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Voice of Assenna:Intv with former Eritrean Police Negasi Sereke (Dembe Police) Part 5, Mon, Feb 2, 2016

Review overview
  • Genet-orginal February 2, 2016

    Assenna and Aman thank you very much for bringing this important information.

    Dear Negasi, I wish, if all Eritrean are like you. You are one in a million. You are a man of man. You had a choice to hide, to bury your head in a sand or to do the right thing. You chose to to do the right thing. Congratulation! You are keeping our forefather’s culture of integrity. Doing the right thing without fear has been the hardest thing to do for us. You did the right thing. You will go in history as one of the fearless Eritrean. Thank you! I hope your fearless action will inspire other Eritrean to conquer fear. My recommendation, please think about writing a book. Thank you brother! All justice seekers are on your side. God bless you.

  • Yemane Johar February 2, 2016

    Negasi, You are speaking up nothing but the whole truth and for that I commend you. You are an honest and brave man. Again thank you for telling the truth as is. I believe you and I trust you! Keep it up!

  • AHMED SALEH !!! February 3, 2016

    I am a little bewildered to think why Negash Sereke willingly involved
    with Ethiopian Embassy , HGDF supporters and opposition group at the same time like a double agent person . He put himself mixed up to
    complicate himself in dangerous situation alone without nobody behind
    him for protection . In fact he is lucky to stay safe .

  • Gebrai February 3, 2016

    what I observe during my visit in 2012, after 17 years abroad was, that how much the police have no power at all in the country. Actually the most embarrassing thing I observe was one morning a police Toyota pick up pull over near Cathedral and the driver jump out, was wearing a broken pants and sandals. (no uniform what so over)I was puzzled for a good few minutes and try not to look. That why I believe most of your story. and During my visit prisoners at the 4th station I ask one of the police officers, which part of the constitution did the followers of Jesus Christ as violated, his answer was “I have family to look after, and unlike you I have no were to go”.

  • Eritreawit February 3, 2016

    Negasi Sereqe.(dembepolice)

    You are the bravest man, thank you for informing us, forget about narrow minded people trying to discourage you. We need strong and out spoken people like you and Amanuel Eaysu , and you are right JOHN BLACK is the bravest, but i am afraid some spies from hgdf and anti Eritreans are not letting him work in the pal-talk, they are trying to demoralize him and such. Ajokha zehawey nefue, kulu zegeberkayo nihzbikha u.