Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Author Name

Wudineh Zenebe

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The EPRDF that I knew

Gebru Asrat is a former president of Tigray Regional State (1991–2001) and one of the top leaders and executive and central committee member as well as politburo member of the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF), and the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front. 

SEC fines power utility over dam bond offering

Ethiopia’s state-owned electricity company, Ethiopia Electric Power (EEP), has agreed to pay USD 6.5 million to refund investors in the United States after failing to register bonds it marketed and sold to American residents of Ethiopian descent, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said.

Violence rocks Gambella

A series of violence and mass killings has left Gambella—one of the nine federal states in Ethiopia—in a state of severe insecurity and trauma especially after another round of violence that occurred near Jewi Refugee Camp on Thursday, left as much as 21 people dead and seven others heavily wounded.

Gibe IV secures finance

The long-awaited negotiation between the Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) and the Italian construction company, Salini Costruttori, has been finalized enabling the latter to commence with the building of Gibe IV hydropower plant, The Reporter has learnt. The two institutions are also expected to formally ink an agreement shortly.

Top ODPO officials relieved of duty

The Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) Central Committee last week has relieved two of its higher officials of their duties in connection with the ongoing large-scale protests that have swept throughout different parts of the Oromia Regional State since November.