Ginbot 7, an Ethiopian opposition political organization founded in 2008 by Andargachew Tsige and Berhanu Nega, was an exiled pro-democracy party that the Ethiopian government labeled a terrorist group in 2011. After accepting PM Abiy’s olive branch, Ginbot 7 came back to Ethiopia along with its army. The movement has been going through a lot of changes. The recent news from one of its members seems like an obstacle. Neamen Zeleke has been one of Patriotic Ginbot 7’s executive member and head of foreign relations. He has been a prominent figure for the revolutionary movement and led the fight with the army stationed in Eritrea. In an interview with BBC, Neamen discussed the reason behind his shocking decision to leave the movement.
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