Feisty Lesa ready to join Stingray war

Their advertisement comes after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said he’d go to the front to lead the war.

Tigrayan revolutionists say they’re advancing towards the capital Addis Ababa.
Germany and France have come the rearmost countries to advise their citizens to leave Ethiopia, amid an escalation in the civil war.

On Tuesday, US envoy to the region Jeffrey Feltman advised that conditional politic progress towards ending the conflict was being jeopardised by intimidating developments on the ground.
Gebrselassie, 48, was quoted by state TV as saying that Mr Abiy’s decision to go to battle was” anticipated from a leader who loves his country”.


“I’m ready to do whatever is needed of me, including going to the frontal line,”he said.
Gebrselassie is regarded as a legend in Ethiopia, and his commentary were seen as an attempt to rally public support behind the war trouble.

During his 25- time career as an athlete, he claimed two Olympic gold orders, eight World Championship palms and set 27 world records.
He blazoned his withdrawal from competitive handling in 2015.

Expressing his support for the war, Feyisa, 31, was quoted by the state- combined Fana Broadcasting Corporation website as saying that Mr Abiy had made the” right decision”by saying he’d go to the frontal line to face the revolutionists.
He added that he too was ready to draw alleviation from the”gallantry of my fathers”and go to the frontal line to” save my country”.

The athlete won the marathon tableware at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
He came notorious for holding up his crossed wrists as if they were manacled to draw global attention to the crackdown on demonstrators demanding political reforms in Ethiopia.

The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) was the dominant party in government at the time. It was forced out of power in 2018 following the demurrers against its 27 times at the helm and Mr Abiy came high minister.
The TPLF also retreated to its fort of Tigray, from where it launched a rebellion last November after a huge fall- eschewal with Mr Abiy over his reforms.

The war has created a massive philanthropic extremity, leaving thousands dead, forcing millions from their homes, and several hundred thousand in shortage-suchlike conditions as aid agencies battle to get food in war-affected areas.
The African Union is leading sweats to find a negotiated end to the fighting, but neither side has committed to addresses.

On Tuesday, Germany’s foreign ministry said its citizens should depart on the first available marketable breakouts, while France prompted its citizens to leave the country”without detention”.
Meanwhile an internal UN security document said”eligible family members of internationally signed staff”should be vacated by 25 November.

Preliminarily the US and UK blazoned they were pulling out unnecessary politic staff, and told other citizens to leave.
In a post on social media on Monday evening, Abiy Ahmed, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019, said he’d go to the front to lead the defence forces.

“Those who want to be among the Ethiopian children, who’ll be hailed by history, rise up for your country moment. Let’s meet at the front,”he said.
The TPLF are advancing towards Addis Ababa on the A2 trace.