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Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 18:24

What's wrong with this Open Letter to the dictator?

https://mg.co.za/article/2019-06-11-ope ... GLYMAB92HA

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 19:02

Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonsense:



:lol:

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 19:23



Thursday, 13 June 2019

Written by shabait Administrator


http://www.shabait.com/section-blog/40- ... -editorial

“African Voices”: political cherry picking at its worst!

Early this week, a motley network of African writers and journalists wrote an open letter to President Isaias Afwerki expressing concern on what they termed as
continued detention of Eritrean journalists and activists, migration of youth and …the isolation of Eritrea from the larger African family.
To impart a semblance of “balance”, the writers also expressed their
most sincere congratulations to Eritrea for 'its normalization of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia'.
The timing and the rather inappropriate medium of communication that they selected to convey their views to the Government of Eritrea, provoke profound questions of purpose and intent. But we would rather focus at this point in time, on the issues they have raised, than wasting time second-guessing their underlying motives.

June is a very solemn month for all Eritreans, of all walks of life. June 20th, is Martyrs Day!

Due to the travesty of justice and flagrant breaches of international law at various junctures of their history, the people of Eritrea were compelled to pay enormous sacrifices in the past 60 years. The human toll has been staggering and unparalleled, relative to the small size of Eritrea’s population. These figures say it all: 65,000 freedom fighters martyred in the three-decades long liberation war (1961-1991); more than 20,000 of Eritrea’s best sons and daughters lost their lives in the subsequent border war (1998-2000); as well as its sequel in the past two decades, as Ethiopia pursued wanton policies of belligerence and “regime change”.

June is thus a month of somber reflection on the myriad injustices that were meted on Eritrea by a constellation of major powers and their local surrogates, for over six decades. It is a month of commemoration for the high price paid and arduous trajectory blazed, simply because Eritrea’s inalienable national rights were perceived as incompatible with and had to be compromised on the altar of “higher” geostrategic interests of major global powers.

In all these difficult decades, “voices of conscience” in the wider international community – and especially African voices; official or otherwise - were conspicuous for their absence and deafening silence. In the case of African voices, the apathy persisted even in the past 16 years when Ethiopia flagrantly flouted Africa’s sacrosanct principle of the sanctity of colonial boundaries and continued its occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories in contravention of the final and binding arbitral ruling of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission of 13 April 2002.

Peace has been achieved at long last now, after Ethiopia belatedly accepted the EEBC decision and agreed to implement it fully. This is indeed the backdrop of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship between Eritrea and Ethiopia, signed in Asmara on July 9 last year.

Peace is extremely dear, to Eritrea. Needless to emphasize, those who cherish peace most are those who have been affected most by its absence; by the attendant prevalence of war. This was acutely felt in Eritrea, for the past six decades. Indeed in the past 57 years, from 1961 until 2018, the only time the country enjoyed durable peace to funnel its undivided attention and resources to nation building was the short seven-year interlude from 1991 until 1998; in the immediate aftermath of the historic victory of the liberation struggle.

Eritrea is now focused, on consolidating the hard-won peace process underway. It is earnestly working to recoup lost time and opportunity to address critical issues of nation-building – in all its dimensions – with a redoubled sense of purpose and urgency. Formulation of appropriate policies, their prioritization and sequencing, as well as timelines of implementation are serous tasks that fall within the purview and prerogatives of the Government and people of Eritrea alone. Maintenance of the independence of its policies and ownership of its national developmental programmes are in fact cardinal principles, that the GOE subscribes to strongly.

Despite attempts to isolate and muzzle Eritrea by certain powers, Eritrea has and currently enjoys the support of many- including Africans- at international forums. Eritrea has vast diplomatic ties and representations, in virtually all continents. Suffice to mention a couple of recent examples: Eritrea’s election (167 states) to the UN Human Rights Council and its assumption of the Chairmanship of the Khartoum Process, that deals with migration and human trafficking issues.

Eritrea is making modest contributions in these forums. More importantly, Eritrea is playing a widely acknowledged, active and constructive role for regional peace, stability and economic integration.

The provision of education for all and health for all, achievement of food and water security in difficult circumstances of war and relentless belligerency- attest to the government’s commitment to improve the lives of its people. Eritrea’s commitment is evidenced, by its achievement of all health-related UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Much needs to be done and with the new found peace no doubt Eritrea will fulfill the aspirations and dreams of her people, to develop their war-torn nation.

