VOA speaks to Wedi Gerahtu about the report of Human Rights Inquiry
(Good Interview Minya! ) - It is really pity the once gallant freedom fighters of Eritrea have turned to be such harsh on their own people? What do they think they were dying for when they were fighting tooth to nail from the dissolute Sahel foxholes if not for their people who are dying all over the Sinai desert? Something has really gone wrong with the psyche of Eritreans! Can independence be so intoxicating? How could the Ambassador think the proud people of Eritrea will taint their own country image they died for ? Eritrea is virtually a pariah state where millions of its people are abandoning the place they grow up and dearly fought for!
"Kubo Debriyom Ela Yihadmu Alewu" Ambassador! Look inwards and save you country and save the region!)
FALLS CHURCH, VA – Starting today, March 4, Ethiopian TV (ETV) programming availability increases from 8 hours a day to 12 hours a day on MHz Native.
ETV programs will now be broadcast in the Washington, DC metro area from noon to midnight daily.
MHz Native airs native-language programming blocks on the channel known as MHz Networks 6, one of ten 24/7 channels available locally from MHz Networks.
Viewers can tune into ETV programming on:
Over the air (OTA) digital broadcast channel 30.6
Verizon FiOS 452
A channel of Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency, ETV's mission is to present a competitive and reliable medium of information, promoting development and democratic unity of Ethiopia. The channel provides both educational and entertainment programs.
For more information regarding programming, please visit: www.erta.gov.et
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