ERi-TV Eritrea Daily News ‘Zena’ (March 18, 2013)

Participants of commemoration of Nadew Command’s demise make tour of Kisad Ashorem area Afabet, 18 March 2013 – The Participants of the commemoration marking the 25th anniversary of the demise of Nadew Command today made a tour of the historical area of Kisad Ashorem where the calamity of Ethiopian forces of occupation was witnessed during the operation following a strategic encirclement. The commemoration participants said that such exposure provides the groundwork for enlivening of reminiscences and nurturing national values in this connection, besides the fact that it is a good opportunity for citizens to reiterate their pledge of honoring the trust of martyrs. Mr. Mohammed-Seid Saleh, one of the freedom fighters in action during the historic operations, from his viewpoint of personal experience, pointed out that the event is beyond what words can tell, and noted the significance of organizing such tours in historical documentation and popularization of national values. In the same vein, Meseret Bariagabir and Aster Yosef, both from the US, voiced satisfaction and patriotic zeal for taking part in the commemoration in general and the tour in particular. They further called for the organization of such tours on regular basis. Likewise, Abraham Rusom and Furtuna Yohanes, residents of Sudan, asserted that the development accomplishments being registered nationwide attest to the steadfastness of nationals, the sole secret behind the triumph of the operation against Nadew Command. Reports indicate that the commemoration would last until tomorrow

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Abrehet Ankere, Zeineb Beshir (Tigre), Temesghen Mikealu (Bilen), Humid Asile (Afar) and others sing to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Nadew Command’s demise Live from Afabet, Eritrea on March 17, 2013.

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