abiy ahmed lead army in battlefront: Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize winning prime minister himself will handle the war front
- The civil war in Ethiopia has worsened the situation and the rebels are marching towards the capital.
- In view of this, the Nobel Peace Prize winning Prime Minister of Ethiopia is going to the front of the war.
- PM Abiy has been a soldier and will himself lead the country’s army in the battlefield from Tuesday.
The civil war in Ethiopia has worsened the situation and rebels are moving towards the capital, Addis Ababa. In view of this catastrophe, Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has now announced himself to come to the front of the war. PM Abiy himself will lead the country’s army in the battlefield from Tuesday. PM Abiyya himself has previously been a soldier.
PM Abiy tweeted on Monday and said that from tomorrow I myself will unite the defense forces on the front. He called upon the youth to rise up and make their name proud in history. So far, thousands of people have died in the ongoing war in Ethiopia. This war has been going on for several months between the Ethiopian army and the fighters operating in the northern Tigre region of the country.
‘PM Abiy basically ready to die for his country’
The rebels dominated the national government before Abiy became prime minister. The US and other countries have been warned that this country, Africa’s second most populous country, could destabilize other countries in the region. PM Abiy has been a soldier earlier and he has not yet told on which front of the country he will lead the army. Former US diplomat William Lawrence says that Nobel Peace Prize winner PM Abiy is speaking the language of war and the reason for this is that not only is Ethiopia at stake, but it is a question of life and death.
Lawrence said, ‘PM Abiy is basically ready to die for his country’s sake. Prime Minister Abiy’s statement comes at a time when the Tigre People’s Liberation Front insurgent group is continuously moving towards the capital, Addis Ababa. He has captured the town of Sheva Robit, just 220 km from the capital. The PM has called a meeting of the ruling Prosperity Party’s executive committee to discuss the war.
Western countries want to defeat Ethiopia: PM Abiy
Tigre rebel groups say they have been pressuring the Ethiopian government to end a months-long blockade in the Tigre region, where six million people live. He said that he also wants to remove PM Abiy from power. On the other hand, PM Abiy has accused Western countries of wanting to defeat Ethiopia. On the other hand, the ambassadors of the African Union and America are making efforts to have a ceasefire between the two sides.
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