This is an extract from the final “Decision” reached, and the “Declaration” made by “Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission”, regarding the “Traditional Ancestral Territory of the Kunama People”, after a detailed historico-political research and study, conducted by the “Commission” itself. The K-ABIT is publishing two very important parts of such document, so the PFDJ’s regime, the many [...]

Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar and Alamaio Gini Bakit are like two faces of the same coin:

Over the years, Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar, self-appointing as the leader of the “Democratic Movement for the Liberation of the Kunama” People, (DMLL”, which he renamed as the “Democratic Movement for the Liberation of the Eritrean Kunama”, (DMLEK), thus very deliberately and purposefully excluding all other Kunama ethnic-members, including himself, today holding Id-Cards or Citizenships [...]

Hamad Mohammed Nasser

Hamad Mohammed Nasser was one of the “greatest heroes and leaders” of the Eritrean revolution, an “ardent and untiring promoter” of the Eritrean ”unity in diversity”, and a constant force, in building “peace and harmony”, within the Eritrean nation and society, has passed away, leaving us bereft of a great “moral and psychological support-pillar”.  Though, prevented [...]

Mr Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar’s Intrusion, in the cultural affairs of the Kunama people:

By  The chairman of the “Democratic Movement for the Liberation of the Eritrean Kunama”, (DMLEK), Mr. Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar, in his latest writings, on his web-site, stated that he and his leadership-members had been holding series of meetings and seminars, together with the Kunama communities, known only by their acronyms of:  ERKUOKO, ERKUTAKO, ERKUDAKO, ERKUAGKO, but, as proven [...]

Following his recent encounter with EDA’s and ENCDC’s leaderships, Mr. Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar, issued two very contradictory statements:

Published on Monday, 19 February 2014 In the stalemate, on “Hamid Idris Awate”, which had led to the expulsion, from the “Eritrean Democratic Alliance”, (EDA), and suspension from the “Eritrean National Council for Democratic Change”, (ENCDC), of the DMLEK’s chairman, Mr. Kornelios Adolay Osman Aggar and of his organisation, two very contradictory statements were made [...]