In The Spotlight
Dictators dig their graves dipper as time passes by. The problem is that they become too proud to be told off or/and to be advised to. Hence, it is their way or no way. For the most part of their ruling period their voice is heard louder than the population they were supposed to be heard. Their personal interest (to them) seems to be more important than the interest of the public. As if their country is not blessed to have better than them, they worry as if the country would not survive after them. Evidently, the truth is quite the opposite. The sooner a dictator goes the better.
We-the Eritrean Unity for Democratic Change (EUDC) are shocked by the news and video clips circulating in mass media. Although we have been crying out loud about the inhumane treatment of African brothers and sisters in the hands of Bodoween in Libya, we hoped with the intervention of all peace loving and law abiding citizens of the international community would get better. To our dismay, the situation has become worse. In fact it escalated beyond belief to the extent that Africans are now being sold in an open slave auction.
We, the Eritrean Unity for Democratic Change (EUDC) are delighted to hear the long-awaited merger news of the two sisterly organisations- the Eritrean Global Solidarity- EGS and the Eritreans for Facilitating National Dialogue-EFND. Together the two organisations can create the intellectual powerhouse of the nation by swiftly amalgamating their organization with other civic society organizations to further broaden the spectrum of diversity to represent Eritreans from all walks of lives and cultures. This grand vision requires initiatives, acknowledgments, and the cooperation’s from all sides of the participants.