WHO Director-General Dr. Tewodros Adhanom is disseminating unconfirmed information about Tigray
Although Dr. Tewodros Adhanom is serving as the Director-General of the World Health Organization on behalf of the people of the world, he appears to be working to cover up a terrorist group. It is too late for them to act as partisans, not as leaders of an international organization.
The TPLF, considered a terrorist group by the House of Peoples’ Representatives of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE), has been targeted by law enforcement for attacking the northern command of the Defense Forces, which has been guarding the people of Tigray for more than 20 years.
Following this, Dr. Tewodros, one of the group’s executive members, is leading an international organization, but is still struggling to cover up the group’s plight and support it. In the last one month alone, the individual has taken to social media to express his support for the terrorist group and to blame the Ethiopian government. They have tried to make not only the message but also the media, which is becoming more and more popular, by sharing false messages.
It is to be recalled that the government took control of Mekelle to compensate for the psychological trauma suffered by the TPLF terrorist group when it left Mekele, claiming that the farmers should forget and give the people of Tigray time to pay attention. Following the arrival of the TPLF terrorist group in Mekelle, supporters of the group in various parts of the world tried to confuse the public on their social media accounts by saying, “We have won.”
For example, Dr. Tewodros Adhanom, the current Director-General of the World Health Organization, is one of those confusing messages.
For example, Dr. Tewodros, who did not care about what was happening in Myanmar and South Africa recently, was seen spreading propaganda to accuse Ethiopia of bringing him to where he is today, not representing the international community. Ethiopian would like to inform World community that he is the activists of a terrorist group rather than leader of International Organization.