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Video: Funeral service of Brig. General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot




By Shabait

Asmara, 10 May 2015 – The funeral service of veteran fighter Brig. General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot Mebrahtu was held today at Asmara Patriots Cemetery in the presence of President Isaias Afwerki, members of Ministerial cabinet, senior Government and PFDJ officials, Army Commanders, religious leaders, family members, as well as nationals and members of the army.

The corpse of the late veteran fighter was accompanied from his residence by a military marching band and senior Army commanders to his resting place. Brig. General Abraha Kassa, Head of the National Security Agency, read a brief life history of the late Brig. General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot.

Brig. General Abraha Kassa explained that the late veteran fighter Brig. Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot was one of the heroic freedom fighters the Eritrean revolution created and who dedicated his entire life to the wellbeing of the Eritrean people through serving in various capacities with higher sense of commitment and nationalism.

He also stated that the late veteran fighter has been efficient in both military and academic fields and dedicated 38 years out of 66 of his life time to the Eritrean armed struggle for independence and the nation-building process.

President Isaias Afwerki laid wreath on the tomb of the late veteran fighter on behalf of the State of Eritrea, Mr. Al-Amin Mohammed Seid, PFDJ Secretary, on behalf of the Front, Gen. Flipos Woldeyohannes, Chief of Staff of the Eritrean Armed Forces, on behalf of the Defense Ministry, and, his daughter, Eritra Kesetebrhan on behalf of the family of Brig. General Kesete Gebrehiwot.

The departed veteran fighter is married and father of two.

The Government of the State of Eritrea conveyed condolences to the family of the late veteran fighter Brig. General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot and the people of Eritrea.
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12 comments:

  1. ኣሌክ - Alec youMay 10, 2015 at 1:10 PM

    RIP Brig. General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot Mebrahtu . Thank you for your service. Rest easy.

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  2. Crocodile tears for a sheep who went to the slaughter? Or, is it another servant of the tyrant bites the dust? Whichever it is; good riddance. May all those tyrants who continue to inflict so much suffering on the Eritrean people eat dirt.

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  3. Brig.General Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot Mebrahatu time have came to leave this world of ours, after I heard the biography of this amazing person,I am so honored to belong the same country he is from. Many Eritreans and Ethiopian diplomat in the mid 70th when Dergue overthrow Haileslassie they stayed where ever they where living or moved elsewhere, But Brig General KGM and his wife took the kids to join the struggle,what a family of patriots. The knowledge and know how he left behind this and future Eritreans will benefit tremendously.

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  4. REST IN PEACE, Brig. Kesetebrhan Gebrehiwot,
    .
    You have run the best ever marathons to liberate us, Eritreans.
    Your contribution for our independence is Priceless !!!
    You are the reason today we proudly say:- We Are Eritreans !!!
    May God/Allah give comfort to all Eritreans, especially your families and your loved ones.
    You are the true son of Eritrea and will miss you dearly.
    Thank you.

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  5. RIP our hero.
    The last two years more than ten high ranking military officers, including five Generals have died. That is quite strange ! What exactly is happening to those officers. I strongly believe that those generals are being secretly murdered. We have to demand investigation on this matter.

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  6. It is time for you to check in to a mental hospital.

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  7. Thank you for making us proud. I salute YOU 'kebur hawena. Rest in peace!

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  8. One thing about soldiers is that they do not look after themselves that well, they drink and smoke a lot that is the typical behaviour of hardcore soldiers. And can you blame them after the things that they have been through and seen on the battlefields.
    R.I.P Our hero's, I know you'll all be having a good drink and catchup with your former comrade's up in heaven

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  9. Life is journey you too has travel. Unlike you who wasted their time in the streets of West begging for your daily bread; here are the Eritreans have done it and the have liberated, defended, built their people and country.


    Do not worry, these bigger than life Eritrean heroes has already paved the road of Eritrean and that is why have trained the next generation of Eritrean heroes. Trained, educated by YIKEALO, take a look at WARSAI in charge. Following the footsteps of YIKEALO here is WARSAI in charge, defending and building his home


    Eritrea was in good hands yesterday, Eritrea is in good hands today, and Eritrea shall be in good hands come morning.


    Go ahead, make my day and show me your 'WAI----WAI-----" from the streets of begging.

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  10. THE GREAT LEADER IS GETTING RID OF THEM ONE BY ONE...LIKE KIM...LIKE HIS UNCLE!!WATCH OUT WHO IS NEXT.?.......ONE STUPID SAID SOMETHING LIKE THE ARMY NOT TAKING GOOD CARE OF THEMSELVES LIKE DRINKING,SMOKING...NONSENSE. DOESNT THE GREAT LEADER DRINK?

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  11. "I strongly believe that those generals are being secretly murdered."
    How about, ... I strongly believe you (Dan) is Moron!,
    .
    Stop this non-sense "I Believe, this, I believe that ...", We need proof. If you do not have one, have a little respect for the General and his family.

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  12. How is anyone able to find a proof if the whole nation has its hands tied, its mouth muzzled ? Let alone others do investigative journalism, even the families of the deceased are terrified to do an biopsy of their loved ones.


    Get real. All those deaths are just too many to be due to natural causes.

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