Today is the 48th day since Ethiopia’s dictator Meles Zenawi has disappeared from the public view. His wife Azeb Mesfin, the mother of corruption, has also disappeared for the past 18 days.
The silence of the international media and world leaders on Meles Zenawi’s disappearance continues. CNN and Aljazeera have yet to say a word, while BBC and a few others reported minimally. None of Meles Zenawi’s puppet-masters in the West have uttered a single word of concern about his condition and whereabouts.
Tigray region president Abay Wolde has quietly assumed the position of acting chairman of the ruling TPLF, Ethiopian Review sources in Addis Ababa reported today.
Meanwhile, the regime’s hard currency reserve has reached at a critically low level. Banks have reportedly stopped giving hard currency for most importers.