Ginbot-7 the terrorist group based in Eritrea left with only 280 soldiers
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Ginbot-7 the terrorist group based in Eritrea left with only 280 soldiers

Tigrai Online, June 12, 2017

Dr. Berhanu Nega the commander of Gim-7 based in Eritrea is left with 280 soldiers.

The latest members of Ginbot-7 terrorist defectors said there are only 280 troops in Eritrea.

The former Gom-7 members indicated that internal fighting between Dr. Berhanu Nega and his senior leadership was the main reason for their defection from Eritrea.


We think Eritrea is becoming really hostile to the terrorist groups based in the country since the shameful deportation of Tigrigna speakers from Amhara region. The Tigringa speakers in Eritrea especially the youth are aware if this dangerous group overthrows the EPRDF government in Ethiopia, they also will be facing the same fate from the groups the Eritrean government is hosting in its soil. There are plenty of reports of harassment to Gim-7 members if they wonder in the city centers.


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