Abune Mathias, focus, addresses general society during the festival of the night before the Ethiopian Orthodox occasion of Merkel, in Addis Ababa, on September 26.
"The world governments should accomplish something. It is critical to choose to stop this underhanded activity: the murdering and slaughter of blameless people. They should stop, and the world should battle to stop them," he said.
The Patriarch said in the message he was indistinct with respect to why Ethiopia needs to "announce massacre on individuals of Tigray."
The top of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church has censured his own country's rulers in a video recorded by the head of a US-based cause, saying "they need to obliterate individuals of Tigray" with activities of "the most elevated fierceness and pitilessness."
Abune Mathias, a local of the northern Tigray district who lived estranged abroad for a very long time for scrutinizing the country's then-socialist system, was shot by Dennis Hadley, overseer of Bridges of Hope International longer than a month prior.
Hadley revealed to CNN he took the video of Mathias in Addis Ababa, where the Patriarch is under what he portrayed as "informal house capture." The foundation chief said he and his better half were in the nation really focusing on evacuees and inside dislodged individuals at that point.
The video message addresses the Patriarch's first open remarks on what he calls "Tigray's destruction," since the contention there started.