For reversing the looming threat Ethiopia faces as a result of betrayal by armed groups, the government today awarded the country’s first rank of marshal to its chief of staff in the country. army, General Berhanu Jula. The ranks of dozens of senior army officers are also improved.
“Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali chaired the ENDF grade promotion ceremony. Ethiopia today introduced the title of Field Marshal General and bestowed the rank on General Berhanu Jula, in light of his extraordinary actions in the face of a national crisis, ”the Ethiopian Prime Minister’s office tweeted.
In addition to the army chief of staff, the country today also awarded military ranks to dozens of senior army officers.
President of Ethiopia Sahle-Work Zewde who addressed the assembly and awarded the officers of the army indicated that the victory of the victory of all the Ethiopian people who directly and indirectly supported the army Ethiopian.
Today, President Sahle-Work rewarded 4 full generals including General Abebaw Tadesse, who was the victim of a forced retirement during the TPLF era. 14 major generals are also promoted to the rank of lieutenant general. In addition, 24 brigadier generals have also become major generals, while 56 colonials are promoted to the rank of brigadier general, according to the noon report of state television station ETV.
The ranks are awarded in recognition of their achievements in the ongoing war with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which began the war by attacking the Ethiopian military base in the Tigray region on November 3, 2020.
Reports suggest that the TPLF attack on November 3, 2020, which is admitted by their own officers, was aimed at overtaking the Ethiopian army’s heavy artillery and advancing to capture Addis Ababa and overthrow the democratically elected government of Ethiopia headed by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
PM @AbiyAhmedAli presided over the ENDF grade promotion ceremony. Ethiopia today introduced the title of Marshal General and bestowed the rank on General Berhanu Jula, in light of his extraordinary actions in the face of a national crisis. pic.twitter.com/pwjTBG6DjP
– Prime Minister’s Office – Ethiopia (@PMEthiopia) January 8, 2022