In as far as the ”migration of youth” is concerned, there is vast literature in the public domain on the dominant and politicized pull-factors that have spurred it in the first place. The granting of “automatic political asylum to all Eritreans” by certain European countries- with the UNHCR at the helm- was indeed designed to weaken Eritrea’s defense capabilities; by “weaning its youth from the National Service”. Other domestic push factors pale in impact, in terms of this externally-driven and politicized pull-factor.

The authors of the open letter also allude to
continued detention of journalist and other activists.
Here again, the painful events of sedition that transpired at a crucial time during the border war are well known, documented and available in the public domain. To feign ignorance of these facts, is disingenuous or irresponsible.

The majority of the signatories have undoubtedly been influenced by the narratives on Eritrea, produced over the last 20 years. None of them have firsthand knowledge of, or have ever visited the country. When one skims through the list, there is not even a single individual who has penned one single article on the predicaments of Eritrea in all those decades when it faced enormous existential threats.

Another poignant fact that we must recallis the tendency of external powers to instrumentalize “African voices”, to implement their policies of subversion. In the case of Eritrea, both the UNSC sanctions (2009/2011) and the UNHRC resolutions (2012) of harassment were adopted, using African Trojan horses as “key sponsors”. One wonders whether a similar gimmick is on the offing, in this case too. Particularly as some of the individuals in the list, have murky associations with certain powers.

Be that as it may, Eritrea’s motto has been: “Come and See”. Eritrea is open to all those with genuine interest in understanding the country, its people and its leadership. Otherwise, Eritrea’s- “rightful place in the family of African nations”- achieved and preserved through the blood, sweat and sacrifice of her children, remains intact.

Asmara

13 June 2019

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 19:23

Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 19:30

First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 19:57

Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 20:23

Really? :lol:

The "talaqua Ethiopia", daydreamer?

Fesfas!
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:57
Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Gurezza » 13 Jun 2019, 20:31

QQQQQ This is the funniest shitz I ever heard. Not a single Eritrean would ask such a thing to elias as if, Ato elias is known for Eritrean society😄. Again this Mujaliam Tigraway luck of sophistication and can’t convince no one except fooling himself😄

Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 18:24
What's wrong with this Open Letter to the dictator?

https://mg.co.za/article/2019-06-11-ope ... GLYMAB92HA

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 20:56

The "tedemirenal", kedaE ya mushmush Agame. :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:23
Really? :lol:

The "talaqua Ethiopia", daydreamer?

Fesfas!
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:57
Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 21:07

I didn't go to Elias & sniff ašs, here.

You did!

No amount of twisting & turning like the viper you're, can change that.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:56
The "tedemirenal", kedaE ya mushmush Agame. :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:23
Really? :lol:

The "talaqua Ethiopia", daydreamer?

Fesfas!
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:57
Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:02
Qiqiqiqi

Elias Kifle doesn't want "your country" to exist, precisely like this guy, who started this whole nonesense:



:lol:

Last edited by Zmeselo on 13 Jun 2019, 21:17, edited 3 times in total.

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 21:07

As long as one supports your Agame tyrant,
you'd be jumping up and down. But, once s/he tells it like it is or questions the brutal nature of your savage tyrant, s/he "doesn't know the Eritrean society". Fessas Agame wedi komarit. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Gurezza wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:31
QQQQQ This is the funniest shitz I ever heard. Not a single Eritrean would ask such a thing to elias as if, Ato elias is known for Eritrean society😄. Again this Mujaliam Tigraway luck of sophistication and can’t convince no one except fooling himself😄

Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 18:24
What's wrong with this Open Letter to the dictator?

https://mg.co.za/article/2019-06-11-ope ... GLYMAB92HA

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 21:11

Elias is an African like the rest of the 103. What's bothering you about that? After all, he's the one that gave you a forum you can "discuss" freely, unlike your Pravda, Granma, Shabait, fesfasnews.net etc. etc. :lol: :lol:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 21:07
I didn't go to Elias & sniff ašs, here.

You did!

No amount of twisting & turning like the viper you're, can change that.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:56
The "tedemirenal", kedaE ya mushmush Agame. ::lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:23
Really? :lol:

The "talaqua Ethiopia", daydreamer?

