiercely in an attempt to cut off a transport corridor linking landlocked Ethiopia and a major port in Djibouti.

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