ethiopiantimes

July 9, 2012

Dictator Meles Zenawi receives treatment for blood cancer

Filed under: Ethiopia,Meles Zenawi — ethiopiantimes @ 8:20 am
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Ethiopia’s khat-addicted dictator Meles Zenawi has been diagnosed with blood cancer and is receiving treatment at a Belgium hospital, according to Ethiopian Review Intelligence Unit sources. Berhane Gebrekiristos and Teodros Adhanom, both close confidants of Meles Zenawi and senior members of the ruling party Woyanne, are currently functioning as acting prime-ministers.

ESAT has reported that Meles Zenawi’s appearance in the parliament has been pushed by one week, adding credibility to the report about the dictator’s declining health.

When Meles appeared at the G-20 meeting in Mexico last month he looked terribly sick and seemed to have lost a lot of weight.

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3 Comments »

  1. This dictator is now paying the price for what he did for the poor Ethiopians.

    Comment by Jewisaw — July 14, 2012 @ 12:31 pm | Reply

    • what about the fate of the supposedly replacements (the 3 outsider including the economic adviser and Bereket) for his throne???. All are outsiders who work to destroy Ethiopia. They want the Ethiopia for accumulating wealth as soon as that is fulfilled , they have somewhere to flee. They are really sucking the poor Ethiopians blood. It is painful…painful ….Painful…………… that we fall on their hands. what a bad coincidence of collection of bandits and what a bad history for Ethiopians ever. I wonder how one of them dont have the indigenous Ethiopian nature. What a bad luck for my country.

      Comment by nnn — July 16, 2012 @ 7:16 pm | Reply

  2. khat-addicted ? almost all ethiopians are khat-addicted what is wrong with that? @ Jewisaw why are you talking on behalf of Ethiopians?
    it sounds you forgot to take your medication…. wait you will beg those days….

    Comment by Lemlem — August 2, 2012 @ 2:41 am | Reply


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