The Ethiopian army announced a cash prize for information on the “Tajray Liberation Front” leaders who disappeared after taking control of “Mali,” the provincial capital.
The Director of the Ethiopian Army Information Department, General Asrat Dinero, said in press statements that they had allocated a financial reward of 10 million Ethiopian Birr (about 260 thousand dollars) for anyone who provides information on the whereabouts of the leaders of the Tigray Liberation Front.
According to the Ethiopian general, the award will be awarded to anyone who determines where the Tajray Liberation Front leaders fled after the battles with the army from the city of Manila, the capital of the Tigray region.
And last week, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed confirmed the completion of the law enforcement mission in Tijari in his first visit to the provincial capital since the start of military operations more than a month ago.
Abiy Ahmed, who appeared again in his military uniform, said that all must learn the victory against the “Tigray Liberation” front to ensure Ethiopia’s continued unity, noting that the government will work hard to rehabilitate the region.
On the 13th of last November, the Ethiopian Prime Minister announced the appointment of an executive president for the Tejari region in the north of the country, after a military operation aimed at restoring legitimacy and enforcing the rule of law on the Tigray Liberation Front, which had dominated the region for about 27 years.
The central government accuses the Tigray Liberation Front of being responsible for sectarian strife and violence in the country over the past few years and the assassination attempt on Abiy Ahmed.
The Ethiopian government has pledged to pursue and bring the leaders of the rebel front to trial.