Ethiopia: ESAT on the death of activist Tesfahun Chemeda in Kaliti jail

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  1. RIP.
    Let your soul rest in peace.
    I would like to take this opportunity to thank ESAT TV & Radio. From this we can understand that tens of thousands of unknown prisoners are dying in Woyane’s Prison. Tesfahun’s case was known by the Amnesty International and other Human Right organizations. Although they were not able to save his life, at least some of his family, friends and relatives had an opportunity to visit, follow his case and finally knew his death. There were/are thousand and thousands whom we didn’t/don’t know their whereabouts.
    Our Prayers are with all prisoners who are still suffering in Qaliti, Ziway, Birr Sheleqo, Dhedhessa, Belate, Maikelawi, underground and unknown prison cells and camps(in Addis Ababa & Tigray) and other parts of the country.
    God is Great and he will let us see a bright light one day in that country.
    Amen

  2. THE DEATH OF THESE ETHIOPIANS SHALL NOT BE IN VAIN!!!! WE SHALL DEVELOP A DEMOCRATIC NATION FOR ALL ETHIOPIANS. THE SUFFERING OF OUR CHILDREN MUST STOP; THE GENOCIDE OF ETHNIC GROUPS MUST STOP!!! SAY NO TO ETHNOCENTRICITY. YES TO ONE DEMOCRACTIC ETHIOPIA.

  3. God help his families
    it is clear they killed hinm Ato gezachew shame on you you are sadistic does this makes you lough you will pay the price one day

  4. It is very sad to learn Tesfahun’s death in such brutal way. He was my junior and I knew him during our campus life. He was very hard working and pro-rights person. I had no knowledge of his whereabouts. It is indeed sad to learn he became one more victim to the brutal regime’s torturous hands.
    Condolences for his family and friends! His blood will shouts as many others who were victimized by the minority junta. Yet another reason for us to unite and fight for freedom.
    Tesfish – you blood is not spilt in vain!

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