British family’s plea for father on death row in Ethiopia – ITV News


The family of man from Islington who’s on death row in Ethiopia have pleaded with the British government to do more to get him released.
Andy Tsege fled to London from the East African country in 1979 after being an outspoken critic of its government.
A year ago today he was abducted by Ethiopian secret services in Yemen and has been sentenced to death by Ethiopian authorities. The Foreign Office has said it has contacted the Ethiopian authorities more than 30 times. Luke Hanrahan reports.

 

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4 Comments

  1. — IS IT RACISM or DEFENDING TERRORISTS —
    WILL THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT DEFEND CONVICTED TERRORIST (ANDARGACHEW TSIGE ) ? ? ? ?
    OR IS IT THE BRITISH IS SYSTEMATICALLY ALLOWING TERRORISTS TO STRIKE AGAINST BLACK RACE OR BLACK AFRICAN COUNTRIES ? ? ?
    Like Many Islamist terrorists carrying a British passport, a Terrorist Andragachew Tsige also do same thing, carrying a British Passport to conduct international terrorist act. Most of these terrorist using their passport to shelter themselves while conducting terrorist act, in many cases against democratically elected government or ant-WESTERN interest.

  2. No save heaven to the terrorst, we must speak the only language they understand (force and strong justice) in order to make sure those extermist terrorist such as Tsige will not hurt or terrorize the civilized world.

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