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Kenya's reprisals against Ethiopia

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta (2nd L) and visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (L) meet the media after their meeting at the State House in Nairobi, capital of Kenya, April 24, 2013. (Xinhua/Meng Chenguang)


Kenya's reprisals against Ethiopia

By AfricanIntelligence

Undermined by the incursion of the Ethiopian army into Kenyan territory in late May (at the Illeret locality, 15 km from the border), relations between Kenya and Ethiopia could deteriorate even further. The Kenyan government has decided to break the agreement signed with Ethiopia in 2012 under which Kenya undertook to import some 400 MW for a period of 30 years, after the Gilgel Gibe III dam (southwest Ethiopia) is completed next year. Nairobi justifies the termination of this contract by arguing that the country produces enough hydro-electricity. But the real reason for the withdrawal is explained by the rising tension between the two countries.

In addition to the intrusion of the Ethiopian army into Kenyan soil, President Uhuru Kenyatta found it particularly hard to swallow the Ethiopian intervention that obliged him to abandon his trip to the United States in April. Uhuru Kenyatta was in the aircraft to Dubai, where he was due to stopover on his way to California, when the Ethiopian authorities asked him to change his flight plan to avoid Yemeni airspace for security reasons. The pilot was caught off his guard and the presidential plane was forced to turn round and go back to Kenya.
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37 comments:

  1. Ethiopia Kenya border is unsecured from Kenyan side. It is becoming a terrorist and armed militia fertile ground. The Ethiopian army has been patrolling both sides. The Kenyans even don't even know how bad their border has become. If Kenya does not steep up its security around ethio-kenya border, Kenya will be in big mess from terrorist from that area just like Kenya has a border problem from Somalia side. The Ethiopian side of the border is well manned and patrolled but in the Kenyan side no single military personnel is available. That is why there is a security gap in the Kenyan side

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  2. I think the Kenyans have learned a good lesson from Eritrea. As Wedi Afom Beri said it correctly, as long as one country is dependent on other country, especially on your neighbor on any strategic economic and political issues, you will be subjected to act of blackmail and bullying. That is why Eritrea decided to break any economic and financial with Ethiopia, from day one.


    Remember the introduction of the Eritrean currency, the NACFA, in 1997? That was the first what Eritrea have done and that the time Ethiopia knew Eritreans mean business.

    And now, Kenyans are following the same when they are not to import electricity from Ethiopia. Good neighborhood on equal standing is the Eritrean way and the Kenyans have learned a lesson from ERitrea.

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  3. STFU! There is no worse terrorist than the ugume regime! The term terrorism, has become a convenient tool, for the real terrorists.

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  4. Good! Kenya deserves it! It arrested our journalists in Kenya and handed them over to the weyane, voted for us to be sanctioned, intervened in Somalia in the service of its masters etc. You play with fire, you get burned. You play with the weyane, you get stabbed in the back.

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  5. Agree HIDROM. Natna ayneheben zeynatna aynedelen. Eritreans are smart and unique people. God bless our unity and our leadership.

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  6. Dreamers dreaming ,nothing happened and will happen along ET/KEN border.The two nations /peoples friendship is as strong as it had been since kenyas independence.African intelligence did not do their homework....what a media...or .....

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  7. ኣሌክ - Alec youMay 31, 2015 at 11:20 AM

    Its been said--Good fences make good neighbors. Kenya was cahooting with the woyane tigray--it's ur hand..Now keep it- u deserve it . Kenya u deserve bad treatment from ur pimp woyane-tigray.

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  8. How is building those schools coming along? You had told us in 2015, 700 schools will be built. We are half way in the year, I hope half of those schools are built and operational......

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  9. I am always amazed by people who make up stories or statements without providing any evidence. If you trying to defend TPLF's Ethiopia, you are not doing a good job because your statements confirms that TPLF has been violating the sovereign territory of Kenya for many years in the name of security. It is the internal political, economic and social developments in Ethiopia that led to the proliferation of Ethiopian armed groups operating inside and outside Ethiopia. Your statement suggests that TPLF's Ethiopia is protecting Kenya from Terrorist. If that is true, then Ethiopia is not doing a good job because Kenya was a peaceful country until it starts to entertain #Ethiopia for short term benefits and advantages.

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  10. John,
    Fekadu's message is warning Keyans as follows.. " if you continue to boycott our electric power, we will create chaos in Kenya like we did with Somalia. We are good on creating terrorist groups and do what we are told to do by our masters, period! We did the same among Sudan and S.Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and if needed will be your turn kenyans. We are the power of the Horn!" say Fekadu ugum LOL

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  11. Wedi Mai Telamit, what brought you here for you are in the wrong place.


    By the way, are the WEyane living in Addis Ababa in fortified villas fenced by concrete wall, barbed wire, and armed guards. Living i fear is their life and that is how the Weyane live in Addis Ababa. Surrounded by Ethiopians, here are Weyane counting the day of reckoning for the Ethiopian volcano is to erupt to finish the Weyane once and for all. Accept it and try to save your self before it is too late. For the Ethiopian volcano is to erupt.

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  12. Keshi HaTiyat,
    You better mind your fake ballots... the world is laughing at you LOL

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  13. But you are not able to monitor your land airspace. Remember the pilots who traveled all the way from Dire to Eritrea? So how come you patrol other countries' side of the borders?

