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The Ethiopian National Defense Force captured the establishing individual from the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Sebahat Nega, alongside seven others, including two colonels, who had absconded from the public armed force. 

 

He was caught stowing away in a gorge where it was incredibly hard to reach, ENDF Deployment Department Head, Brigadier General Tesfaye Ayalew, told the Ethiopian News Agency. 

 

Sebahat is among many heads of the TPLF caught by the military since recently. Three days prior, the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) revealed it had caught previous authorities of the front stowing away inside a cavern, valleys, and in rancher's homes. 

 

This incorporates Solomon Kidane, previous delegate civic chairman of Addis Ababa, Tekelewoyni, Former CEO of Relief Society of Tigray and Abadi Zemu (Amb.), Kidusan Nega, Former Speaker of Tigray Region and one of his kin of Sebahat. 

 

Safety efforts were taken against the individuals who would not acquiescence. Up until now, Sekou Toure, a previous Senior Official of Tigray, who conceded TPLF powers assaulted the North order of the National Army, is among the individuals who have been executed in the wake of declining to give up. 

 

Other people who prepared TPLF's civilian army and later planned security insurance for their chiefs have likewise been caught, as per Tesfaye. 

 

Close to 30 days and a half prior, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) declared the finish of military tasks in Tigray district, after the public armed force controlled Mekelle. However battling has proceeded in numerous pieces of the area as the military endeavors to catch senior authorities of the TPLF. 

 

By mid-a month ago, the ENDF offered a 10 million birr (USD 260,000) award for the whereabouts of the criminal heads of TPLF, including Debretsion Gebremicahel, previous President of Tigray. 

 

Albeit none of the battling powers have revealed causalities because of the battling between the two powers, it is accepted that thousands have lost their lives because of the war. 

 

A week ago, the Tigray Emergency Coordination Center (ECC), in a gathering held to talk about philanthropic requirements dependent on appraisal discoveries, uncovered that an overabundance crisis food help, including 2.2 million IDPs.

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