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Ethiopian protesters rally, call WHO Chief a terrorist

Thomas Lambert

April 14, 2022

LA-based Ethiopian activists are rallying against WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus over his alleged involvement with the known Ethiopian terrorist organization Tigray People’s Liberation Front.

“The UN should launch an investigation into WHO head Dr. Tedros. He is attempting to deceive the organization by deliberately misrepresenting the level of emergency in Tigray. His goal [is] to support TPLF terrorist [organization], of which he is a leading member,” reads a Linktree thread Tweeted out by activist Hermela Aregawai.

“Terrorist organization TPLF has massacred civilians, looted assets, raped women and children in Amhara and Afar regions of Ethiopia. Yet, WHO head Dr. Tedros along [with the] mainstream media and corrupt human rights organizations continue to support [the] TPLF.”

Indeed, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front is a well-known ethno-nationalist group in Ethiopia that staged a military coup in 1989 and has committed innumerable human rights crimes.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has publicly called out Tedros for backing the group and demanded the UN launch an investigation into his role. However, such an investigation has yet to be declared.

Additionally, Ethiopia’s army chief claims that Adhanom worked to secure military weapons for the ethno-nationalist terror group.

“This man is a member of that group, and he has been doing everything to support them,” said the army chief of staff, General Berhanu Jula, in 2020.

“He has worked in neighbouring countries to condemn the war. He has worked for them to get weapons.”

The government has also accused the TPLF of killing hundreds at the time, specifically ethnic Amharas, and creating a refugee crisis that saw 30,000 flee to Sudan.

“The former Ethiopian foreign minister and now WHO director-general Dr. Tedros built his fortune on management of humanitarian aid for the Horn of Africa. Now, Ethiopia says he’s using that fortune to arm TPLF terrorists in Tigray,” the Linktree thread continues.

“Tedros Adhanom is hiding behind his position at the WHO to help TPLG terrorists… The [international] community’s silence speaks volumes about the state of ethics.“

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