If what you stated is true, I do agree with you that the relationship should not be like a slave-master between Ethiopian Opposition groups and the Eritrean government. As a matter fact, the Eritrean government, except assisting logistically, morally and militarily, should refrain from trying to control all Ethiopian opposition organizations.
Elias, Can you tell us more about Mola though. I did also met him in Expo but it was for a minutes.
Molla became TPDM's chairman after Col. Fitsum killed the well-liked and respected TPDM leader Fisseha. Molla, like Fisseha, is a former disgruntled member of TPLF. He left TPLF after Meles surrounded himself with Adwans and marginalized other Tigreans. He is under the watchful eye of Col. Fistum, cannot travel abroad, and TPDM fighters are not allowed to conduct any type of military operation against Woyanne. Col. Fistum killed Fisseha because he wouldn't become his puppet. After killing him, he reported to his superiors that some deranged Eritrean officer assassinated him. The alleged killer then disappeared without a trace. There was no trial. Col. Tadesse Muluneh, founder of EPPF, barely escaped from being assassinated. After Fitsum having his troops shot at Tadesse's car once, he detained him for 4 days before Tadesse's friends in Asmara intervened and saved him. This happened while Tadesse was still chairman of EPPF. We have yet to hear from the GoE why Fitsum arrested Col. Abebe Geresu, a founding and executive committee member of Tinsae Ethiopia.