7 March 2014

Eritrea: The Passing Away of Maj. General Gebregziabher Shoulders Higher Reasonability of Honoring the Trust of Martyrs, Say Fellow Freedom Fighters

Asmara — Fellow freedom fighters of Maj. General Gebregziabher Andemariam said that his passing away shoulders higher reasonability as regards honoring the trust of martyrs on the part of nationals in general and youths in particular.

Maj. General Ramadan Osman Awliyai and Brig. General Mussa Rab'a, pointing out that a historical life-long accomplishment such as that of the late Maj. General Gebregziabher constitutes a gratifying legacy to future generations, asserted that he demonstrated an impressive spirit of versatility in the course of his work relationship with them.

In the same vein, Brig. General Negash Tesfatsion and Col. Tesfai Mekonen noted that the departed Maj. General proved an ideal manner of adherence to the values of the EPLF, and that he possessed an equivalent charisma as regards military bravery, dedication, fellow care and flexibility. He is among the models of the young generation, they added.

Col. Michael Woldai and Sara Berhe, a freedom fighter, stated on their part that Maj. General Gebregziabher's personality is attributed to heroic feat, and that they will forever value his spirit of nationalism, care and love. They also voiced readiness to emulate his exemplary role in State affairs.

The funeral ceremony of the late Maj. General Gebregziabher Andemariam (Wuchu) would be conducted tomorrow at Asmara Patriots Cemetery at 10 AM.

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