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Lemma replaces Oromia security chief

Kemal Gelchu (Brig. Gen.), who was appointed as head of Oromia Security Administration Bureau a few months back, has been removed from his post for “unknown” reasons, The Reporter has learnt.

Court suspends transfer of title deed of 40/60 condos

The 8th Civil Bench of the Federal High Court at Lideta has suspended the transfer of the title deeds of more than 18,000 40/60 condo houses which were slated for handover to homeowners who were picked from hundreds of thousands of registered home seekers by a lottery drawing a month ago, The Reporter has learnt.

Lemma removes Oromia security chief

Kemal Gelchu (Brig. Gen.), who was appointed as the chief of Oromia Security Administration Bureau a few months back, has been removed from his post for “unknown” reasons, The Reporter has learnt.

Addis Ababa: Achilles’ heel of Ethiopian Federation

The Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, in its present form, is a rather young city carryinga 130 years of history, wrinkled not by age but the overbearing historical baggage it carries since its formation. Founded around the end of the 19th century (the year can vary from 1886 to 1888 depending on records), TaytuBetul, wife of Emperor Menelik II, is widely accredited for doing the initial sight selection and naming (renaming) of the place destined to be the seat of the Ethiopian government since then.

Jailed Ethiopian garners PM’s attention

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and musician Teddy Afro have joined thousands of people in calling for the immediate release of Nazrawit Abera, a 27 year old Ethiopian Engineer facing a possible death sentence over a disputed drug offence in China.

AU members endorses UN’s political process

In a meeting of the African Ministerial Conference held in Marrakech, Morocco, member states of the African Union endorsed a declaration on the issue of regional disputes over the Western Sahara, which is a pressing matter within the region.

CSA recalls census materials

The Central Statistics Agency (CSA), following the sudden postponement of the Fourth National Housing and Population Census, is forced to recall some of the materials already distributed to a number of regional states, The Reporter has learnt.

“Addis Ababa belongs to all of us”

Holding his second press conference since he came to power a year ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) gathered correspondents at the Office of the Prime Minister, which is located off Lorenzo Taezaz Street, for a lengthy two hours and 10 minutes briefing on current issues and his stay in Office for the past one year.

Mega opposition camp merger on the horizon

A mere weeks after 108 political parties signed a code of conduct and urged to form a coalition among them not become disfranchised; six parties have agreed to dissolve and create a new political party with a strong footing ahead of the upcoming national election.