Editors Note: We have tried to verify the news from the Quoted Somali government site. The story doesn’t exist on the site, and we believe that it is a usual fabrication of the paranoid regime. What surprise us more is that the puppet Somali government didn’t react on such fictitious story posted by its name.
(Addis Ababa) 5 May ’09 – The non existing Somali Government has called on the Somali people to avoid any relationships with Ginbot 7, movement for justice and democracy, Bereket’s propaganda Center, WIC reported.
Quoting news claimed to be posted on the official website of the Government of Somalia, Walta said the office called on Somali citizens to avoid and disconnect any relationship with Ginbot 7, as it is classified as ‘terrorist’ organization by the genocidal regime of Meles Zenawi.
Below is how Walta reported the news:
|Somali government urges citizens to pass-up Ginbot 7|
|Monday, 04 May 2009|
Addis Ababa, May 4 (WIC) – The Somali Government Communications and Contracts Office has called on the Somali people to avoid any relationships with Ginbot 7, a terrorist group formed to perpetrate terrorist attacks in Ethiopia.
In a message posted on the official website of the Government of Somalia, the office called on Somali citizens to avoid and disconnect any relationship with Ginbot 7, as it is classified as terrorist organization by the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.
It is to be recalled that a terror network and plan designed by Ginbot 7, a group formed by Dr. Berhanu Nega to wage armed struggle against the constitutionally formed government, has been foiled by the joint efforts of the National Information Security Service (NISS) and the Federal Police.
Close to 40 members of the Ginbot 7, including former army members dismissed for disciplinary reason and members of the former Coalition for Unity and Democracy (CUD) have been detained for allegedly put hands in the terror plan. The plans of the desperado group include paving way for havoc and violence by assassinating government officials, the Ethiopian Government Communications Affairs Office announced the previous week.