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Ethiopian Review says General Samora Yenus in a German hospital, really?

Tigrai Online, August 22, 2012

General Samora Yenus
General Samora Yenus carrying Prime Minister Meles's body at the Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa.

Ethiopian Review also known as Shabiya Review said on August 21, 2012 "The late Ethiopian dictator Meles Zenawiís military chief of staff, Gen. Samora Yenus, is currently in Essen, Germany, receiving medical treatment." really! Then why is he carrying Prime Minister Meles's body at the Bole International Airport on the same day he is supposed to be laying in bed fighting for his life in Germany? Oh maybe he flew over night to carry his bossís body and he will be right back to Germany.

General Samora Yenus
General Samora Yenus inside Prime Minister Meles's residence residence the Palace recieveing the body of PM Meles Zenawi in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Not in Essen University Hospital in Germany.

Please refer to the short video below

This extremistís lies and propaganda is out of this world. ESAT and the Glebawach are bragging that they killed Prime Minister Meles Zenawi by barking like a mad dog. I don't know if any sane person would want to take that credit, but these losers are hopeless and they have nothing to lose.

The first night we heard the news of the Prime Minister's death the extremist chauvinists were celebrating his death with champagne, whisky and all night dance. Our sources that are in the midst of them are reporting to Tigrai Online.

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