Voice of Assenna: Mr Kibrom Dafla Speaks Regarding the Underlying Cause of Eritrean Airlines Problems

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfuNPXLUogY&width=200&height=200

aseye.asena@gmail.com

Review overview
41 COMMENTS
  • Genet November 21, 2013

    Who is responsible for this “Tsilul”, or certifiable crazy man, to be in charge of our country and people? When he is doing the same thing over and over to destroy our country, we couldn’t find one Eritrean with a gut, to blow his head off. How is any human being able to have meeting with a crazy man. They should have gone where he was and put him in his place. I am sick and tired of listening, interviews after interviews about how this man is so crazy. Crazy people are known, to do things that make sense to them only. But what are we? Who continue to take orders from him for 22 years. He is not the one who is crazy, We, the Eritrean people are. We are like lethargic sheep. All the past interviews have been “I don’t know what was going on; It was very confusing; Everybody was confused; People didn’t understand what this man was doing” Not one Eritrean said, We have to take care of this crazy bastard. We watched our country dying a slow painful death. It is just a nightmare.
    Genet

    • Ghirnay November 21, 2013

      Ghenet,

      I agree with you with the exception of one thing. Please put yourself in the pool too. I agree with you that this man has to be taken care-off. But that should include you and I.

      • Genet November 22, 2013

        Ghirmay, I didn’t take my self out of the responsibility of taking this crazy man out of power. I have being doing my part. For example, for the past 13 years, I gave no money to PFDJ. I stopped attending their sham celebration of our independent day and our martyrs day. I have been educating young Eritreans to ask question about what is going on in Eritrea and the Eritrean people under PFDJ system. When I said who is responsible. I am asking about the people close to the dictator. All the generals with a gun

      • Genet November 22, 2013

        Ghirmay, I didn’t take my self out of the responsibility of taking this crazy man out of power. I have being doing my part. For example, for the past 13 years, I gave no money to PFDJ. I stopped attending their sham celebration of our independent day and our martyrs day. I have been educating young Eritreans to ask question about what is going on in Eritrea and the Eritrean people under PFDJ system. Whe I said who is responsible. I am asking about the people close to the dictator, all thegeneralswithguns.

      • Genet November 22, 2013

        Ghirmay, I didn’t take my self out of the responsibility of taking this crazy man out of power. I have being doing my part. For example, for the past 13 years, I gave no money to PFDJ. I stopped attending their sham celebration of our independent day and our martyrs day. I have been educating young Eritreans to ask question about what is going on in Eritrea and the Eritrean people under PFDJ system. When I said who is responsible. I am asking about the people close to the
        dictator, all the generalswithguns. Thank you so much for your feedback. You’re right we all have to take responsibility. But the people with access to him and quick fix equipment are more Lilly to solve this mess. There is noting worse than our current situation. People are afraid it is going to be worse. What can that be?

  • Truly truly i say to you November 22, 2013

    Ok! The former Himbol directer and Airlines manager Ato Kibrom Dafla, Tegadalay Tesfay Temenewo, the young journalist Amanael Mahdera, Dr. Asefaw Tekeste, B.General Tekeste and might others few that i did not mention them, even the musician Wedi- Tikabo since they departed by siding with justice seeker side , based through the profession they experienced, they sharing us what they know;they able to expose about what kind of destruction Isayas is causing by interfering in all areas. But what about others Specially Mesfin Hagos, in the whole life who accompanied Isayas and seen when a lot of crime committed? Does he fulfill his citizenship obligation? couldn´t he more tell us abous Isayas caused crime More than Ato Kibrom, Wodi, Temeno and A. Mahdere? Is it enough to say only i am Isayas´s opponent? I am wondering why is all the so called former Tegadelti, since they have knowhow about military and weapon, and knew many comrades inside country; how is for them difficult the way to find one evil person to execute if they mean we are man enough and were be heroes?

  • Truly truly i say to you November 22, 2013

    Back to the point, everybody knows Eritrea when was part of Ethiopia, Ethiopian electricity authority, construction, many businesses, specially the Ethiopian Airlines was dominated by skilled Eritreans, specially i remember during Derg Time, when Ethiopia bought two modern plains from US, if i not wrong was Boeing 767 , Capitan Assress Araya was the first highly experienced leading pilot. So with such skillful pilots, managers board members who even were proud for Ethiopia; to see when Isayas embarrassing them by Pakistani ticket salesmen and parallelizing the nation it is very saddened. I wish to know why Capitan Assress left the Airlines from his word, and what he can say about the current situation?

  • Redae November 22, 2013

    All Eritreans whom are saying,Isayas is a cheater, they are cheaters too.the reason is,since1970 until now you were accepting his plan to distort Eritrean struggle.this is the life you brought to Eritrean peeple.

  • rezen November 22, 2013

    Dear Mr. Kibrom Dafla,

    You have done a good summary of the sordid story of the Eritrean government. B But it must have HURT to realize the “innocence and foolishness” of countless believers who poured their hearts ou, believing in a “DREAM”.
    In any case, I believe, you could do much much much better and coherent expose’
    Thank You.

  • oromay November 23, 2013

    Mr. Kibrom, I really appreciate you for your precise and factual interview about the economic sabotage, theft and damage inflicted by the irresponsible ringleader. I laugh, but not real laughter, when you concluded your interview with condolences to the Eritrean Airlines…RIP…

POST A COMMENT