A Must-Come Grand Public Meeting with Dr. Berhanu Nega, Chairman of Arbegnoch Ginbot 7, in Seattle

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The man who gave up all for the sake of the movement to free Ethiopia from TPLF will be in Seattle. Dr. Berhanu Nega is back. He will make his first stop here in Seattle and conduct a grand public meeting with Ethiopian patriots. 
This meeting will be especially exciting because AG7 just conducted its first military operation ever deep into TPLF territory in Arbaminch. Dr. Berhanu promises more of these kind of operations in different parts of the country at any time in the future. Dr. Berhanu added that the struggle is launched within Ethiopia and not in Eritrea nor only in the border areas with Eritrea, in his interview with ESAT.
Seattle patriots are expected to greet Dr. Berhanu with a standing ovation showering his organization, AG7, with a generous financial support as well as an uplifting morale. They will promise to continue to help his organization and rally behind AG7 until TPLF is removed out of power and out of Ethiopia. 
Date: Sunday May 22, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM-6:00 PM
Place: Ethiopian Community Center
          8323 Rainier Ave South, Seattle WA 98118.
Make sure you come to this historic meeting and be a part of history in the making in freeing Ethiopia from the TPLF mafia, once and for all. 
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  1. Chase this chauvinist extremist out of my Seattle for me. Seattle doesn’t have notime for his nonesense. If he became the Mayor of Addis as he was supposed to we would have let him in to Seattle but since he chose not to , neither Addis nor Seattle will not let him in anymore . I will personally see to that. He should take his malaria and go back to Asmara where he belongs.

  2. What Dr. Berhanu is doing is called “altruism” in various forms of religions, which something the cancerous regime the TPLF need to learn..he abbandon his post of Profesor to fight for his and his Ethiopian fellows rights.

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