Amhara, Ethiopia, rallying young people to fight Tigrinya’s army as the war expands
Addis Ababa / Nairobi (Reuters)-The Amharic region of Ethiopia called on “all young people” to arm troops from neighboring areas of Tigray claiming to have taken over the town of Amharic for the first time since the conflict on Sunday. I started. “I call on all young people, militias and non-military personnel in the region, armed with government weapons and personal weapons, to participate in anti-TPLF (Tigray People’s Liberation Front) war missions from tomorrow.” President Agegnehu Teshager Amhara Local Government’s remarks were reportedly made by the local state media. The call for mass mobilization said it occupied the town of Adi Alkai in Amharic as a spokesperson for the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, the party that controls Tigray.