Fesfas!
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:57
Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:23
Zombie,
Even your Agame tyrant didn't support the creation of South Sudan. He said it himself to the shock of of zombies like you. No wonder he's enthusiastic about medemer aka tedemirenal. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
P.S Get better sources than Twitter and shabait. :lol: :lol

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Zmeselo » 13 Jun 2019, 21:15

Shìthead- right there- the fact that you "don't know" what bothers me about him, proves you're an Ethiopian like him.

As for the forum, it's business!!! $€£


Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 21:11
Elias is an African like the rest of the 103. What's bothering you about that? After all, he's the one that gave you a forum you can "discuss" freely, unlike your Pravda, Granma, Shabait, fesfasnews.net etc. etc. :lol: :lol:
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 21:07
I didn't go to Elias & sniff ašs, here.

You did!

No amount of twisting & turning like the viper you're, can change that.
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:56
The "tedemirenal", kedaE ya mushmush Agame. ::lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 20:23
Really? :lol:

The "talaqua Ethiopia", daydreamer?

Fesfas!
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:57
Elias kifle is an independent mind. He's not a stooge worshipping a tyrant like yourself. He can identify with abused people just like the 103 African intellectuals.
He might as well add hi.self to the list and become #104. Moron zombie, you can never stand an independent mind, can you? :lol: :lol: :
Zmeselo wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 19:30
First of all- you AREN'T South Sudanese, are you? Aren't you here, supposedly, representing Eritreans? So what is it your business seeking approval & licking the ašs of a neftegna, who wishes the country you represent didn't exist at all?

As for Pres. Isaias' statement, it happened during John Garang's time, who was on along the same lines before he got eliminated.


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 21:34

Have you moron zombies even read the Open Letter and the credentials of these high caliber African intellectuals?

OPEN LETTER TO THE ERITREAN HEAD OF STATE

11 Jun 2019

Disheartened by the plight of the Eritrean people, 103 prominent African citizens write an Open Letter to the president of Eritrea in the spirit of Pan-African solidarity with the suffering people of Eritrea and offering to help restore Eritrea and the great people of Eritrea to their rightful place in the family of African nations and end Eritrea’s isolation.

_______________________

OPEN LETTER TO THE ERITREAN HEAD OF STATE

Your Excellency, President Isaias Afewerki:

We write to convey our most sincere congratulations upon your country’s normalization of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia. This is a development much appreciated by all Africans of goodwill.

We write to you in our capacity as citizens of Africa to pledge our unequivocal solidarity with all the people of Eritrea. This includes the many Eritreans we see enduring all manner of risk and suffering in search of a better life outside their homeland. We acknowledge that we too hail from nations with varying governance and developmental challenges. We write to you, in the spirit of Pan-African solidarity, to seek common solutions to our shared problems.

Africa’s many disparate nation states have undergone significant and diverse changes over the course of the last two decades. [Today, many more Africans live in freedom than under repression]. Importantly, those African countries that have made the most progress – including attracting investment and tourism – over the last 25 years have been those whose citizens enjoy greater freedom of expression, press and movement, the rule of law, an independent judiciary, and political pluralism.

Sadly, in these critical areas, Eritrea has not kept pace with the changes seen elsewhere. Over the past two decades Eritrea has been described as the most closed society on our continent, an unfortunate situation for a country with such rich human capital and potential, with so much to offer not only Africa but also the world.

We trust that by opening this channel of communication with Your Excellency, we may be afforded the opportunity to work with you to restore your country and the great people of Eritrea to their rightful place in the family of African nations.

Of particular concern to us is the fate of several journalists and activists who have been imprisoned for prolonged periods of time in Eritrea, many of whom have reportedly been denied regular visits from their families and loved ones.

Equally, we are disheartened by the plight of the many thousands of Africans, including some Eritreans, who feel compelled to flee their home countries in search of a better life for themselves and their families, risking life and limb and enduring inhumane deprivations and indignities across deserts and oceans.

Too many of these fellow Africans have found themselves in the rapacious hands of modern day slave traders and people traffickers even causing some to end up in slave markets in places such as Libya. Too many of these migrants and refugees have perished at sea in their quest for a better life.

We Africans are blessed with too much in our home countries to have our citizens suffer and be devalued this way. This gloomy picture needs to change, and it is in this spirit that we address this message of solidarity to you, Your Excellency.

