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Mesob
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How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Mesob » 18 Nov 2023, 22:46

There is not doubt that Abiy Ahmed is preparing to remove Issaias Afewerki of Eritrea and to take what he can from the Red Sea coast. To this end, he is arming himself thru the Emirates everything he can get and training hundreds of thousands in the military rank.
To begin the attack a pretext such as: Eritrea is still occupying Ethiopian territory in Shiraro district or Irob region ... Eritrea is interfering in our domestic affairs by supporting the rebel Amhara forces ... We have captured Eritreans fighting along the Fano forces ... is plausible.
Abiy Ahmed knows, Eritrea is devoid of any air-force, drones and with only a third rate air defense system, after the Ukrainians left for home. Therefore, it is logical, he will first use his drones and air-force, relentlessly to bombard Eritrea''s supply lines, fuel depots and ammunition depots for days.
The Ethiopians were able to know a lot about the weaknesses and strengths of Eritrea deeply, because of the coalition forces they created to attack Tigray.
The ground attack will then start around the old Badme front or Shiraro area and move later to the Rama front and Zalambesa Alitena, and finally to the Assab front. After three weeks of fighting, Issaias Afeworki will vacate Asmara, and tell everyone, we are heading to our old reliable strongholds in Nakfa. After few days in Nakfa, he will secretly sneak himself to escape to Port Sudan, and shortly to exile to Saudi Arabia, in the name of getting diplomatic and military support from the Arab world.

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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by euroland » 18 Nov 2023, 23:23

አየ መሶብ ድኽነት
አንድ የቀረሽ ነገር ቢኖር ለ አብይ ጦርነት ባሕላዊ ጨዎታው ነው ማለት ብቻ ነው።

Your beloved Weyane was much more powerful, well armed with more experience fighting force than the weak Abiy force whose favorate activity is surrender in masses when the first bullet from the enemy fired. Look what Shaebia did your beloved Weyane in 17 days when the Abiy force was completely dismantled and disarmed by you and it was in no position to capture one village at the time. The quite Shaebia who never bluff or brag and make noise crossed your borders and completely wiped out hundreds of thousands of a well aremed and trained Weyane soldiers and captured every square inch of Chigray. Abiy isn’t stupid as you agames are. He knows what Shaebia is capable of doing to his poorly trained forces in a matter of days. Nonetheless, as Hassad agame who always wish us harm, you will be yet disappointed when your ill wish never materialized.

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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Mesob » 18 Nov 2023, 23:41

Eye witnesses from Asmara and Keren have recently confirmed that Shaebia or the Issaias army and security force are transporting many heavy loaded and covered trucks or lorries on the Afabet road, probably to the old Nakfa front. Shaebia is already preparing its escape plan.
There is an amharic translation here after 14 minutes and 20 seconds in the clip.


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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Digital Weyane » 19 Nov 2023, 00:00

አቢይ አህመድ አንድ እግሩን ተቆርጦ ማየት አልፈልግም። የእግር ቆረጣ በኛ ተጋሩ ይብቃ። ዋይ ዋይ ዋይ ዋይ ዋይ :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Mesob » 19 Nov 2023, 14:25

It is unlikely the Ethiopian air-force to start its campaign by striking Issaias Afeworki's main office in Adi Halo or the main office where his chief of staff Colonel Tesfalidet resides in Denden office or the old Imperial viceroy office, the Gibbi.
The air and drone attack will focus on many underground and concrete warehouses for ammunition, petrol depots and army food ration, such as outside May Edaga, Alla, outside Embatkala on the left of the main road, north of Barberela close to Adi Nefas, Serejaqa beside the army prison, outside of Mogolo on the way to Barentu, outside of Der'anto north of Mendefera, and several recently renovated old underground stores around Nakfa such as Etaro and Fah, the old oil refinery in Assab, the new underground depot between Beleza and Quazen is not complete yet.
The air campaign is expected to intensify for three weeks before the ground campaign starts. For more updated locations on the ammunition and petrol depot in Eritrea, the Eritrean army officers who are defecting to Tigray would be of great help.

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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Fed_Up » 19 Nov 2023, 17:31

Mesob wrote:
18 Nov 2023, 22:46
with his fàrt from beahasha
You said it all, Ayte Qodar ugum. 8)

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Re: How will Abiy Ahmed strike at Eritrea?

Post by Mesob » 20 Nov 2023, 01:41

It is unlikely the Ethiopian air-force to start its campaign by striking Issaias Afeworki's main office in Adi Halo or the main office where his chief of staff Colonel Tesfalidet resides in Denden office or the old Imperial viceroy office, the Gibbi.
The air and drone attack will focus on many underground and concrete warehouses for ammunition, petrol depots and army food supply, such as outside of May Edaga, Alla Bazit, outside Embatkala on the left of the main road, north of Barberela close to Adi Nefas, Serejaqa beside the army prison, outside of Mogolo on the way to Barentu, outside of Der'anto north of Mendefera, and several recently renovated old underground stores around Nakfa such as Etaro and Fah, the old oil refinery in Assab, the new underground depot between Beleza and Quazen is not yet complete.
The air campaign is expected to intensify for three weeks before the ground campaign starts. For more updated locations on the ammunition and petrol depot in Eritrea, the Eritrean army officers who are defecting to Tigray would be of great help.

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