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More than 500 innocent civilians massacred by TPLF forces in Mai Kadra during retreat


Civilians massacred in Mai Kadra by TPLF forces [Picture: Social Media]

Addis Ababa, November 10, 2020 – Amid reports of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) advance to Mai Kadra Town after taking over Humera, the rogue Tigray Liyu Police of the TPLF massacred 500 civilians who were ethnic Amhara, Oromo and Wolaita.

Agegnehu Teshager, President of Amhara region 

The newly appointed President of Amhara region, Agegnehu Teshager, quickly denounced the act as “barbaric”. “We shall win despite our death”, said Agegnehu. He also advised the Amhara community not to fall trap to TPLF’s plot to create civil war between Amharas and Tigrayans. He also called on all Amharas to be an example to all Ethiopians for defending their Tigrayan brothers with who they are tied to socially, culturally and religiously.



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