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  14. "Change his flight plan to avoid Yemeni airspace for security reasons" like Kenya didn't know there was a problem in Yemen . Come on it is more credible if it was "change his flight plan to avoid Eritrean airspace for security reasons or the the Ethiopian authorities didn't want to deal with Eritrean authorities ".


    The truth will come out one day.

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  15. What i asked is called "accountable" you wouldn't know, you are a blind supporter of HGDEF mendef. Stop your obsession over Ethiopian instead talk/discuss Eritrean issues.

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  16. Jart-Ass, I am impressed! You will be human again. You have even started to write your comments in lowercase. The next step will be to drag your head slowly out of your Arse without rupturing anything. Maybe then you will start to abandon your denial world and start living in the real world. As it stands, you sound very stupid to dismiss the current friction between your wonderful country and Kenya.

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  17. Your empty wishes, prays, dreams about Ethiopia to fight with Egypt and now with our best brothers and sisters of Kenya is showing us how far your frustrations are mounted on your dead brain for being a powerless and doing nothing but cry every day and collect these kind of articles from the trashes will note going to save your so called dead and isolated Country from the misery that you brought on your self.

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  18. The horn of Africa never knew terrorism..nor existed, weyane is creating it

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  19. would you someone to tell me why Eritrean business company not advertise their promotion in EriTv. when I saw EriTv in satellite all days and night show diffrent festival reapetely and am wondering why business man didn't promote their products in the eritrea national television.

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  20. One day the big volcano will be erupted,in today's Ethiopia leads by Tplf minority regime.

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  21. Ethiopia is not a country to form ties with. EPRDF/TPLF is an extremely dictator group if not government. Kenya would become brave if it close ties with such evil dictatorship. Ethiopian soldiers, by crossing Kenyan border and harassing Kenyan police and civilians, the repeated the their inhuman act they are practicing on Ethiopian students and citizens.

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  22. TPLF led current Ethiopian gov't (EPRDF) is like a rotten egg; it seems white to mean democratic for the outside world but its inner part to mean for its citizens it is too evil and killer. In fact there is no even symbol of democracy in Ethiopia. Reality is too far from what TPLF is moving around the world like a mad dog and talking about democracy. That is why Ethiopian gov't is reportedly crossing Kenyan territory.

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  23. Oh really?? Break economically from Ethiopia? Is that why in the early 1990's Eritrea was rebranding Ethiopian coffee and exporting it to the international market as "Eritrean Coffee"? Is that why when Eritrea decided to print her own money and Ethiopia then decided all trade between the two countries will be in hard currency - U.S. dollars or Euro, Eritrea cried foul and invaded Badme? Get real bitches. Now that the donations from Eritrean refugees dispersed all over the world are drying up, we'll see what happens to the Eritrean economy.

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  24. KirKir, you just pull what you want from your rectum and post it as factual news. Take your meds.

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  25. So what is EPDJF or whatever it's called? A government elected by a constitutionally established process? Talk about your own mess before you discuss other countries.

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  26. HOW COULD ERITREA INVADE ITS OWN TERRITORY? YOU ARE A BROKEN RECORD.

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  27. SENSE LESS, BADME WAS UNDER ETHIOPIAS CONTROL THEN, YOU WANTED TO TAKE IT BACK BY FORCE" IF BADME...THE SUN WILL NOT RISE..DIA" YOU LOST,THAT IS THE STORY .

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  28. YOU MUST BE A RUN AWAY FROM ARSSI..WAKO

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  29. WELL SAID..KENYANS KNOW THE TRUTH AND ETHIOPIA TOO.

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  30. At least you agreed your current gangsters are not here to stay. As for the people of the horn, we would have been integrated in order to eradicate poverty and JartAssness(backwardness), if it was not for the expansionist, jealous, greed and disruptive attitude of your TPLF tugs.
    Don't tell me again your tugs did not cross to Kenya again in the last two days!!

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  31. Jart, for your own sanity, why don't you go to your MaiTelat websites? You don't belong here!

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  32. I dont think Kenya will cut the energy deal with Ethiopia. They simply need the energy. The agreement was very lucrative for Kenya 400 MW at about 7 cents per KWH. Their economy is growing and with their infrastructure that is expanding they simply have no way to let this 400 MW project go. Not when they have LAPSSET, and their expanding railway network in the pipelines. These projects will consume huge amounts of electricity.

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  33. Badme is Ethiopian. You tried to take it by force and your god on earth, stupid ass Issayas soiled his panties, when the Ethiopian army marched straight to the gates of Asmara. You are an idiot.

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  34. You're embarassed because Ethiopia is holding an election and Eritrea has not had one in 24 years. How about the $700 Million found in Eritrean accounts at HSBC bank? Why don't you leave the Ethiopians alone with their "fake ballots" and address the white elephant in the Eritrean room. $700 MILLION DOLLARS UNCOVERED IN HSBC SECRET BANK ACCOUNTS IN THE NAMES OF ERITREAN INDIVIDUALS!!!!!!! This is an Eritrean site so lets talk about Eritrea. Leave foreign countries alone to their citizens to be concerned with. What goes on in Ethiopia is none of your business.

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  35. The volcano is in Eritrea. The hopeless masses of Eritrea will rise against the oppresive, blood sucking Thugtatorship of Issayas sooner than you think.

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  36. @Dogali you have a right to dream,till u weakup.

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  37. These dams are driving Ethiopia crazy, selling electricity before completing the dam? The country will soon be bankrupt.

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