We respectfully call upon Your Excellency to allow a delegation of the signatories hereunder to visit Eritrea, and to afford us the opportunity to meet with you and your government as well as with ordinary citizens, including journalists, writers, and other persons currently in prison.

As with the bold step you have taken to normalize relations with Ethiopia, we believe a gesture of this kind would go a long way towards ending Eritrea’s isolation from the larger African family and could help usher in a new era of prosperity and freedom for your people.

It would be an honour to furnish you with any additional information you might require of us and we eagerly await your response.

 

The Signatories,

1. Prof. Wole Soyinka, Nigeria, Nobel Laureate
2. Rafael Marques de Morais, Angola, leading anti-corruption campaigner and award winning investigative journalist
3. John Githongo, Kenya, publisher, leading anti-corruption campaigner and award winning anti-corruption activist
4. Kwasi H. Prempeh, Ghana, Executive Director of Center for Democratic Development
5. Farida Nabourema, Togo, Executive Director of Togolese Civil League
6. Leyla Hussein, Somalia, Women’s Rights & Health Campaigner, psychotherapist, writer and founder of the Dahlia Project
7. Maina Kiai, Kenya, founder of the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) and former UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Association
8. Maaza Mengiste, Ethiopia, award-winning writer of Beneath the Lion’s Gaze
9. Iva Cabral, Cape Verde, Chancellor of Lusófona [Lusophone] University and daughter of Amílcar Cabral
10. Belabbès Benkredda, Algeria, CEO and Founder of the Munathara Initiative, the Arab world’s largest online and television debate forum highlighting voices of youth, women and marginalized communities.
11. Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, Uganda, a leading LGBT rights activist, founder and executive director of the LGBT rights organization Freedom & Roam Uganda, 2011 recipient of the Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders
12. Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, Uganda, musician, member of parliament and youth leader recognized throughout East Africa
13. Tundu Lissu, Tanzania, lawyer, CHADEMA politician, member of parliament and former president of the Tanganyika Law Society
14. Amr Waked, Egypt, award winning actor, best known for his role in Syriana
15. José Eduardo Agualusa, Angola, award winning writer, finalist in the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for his seminal work A General Theory of Oblivion
16. Nasser Weddady, Mauritania, leading civil rights activist, consultant and co-editor of Arab Spring Dreams.
17. Chiké Frankie Edozien, Nigeria, writer and professor of journalism at New York University
18. Emmanuel Iduma, Nigeria, author
19. Mona Eltahawy, Egypt, author and journalist
20. Mireille Tushiminina, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gender & Equality advocate
21. Felix Agbor Nkhongo, Cameroon, Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) and leading human rights defender
22. Boniface Mwangi, Kenya, democracy activist, Ukweli political party founder, photographer and artist
23. Adeyanju Deji, Nigeria, leading democracy activist and human rights defender
24. Alieu Bah, The Gambia, leading democracy activist and human rights defender
25. Tutu Alicante, Equatorial Guinea, leading democracy activist and Executive Director of Equatorial Guinea Justice (EG Justice)
26. Andrea Ngombet Malewa, Congo Republic, Global Coordinator of the Sassoufit Collective
27. Roukaya Kasenally, Mauritius, CEO of African Media Initiative
28. Abdelrahman Mansour, Egypt, Executive Director of Open Transformation Lab, leading human rights defender and journalist
29. Reem Abbas, Sudan, journalist and leading human rights defender
30. Moussa Kondo, Mali, journalist, CEO and founder of the weekly L’Express de Bamako, anti-corruption crusader, Country Director of Accountability Lab Mali, 2015 Mandela Washington Fellow, 2018 Obama Foundation Fellow.
31. Ericino de Salema, Mozambique, Director of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA), academic, lawyer and journalist
32. Jestina Mukoko, Zimbabwe, leading human rights activist and Director of the Zimbabwe Peace Initiative
33. William Amanzuru, Uganda, environmental rights defender, founder of Friends of Zoka, winner of the EU Human Rights Defenders’ Award 2019
34. Miguel de Barros, Guinea-Bissau, sociologist and Executive Director of the environmental NGO Tiniguena
35. Bheki Makhubu, e-Swatini (formerly Swaziland), Editor of the Nation Magazine and leading democracy defender
36. Edson da Luz aka Azagaia, Mozambique, rapper and leading activist
37. Charles Onyango-Obbo, Uganda, leading publisher and columnist
38. Rodney Sieh, Liberia, leading newspaper editor of FrontPage Africa and democracy activist
39. Oludotun Babayemi, Nigeria, democracy activist and monitoring and evaluation expert,
40. Akin Olaniyan, Nigeria
41. Chanda Chisala, Zambia, founder and president of Zambia Online
42. Dany Ayida, Togo, Resident, Country Director, National Democratic Institute (DRC)
43. George Sarpong, Ghana
44. Rosemary Mwakitwange, Tanzania, Chief of Party, Freedom House
45. James Smart, Kenya, leading journalist and news anchor
46. Abdulrazaq Alkali, Nigeria, Executive Director Organisation for Community Civic Engagement (OCCEN) Nigeria
47. Mathatha Tsedu, South Africa, Adjunct professor of journalism, Wits University and Acting Executive Director of the National Editors Forum (SANEF)
48. Brenda Zulu, Zambia, journalist and ICT specialist
49. Emanuel Saffa Abdulai, Sierra Leone, Executive Director of Society for Democracy Initiatives
50. Zecharias Berhe, Ethiopia, Senior Fellow, African Good Governance Network
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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Temt » 13 Jun 2019, 21:36

