Addis Ababa,December 4/2020( ENA) Town of Mekelle is relaxed as life returns to normalcy after the Ethiopian Nationwide Protection Power (ENDF) took full management of town, residents stated.
Final week, the Authorities of Ethiopia has introduced that the nationwide protection drive took management of town of Mekelle with out harming civilians and heritage.
In accordance with the residents, the TPLF clique has been spreading sham propaganda that “the national defense force has come to destroy the city.”
The residents are nearly giddy with the unaccustomed diploma of normalcy that has been rising of their lives since TPLF junta was pressured out of its final main stronghold within the metropolis of Mekelle.
Small retailers are opening and individuals are attending church providers that encourage confidence for residents to out-rightly again to their typical companies, which extra symbolic of how normalcy has begun to unfold throughout town of Mekelle.
Residents have additionally witnessed members of the nationwide military sharing and supporting their ration packs to the needy residents of town.
“The people were panic as there was sham misinformation in the minds of the people. I have seen members of the defense force distributing biscuits to the needy people that I witnessed in the city. Thus, they are helping us in different ways and peace is being maintained. We would like to thank the defense force for this,” stated a younger Mekelle resident advised ENA.
Town was now returning to normalcy and residents have been returning to their regular actions, it was indicated.
“To be honest, when we heard the fighter jets coming, we were afraid but now we have peace and everything is normal,” one other resident stated.
The districts of town have been working with the safety forces to take care of peace of their localities, in keeping with the residents.
“As you can see the situation is now peaceful. The people returned to their regular activities. Peace has restored in the city and there is a good activity so far. Jobs are open, and as you can see, we are going to church. Without peace, we would not be able to see what we are seeing now. There is better peace now than we expected.”