Did Eritrea’s Traitorous Dictator, Issayas Afeworki, vote No to Eritrean Independence?

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According to Wikipedia, during the Eritrean referendum on independence, which took place from April 23-25 1993, there were 77,512 registered Eritrean fighters eligible to vote.

Paradoxically, out of these 77,512 voters, 21 “freedom fighters” voted no to Eritrean independence (see the details of the referendum result below).

The intriguing question is: why would Eritrean freedom fighters, who had joined the armed struggle to shed their precious blood for independence, vote no to Eritrean independence?

As far as I am concerned, genuine Eritrean freedom fighters, who joined the Eritrean armed struggle for independence in order to see a politically independent and sovereign Eritrea, would never negate the noble cause for which they fought heroically for more than three decades. I believe that only those who infiltrated the Eritrean armed struggle by posing as freedom fighters, but who really wanted to subvert the struggle of the Eritrean people for freedom, are those who voted no to Eritrean independence.

The great majority of Eritreans are convinced today that, among these 21 “freedom fighters” who voted no is the traitor, Issayas Afeworki, who is now Eritrea’s dictatorial ruler. Those others who are freedom fighters in name only include the likes of Hagos Kisha, Yemane Monkey and Yemane Gebremeskel (the dictator’s partners in crime), i.e. those who have consistently remained loyal to the fascist dictator despite knowing that he is hell-bent on destroying Eritrea and its people.

I can therefore safely state here to the readers of Mdrebahri.com that, once the tyrant ruler and his disciples have been overthrown and classified documents are open to researchers, what seems at present incredible will be established 100 percent: the Eritrean fascist dictator and his disciples did indeed vote no to Eritrean independence.

Referendum Results

Area Total Yes No Invalid % Yes
Asmara 128,620 128,443 144 33 99.86
Barka 44,472 44,425 47 0 99.89
Denkalia 26,027 25,907 91 29 99.54
Gash-Setit 73,506 73,236 270 0 99.63
Hamasien 76,716 76,654 59 3 99.92
Akele Guzai 92,634 92,465 147 22 99.82
Sahel 51,187 51,015 141 31 99.66
Semhar 33,750 33,596 113 41 99.54
Seraye 124,809 124,725 72 12 99.93
Senhit 78,540 78,513 26 1 99.97
Fighters 77,579 77,512 21 46 99.91
Sudan 154,058 153,706 352 0 99.77
Ethiopia 57,706 57,466 204 36 99.58
Other Countries 82,806 82,597 135 74 99.75
Total 1,102,410 1,100,260 1,822 328 99.81

The struggle for justice will prevail!

Drs. Tsegezab Gebregergis

Mdrebahri.com

 



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