“General Gabre” the most corrupt fascist TPLF Ethiopia’s officer in Somalia February 13, 2017Posted by OromianEconomist in Uncategorized.
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“General Gabre” the most corrupt Ethiopian officer in Somalia
Ethiopian military and political backing for sale by a corrupt officer called “Gabre” (Part 1)
(Suna Times )- The most Ethiopian corrupt military officer who is called Haile Gabre known by Somalis as General Gabre becoming extremely wealthy from the huge sums of money that he is getting from opportunistic Somali politicians who want to buy the sympathy of Addis Ababa, one of his juniors told Waagacusub anonymously.
“Atto Gabre was corrupted by Somali politicians and he also then corrupted Ethiopian senior officials so they will condone his wrong doing,” the officer who could not give his name afraid of reprisals said
“There was several vehicles that were taken from somali individuals by intimidation or corruption which were later donated by Gabre to most senior military officials and their family members,” he said.
Gabre had a business interest in United Arab Emirates in which he is represented by one of cousins
The bussiness is to give a better exchange rate of foreign currency for Ethiopians who want to import goods to landlocked hugely populated Ethiopia.
“Recently large construction equipment owned by Gabre were sent to Ethiopia on a duty free from Dubai through port of Djibouti,” an Ethiopian business man based in Djibouti said.
“All the materials belonged to Gabre but his name can’t be seen on the manifest,” he said.
Gabre most incoming generation is from Somali politicians who want to use his country’s support in order to come to power.
He also gets money from the funds donated by the west for the regional East African body known as IGAD, he is suppose to be a facilitator for Somali so called peace process.
The Ethiopian traitor started his murky business in very early 90 in Bay and Bakol region by selling small arms to rival warring factions in southern Somalia but he became principal corruption boss after 2002 when the major Somalia talks in Kenya started.
There is a famous Mogadishu saying “if you want the power in Somalia first corrupt Gabre and enjoy military and political backing of Ethiopia.”
Gabre is from the Tigre tribe which is ruling the country since 1992.
Most of his dark business is well known by many Ethiopians but no one dare to say a word of that as most of national secret service agents are from his compatriots of Tigre Libration Front.
The continuation of violence in Somalia us a surviving kit for Gabre and few other African corrupt officials, but he is the most ruthless money monger in that sector.
To be Continue Part 2
Reporters in Dubai, Djibouti and Mogadishu
Compiled by Dahir Alasow
“Gabre is always working against the peace in Somalia because violence is the best chance for him to sell weapons,” he said.
The officer who falsely calls himself as General Gabre is a spy committed to serve only the interest of few Tigre ruling tribe of Ethiopian.
He is highly paid for his services by Somali politicians who want to come to power through corruption, violence and intimidation.
But he attracted extreme antipathy of those who care about Somalia.
“Everybody in Somalia knows Gabre is a weapons dealer, corrupt and saboteur,” Ahmed Tubako, a shop owner in Mogadishu said.
“He is part of the so called international community but Gabre is a cancer in the national interest of Somalia.” said Tabako.
Maryan Awale, elementary school teacher, warned that if the new president did not expel Gabre from our country then no progress will be made to rebuild Somalia.
“You can’t avoid sickness if you have bacteria in your food or or environment at home,” says Maryan who is 36 years old mother.
“Gabre is a combination of bacteria and virus that harm the nerve of our politics ,” she said by adding ” he is the most hated person in Somalia.”
Somali president was elected by overwhelming vote on Wednesday in Mogadishu to replace president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud who was rejected for corruption and misrule.