Nima Elbagir a fraud Journalist of CNN – Jeff Pearce (Duplicity and the Foreign Correspondent)

As I’ve said before, Nima Elbagir is to journalism what a hand grenade is to home decoration. She is one of the most dangerous journalistic opportunists today spreading disinformation over the Tigray conflict in Ethiopia. But the Carleton University Journalism School invited her to give an annual lecture. I don’t believe in de-platforming people — that’s what the TPLF tries to do, muffle its critics and those fighting for justice. Instead, I decided I ought to deliver my own “Counter Lecture” to hers.

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  2. There was another hater of Abiy/Ethiopia who works for the BBC, Catherine Byaruhanga. I remember seeing her interview PM Abiy while he was casting his vote on the last Election Day June 21, 2021 at his birth place. She was jumping dangerously from one table to another to reach him. She has asked him why he does not order the Eritrean government to withdraw its soldiers from Tigray. His response was the Eritrean troops will withdraw but he cannot give order to a sovereign nation(country) and he will continue to work with them on that(withdrawal). Please note he did not say he will let the troops stay. And he did say there was no famine in Tigray and the government is capable of fixing any hunger. This is what she reported,

    Today has been a rollercoaster ride covering Ethiopia’s elections. We managed to speak to Prime Minister
    @AbiyAhmedAli
    1) He denied there is hunger in Tigray despite UN warnings.
    2) Said he would continue cooperating with Eritrean troops.

  3. There was another hater of Abiy/Ethiopia who works for the BBC, Catherine Byaruhanga. I remember seeing her interview PM Abiy while he was casting his vote on the last Election Day June 21, 2021 at his birth place. She was jumping dangerously from one table to another to reach him. She has asked him why he does not order the Eritrean government to withdraw its soldiers from Tigray. His response was the Eritrean troops will withdraw but he cannot give order to a sovereign nation(country) and he will continue to work with them on that(withdrawal). Please note he did not say he will let the troops stay. And he did say there was no famine in Tigray and the government is capable of fixing any hunger. This is what she reported,

    Today has been a rollercoaster ride covering Ethiopia’s elections. We managed to speak to Prime Minister
    @AbiyAhmedAli
    1) He denied there is hunger in Tigray despite UN warnings.
    2) Said he would continue cooperating with Eritrean troops.

    Just look how she twisted what he actually said to make it sound that he will continue cooperating so the Eritrean troops will continue to stay inside his country’s borders. He did not say that. This is how news are reported on these media giants of our day. I still remember seeing her acting in unladylike manner dangerously hoping from the top of one table to another to get closer to the prime minister while he was approaching the ballot box. I was wondering how her wife reacted to such unruly manner by her wife.

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