I am sorry ሓው Zmeselo, but you are giving a moral satisfaction to one of the most Eritrean haters, the ጋዕጋዕ ዑጉም whose dream of being Eritrean but painfully unsuccessful is a well-documented fact. Why even tease him as being an "Eritrean"? What for? You know as much as I do he is ዓጋመ and ሓሳድ ቡዳ at that. I appreciate your Eritreanism, which is second to none. But, I think you are wasting your time arguing with an unprincipled ቆርባዕ ትግራዋይ who pretends to care about Eritrea while he is no different than any of the trolls that reside on this Elias Kifle site. Here is a guy who has been residing in this forum 24/7 for more than a decade bashing and demonizing anything Eritrean in a vain attempt to see Eritrea and all it stands for vanquished and giving him the satisfaction and attention he has been woefully seeking for his miserable life is wrong - in my opinion.
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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Fed_Up » 13 Jun 2019, 21:44

Asswash,
Feshfash agame.. are you begging the man who thinks this? Where is Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia map in his irrelevant so called mereja tv? Huh

አቅልህን ፀቢብክን ውጭ ነብስ ጊቢ ነብስ ኮይና:: I guess the white masters dropped you like hot potato to resorts sniffing baboons arse

Neger enda agame. :P



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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 22:25

Fandiya,
Even the Africans know about your banana republic aka North Korea of Africa. :lol: :mrgreen: Even by African standard, your Agame junta is considered the worst of the worst. :lol: :mrgreen:

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Fed_Up » 13 Jun 2019, 22:29

Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 22:25
Fandiya,
Even the Africans know about your banana republic aka North Korea of Africa. :lol: :mrgreen: Even by African standard, your Agame junta is considered the worst of the worst. :lol: :mrgreen:
Asswash agameW,

Is that the best answer we can get from digital Woyanus :P
ገና ከነፀልለካ ኢና ቆዳር አጋመ::

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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by pastlast » 13 Jun 2019, 22:38



Listen to Isayas AFwrki telling Lies within his true Agenda , MEDEMER (ANDINET/UNION)...Some Type of Confederation or Federation or Outright Union




IN TIGRINYA, Isayas Afwrki PROCLAIMING "WE ARE ONE PEOPLE", the Unelected Dictator Phony Liar:


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Re: Elias Kifle: You be the judge

Post by Awash » 13 Jun 2019, 23:06

Fandiya,
You keep bringing woyane from the dead everytime your Agame junta is exposed for what they are: cento per cento Agame savages. The Africans know it, just like the Real Eritrean people. Fessfas fandiya. :lol: :mrgreen:
i
Fed_Up wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 22:29
Awash wrote:
13 Jun 2019, 22:25
Fandiya,
Even the Africans know about your banana republic aka North Korea of Africa. :lol: :mrgreen: Even by African standard, your Agame junta is considered the worst of the worst. :lol: :mrgreen:
Asswash agameW,

Is that the best answer we can get from digital Woyanus :P
ገና ከነፀልለካ ኢና ቆዳር አጋመ::

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