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Homecoming for the resistance pioneer and head of Tigray Democratic Coalition Party (TAND), Aregawi Berhe was not tied in with investing some unwinding energy with his family. His arrival to Ethiopia after over thirty years nonattendance in a state of banishment multi month back was tied in with revamping his political picture and endeavoring to stay important in the quick changing Ethiopian political scene.
Some portion of that mission has conveyed him to exhausting timetable of visits to almost all towns in Tigray area, including his tribal town, Adwa and other emblematic places, for example, Sobia woreda, one of the first bases of the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in the previous three weeks. "Life has very little enhanced for provincial laborers. The much-vaunted advancement and change has added up to practically nothing. We have perceived how individuals are scarcely surviving and many holding up in line to get USAID gifts," he reflects. "Perhaps, one huge change we have watched was the way bigger towns were associated by black-top streets," he included.