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Eritrea: President Isaias Leaves for Equatorial Guinea

There are 6 comments on the AllAfrica.com story from Sep 9, 2011, titled Eritrea: President Isaias Leaves for Equatorial Guinea. In it, AllAfrica.com reports that:

President Isaias Afwerki today left for Equatorial Guinea on a four-day visit at the invitation of President Teodoro Obiang Mbasog.

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sam

Alkmaar, Netherlands

#1 Sep 9, 2011
we as africa peopl tolk about proplem to make our dection to be strong with uit westers and usa it was go wehen to get chanes this way it is good .
Moses - Nairobi Kenya

Stoneham, MA

#2 Sep 9, 2011
I recently learned though Wiki leaks that the Ethiopian government security forces plant bombs them selves and then arrest some opposition group from Oromo and accuse them of planning to bomb civilian targets with the support of Eritrea.
THey have been telling us recently that OLF and Eritrea tried to bomb OAU meeting. Most African nations except some IGAD countries did not that fabcricated news but now the wiki leaks made it clear. The current OAU chairman would not invite President Isaias to Equatorial Guinea if he believed the charge agains Eritrea. Well, I guess everyone knows that The Ethiopian government is not trust worthy. It is time for our country Kenya to learn this fact about the current Ethiopian leaders and stand with the oppresed people of Ethiopia including the Oromos. I don't know much about president Isaias of Eritrea but from what I read and hear he is strong but very honest and corruption free man. He never bows to outside influence and dependence on foreign aid. Africa needs more leaders like Isaias.

Moses
Nairobi, Kenya
George Daniel

Stoneham, MA

#3 Sep 9, 2011
It is time for Ethiopia to learn that the African leaders and African people are smarter than what they think. Next time you tell us some group in Ethiopia tried to bomb OAU meeting or OAU office the best choice will be to move OAU office to another stable country; may be to Accra or Johannesberg. You do not own OAU so do not try to link your internal problem with OAU. Stop harrasing and torturing people in the Ogaden region.

George,
Kampala.
Harambe

Cambridge, MA

#4 Sep 9, 2011
It is good to hear that African leaders are working together to improve relations between their countries. I knew that Isaias Afeworki is such an honest and strong leader. He is the first president who said thanks but no thanks to any foreign aid. He is free from corruption.

Dan OMOREDION
Boston
daniel kibaki- nairobi

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

#5 Sep 10, 2011
it is well cleared that isaias afwerki of eritrea is the most popular leader. long live afwerki.isaias afwerki is not only the proud of eritrea but also for us.
true african

Seaford, Australia

#6 Sep 10, 2011
todays leaders of ethiopia pls stop what you are doing
in the horne of africa and africa in general, we know that you are
becoming more catholic than the Romans themselves and for what for few dollars if it is like this as one the brothers mentioned
we should move the OAU in to one of the mentioned countries.

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