Wanda Dee: World Tours and the Business of Goddess Empire
There are reports of massacres allegedly carried out by Eritrean soldiers allied to Ethiopia’s leader, against civilians in the Tigray war.
It is now past eight weeks since Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared war on the regional state of Tigray, part of his own country.
The war really began two years earlier when Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea’s mercurial leader Esayas Afeworki made peace with each other. The reference to a “peace treaty” between the two countries is misleading. The Eritrean dictator closed the borders with Tigray shortly after a brief opening of the borders following the “peace agreement” with Ethiopia. The agreement helped Esayas to emerge from his political purgatory where he was shunned as a pariah.