Is there an end to the Tigray ‘mess’?

Is there an end to the Tigray ‘mess’?

For the first time eight in months after the fight raging on in Ethiopia began, Linder Thomas-Greenfield, United States ambassador to the United Nations has called for a meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss issues in an open session.

The ambassador feels it is important that people know how serious the 15-member Security Council takes the issue of maintaining peace.

This conflict in Ethiopia has raged on in the Tigray region for months and the Tigrayans has retaken the capital Mekelle from the federal army after a temporary defeat. 

Suspected mastermind of this gorilla group, Former Army General Tsadkan Gebretensae made a major comeback after the group’s defeat back in January this year true to his famous words, “war is primarily an intellectual activity”.

He and his men may have been driven into hiding and organized with little to nothing but the clothes they retreated with, this army mobilized from that to defeat a much powerful adversary.

Before now the General and his group had been leaders of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front movement group TPLF in the ’70s and ’80s and then they had also defeated a much superior army of the Dork dictatorship, freeing not just Tigray but Addis Ababa too. 

Not surprising the war’s present trajectory but will this fight for independence continue to the desired result and for which side?

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