The Horn Times newsletter July 19, 2012
by Getahune Bekele
Emboldened by the news coming out of Brussels that Zenawi is now blind and wheelchair bound, with no hope of
returning home, acting PM Neway Gebreab is cracking the whip in desperate attempt to keep the sinking TPLF ship afloat, and of course, to consolidate his position to become PM soon.
Known for his demonic temper and insatiable appetite for power, the warlord has already stopped the foul-mouthed Marxist Leninist League Tigraye veteran, Sibehat Nega from leaving the country for medical checkup in South Africa.
Furthermore, fearing mass exodus of criminal warlords and their corrupt spouses, Gebreab (pictured) has reportedly issued a decree that no senior TPLF member would be allowed to board a flight until the end of September.
“At this stage he dreads mass defection. Only diplomats who carry special permit or security clearance from Gebreab’s office will be travelling for state business” revealed the Horn Times reporter from Addis Ababa.
However, the ex Marxist guerrilla, Sibehat Nega did not take the snub kindly. According to our well placed sources inside the TPLF camp, the ageing harridan have vowed to de-throne Gebreab by joining the opposite camp of warlords led by acting PM-2,Tedros Adhanom.
The clash between Neway and Sibehat took place at Zenawi’s residence on Tuesday 17 July 2012, in full view of the stressed out and terror smitten TPLF cc members.
Although Neway, as a veteran himself, tries to confront and even rein in the Zenawi-spoiled hordes of Tigre warlords, reports are he lacks support.
A political analyst told the Horn Times that Neway is isolating himself from the power wielding Tigres by trying to build his support base among the untrustworthy clannish sycophants and the hoi polloi, otherwise known as “the Gujilles.”
“If Zenawi dies and anti TPLF insurrection explodes, Neway Gebreab will be the first to flee. He is one of the top war criminals wanted by the Ethiopians. Nevertheless, there is one man who is watching all this drama from the sidelines. A hardened war criminal. He has nowhere to go. Unless a strong opposition step up to the plate quickly, am afraid we are going to have a brutal military ruler in the form of the feudist Gen Samora Yunise “explains our political analyst who is following events in Addis Ababa.
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