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Two Eritrean Generals and One Veteran Fighter Passed Away in Tragic Car Accident


Two Eritrean Generals and one veteran fighter passed away in a tragic car accident 


Two Eritrean Generals and One Veteran Fighter Passed Away in Tragic Car Accident 

Brigadier General Tekleab Mebrahtu (Vainak), Brigadier General Amanuel Haile (Hanjema) and Tgadalay Desu Tesfatsion passed away on 20 March at 4:30 P.M. due to a car accident.

The veteran combatants encountered the accident around Ab-Dirbabo while they were on their way to participate at the 30th anniversary celebrations of the demise of Wukaw Iz.

On behalf of Madote, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to the families and friends of these heroic fighters. May they rest in eternal peace.


Images of the fighters who passed away 


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Two Eritrean Generals and One Veteran Fighter Passed Away in Tragic Car Accident Reviewed by Admin on 9:38 AM Rating: 5

37 comments:

  1. It is very sad tragedy. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the families.
    RIP our veteran fighters.

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  2. Death will come to each and every one of us even to the "mad dog". RIP jeganu "neber".

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  3. Oh....
    Sad, sad, sad....tragedy indeed.
    RIP our heroes!

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  4. Heartbreaking! R.I.P

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  5. Something needs to be done about our roads. We're losing too many heroes to car accidents.

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  6. R.I.P TO OUR HEROES.

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  7. Shocking! R.I.P Jeganu! We should always remember to thank our heroes while they are alive. Often times, we only do so when its too late.

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  8. I agree! But what can we do about it? Mountainous countries such as Eritrea will always have higher levels of car accidents due to the difficult terrain. Eritrea even building those roads into the sides of mountains can be considered a engineering marvel on its own right.


    The only solution i can think of is driverless cars. Studies show, over 95% of all accidents are caused by human error. Perhaps its time Eritrea makes a technological miracle and starts learning to manufacturer and build driverless cars domestically?

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  9. Very tragic. This is a sobering reminder that life is precious. R.I.P. Heroes.

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  10. Wala iti emri yefetatenena allo..Tsnàt ne mulue Bieteseb..Ne Mekelekal Hailtat Eritran Hezbin..

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  11. hahaha we can't provide reliable Electricity and you are talking about driverless cars.

    Are you insane?

    Eritrea doesn’t even have a University.

    Good legacy to the fallen Generals/Brigadiers

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  12. I am very sad every time I heard we loose our heroes, this are the heroes who winw a war with the war machine of USA and USSR.
    RIP my heroes.

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  13. Eritrean Adult literacy rate:
    80%


    Ethiopian Adult literacy rate:
    39%

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  14. Building driverless cars isn't as complicated as it once was. Even high school students can make them these days. If the government focuses on this, it can easily build driverless cars without much external assistance.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qpHl0GbQNI

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  15. Building driverless cars isn't as complicated as it once was. Even high school students can make them these days. If the government focuses on this, it can easily build driverless cars without much external assistance.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikYXk1o8FhM

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  16. Rest in peace heroes

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  17. Eritrea is not the only country in the world with this kind geography but in terms of regulations and safe driving rules are in holt not only driving legislations but any legislative matters as we do not have elected parliament
    Which can come up with vehicles driving rules or country
    Driving rules?
    Regarding those who were killed in this tragic accident I hope we hope the government will investigate the cause ?
    I seize this opportunity to convey my condolences to their
    Loved ones.

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  18. @ Robel
    Definitely developing human resources is not the priority for this government I mean this regime
    If we had a government will allocate some budget towards HR development self driving cars will be
    Achieved but in Eritrea today nether the term budget nor financial year do EXIST!!!!!!!!!!!

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  19. Nortel,Agame, take your chicken brain and get the hell out of this Eritrean website.

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  20. Rest In Peace our heroes.

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  21. When are you going to speak the truth?
    How many schools and boarding schools are there in Eritrea from 1991-2013?
    Tell me the number of students enrolling in primary school?
    Tell me the number of collages from 1991-2013?
    When did you defect?

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  22. Thanks for sharing the Martyr Vainac's hero's history!

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  23. Rest In Peace our heroes!

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  24. How many was the population of Eritrea in 1991, and how many is today. it only show figures not quality.....

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  25. this should be investigated to find out if it was an accident I have my dout ab this on in my gutt that some of weyane are so desperate they may it try to make it a move when eritrea is busy in the nation building and selebrtion

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  26. @zeragi
    Facts will speak them selves in Eritrea
    It is true many schools were built in many parts of
    Eritrea specialy villages which is good and tenth of thousands were graduated from high schools but later where did the end up ? If you can't speak the truth I will tenth of thousands in refugee camps
    In Sudan, tenth of thousands in refugee camps of Ethiopia the so lucky ended up in concentration camps in Israel ? Are n't sad to what is happening
    To my brothers and sisters in this camps they are your brothers and sisters as well if this doesn't move you what can move then may this is not
    You should remember those who perished in desert or drowned in the sea ?

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  27. @ wedi Geji
    May be you are who knows or could be enemies with in or the govern ment it self did it god only Knows the truth ?

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  28. The funny thing is that these people were marginalized from the government for sometime now. All of a sudden, they all perished together. If you ask me, they used the oldest trick in the books to eliminate them.

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  29. No Robel, It is not the roads that killed these Heroes, we have to do something about the man responsible for their deaths. This isn't an accident, it was a staged murder by Wedi medhin berad. Something got to be done about this murderer before he kills more heroes.

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  30. I agree with you Nortel, these people got to wake up and smell the coffee (smell the reality).

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  31. Why would the government investigate the accident, when they are the cause of the accident. This was no accident but a staged murder.

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  32. Dude wake up. Eritrea has no capacity to even build a box of matches. what are you talking about?

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  33. I could not agree more with you Joe. 110% this poor people were murdered by wedi medhin berad

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  34. Rest in peace, Btsot!

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  35. Fantacy or bigotrey? You guys, may be the socalled smearrrr are barking like a mad dog turning tragedies into political motives. Why and who do you think gave you the right to be the mouth peice of Eritrea and Eritreans? This are heroes of our nation and will always be remembered as such. They lived and passed away EPLF, so do not shed for EPLF cauae its your ememy and dont even bother about Eritrea and its debelopments for that toi does not concern you. Cause you are contributing nothing towards that end. Leave it to those that give their life to it. Refugees are you too my friend why proffess about those in sudan or israel, the kidney in your belly is yours too so its you who should protect and guard it not isaias or any other person. How motonic is this garbage of a head you carry around?

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