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Protesters confront Ethiopian government spokesperson Getachew Reda in Germany | June 2016

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Protesters confront Ethiopian government spokesperson Getachew Reda in Germany | June 2016

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commenter - 1214 days ago
yehe sew eko.. ahya hodam ye woyane telalaki pa pet eko newe
commenter - 1220 days ago
his life is based on bribery, that is why he offered a cup of tea to bribe a real ETHIOPIANS. MOTHER FUCKER BITCHJ.
commenter - 1220 days ago
the insulting is less than he deserve it could have been better to punch his face so that he bleeds.
commenter - 1220 days ago
He has a confidenceInsulting is stupidity the facked migrants !
commenter - 1220 days ago
Those are cowards .....trying to abuse a single person...this is not personal......he doesn't even know how to explain himself.......good job Mr. Getachew Reda...I like you self confidece
commenter - 1221 days ago
Getachew is the best!!!
commenter - 1221 days ago
This fat sob was saying buna teta. Ha ha ha. No Agazi in Germany. Very funny. Woyane will be humiliated in every part of the world. We will soon destroy woyane.
commenter - 1221 days ago
This stupid diasporas are hopeless this is the only thing they can do kkkkkk it's a shame to see people behaving like that wow this gay don't have no right to represent, speak or talk about Ethiopia and Ethiopians he is a fucking street dog they enjoy it when they kicked out or thrown out by the securities like a garbage because that's what they are they belong in side a street rubbish bin.
commenter - 1221 days ago
Wherever they go there are Ethiopians who make them look helpless pray running away from the predator
commenter - 1221 days ago
Wealth can make you say anything better or worse. Regardless., it indicates that there is wealth. You know? My country., MY Ethiopia is wealthy or there is wealth because wealth is trigger. There is wealth. INVEST IN ETHIOPIA.



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