Tigray War a Threat to Peace in Horn of Africa

Ethiopia's second civil war, which started on November 4, reflects the new drift towards militarism and authoritarianism in the Horn, argues Peter Kagwanja from Daily Nation.
The government closed all legitimate avenues for a negotiated a solution when it accused Tigray's leaders of treason and issuing an arrest warrant against TPLF leader Debretsion Gebremichael - and prominent Tigrayans are being targeted, like WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus accused of lobbying in favour of the dissident region, Kagwanja writes.
In Somalia, he explains, the Tigray war is now complicating the fight against Al-Shabaab...

Insecurity in the Tigray region of Ethiopia is driving people into Hamdayet in Sudan.

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