Ethiopia: New details on Sene 16 bomb blast in Addis Ababa

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New details on Sene 16 bomb blast in Addis Ababa

 

A three-member delegation of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF), led by Adani Abdulkadr Hermoge, Spokesperson of the Front, arrived in Addis Ababa yesterday.

Upon arrival at the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, the delegation was welcomed by Kassahun Gofe, State Minister of Government Communications Affairs Office (GCAO). 

ONLF decided to return home following the invitation extended by Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed and with the intention to stabilize the Ethiopian Somali regional state, said the Spokesperson.

Adani added that “the Front declared a unilateral ceasefire as of today (Sunday) to silence the guns in the region and to stabilize the regional state.”

The government of Ethiopia had carried out several works for the respect of human rights, the Spokesperson said, adding “by taking this into account, ONLF has decided to engage in a peaceful struggle.” 

Kassahun for his part said a number of political parties had returned home following the invitation extended by the government.

He further said the government would provide the necessary support to these political parties so that they will get prepared for the upcoming election. 

The Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) declared a unilateral ceasefire yesterday.

In statement, the Front said that it will cease all military and security operations to find an available and lasting solution to the Ogaden conflict.

ONLF declared ceasefire by taking into account the positive steps taken by the Ethiopian government to lay the groundwork for talks and peaceful negotiations, the statement added.

 

Ethiopia has disclosed that it will back the candidature of Kenya’s foreign affairs chief in the race to elect the new chairperson of the African Union (AU). Kenya’s topmost diplomat Ambassador Dr. Amina C. Mohamed is one of five candidates hoping to be elected to replace outgoing chair, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Dlamini-Zuma accepted to stay on as chair after the heads of state failed to choose her successor during a summit in Kigali, Rwanda. She launched her campaign for the post in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa on Tuesday. On Wednesday she met with the Ethiopian Premier, Hailemariam Desalegn, to hand him a message from Kenyan President. She also thanked the premier for supporting her candidature for upcoming elections. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Called on my Ethiopian colleague Dr Workneh Gebeyehu today in Addis Ababa; discussed bilateral and regional issues. Present, PS Minica Juma. pic.twitter.com/nCXV12QSzQ— AMB:Amina Mohamed (@AMB_A_Mohammed) November 30, 2016 What is in the package of the Kenyan candidate? She told reporters that in her race to AUC Chairperson she is paying due attention to unleash Africa’s potentials for industrialization, to eradicate poverty, and to create job for Africa’s youth which are" />
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New details on Sene 16 bomb blast in Addis Ababa

 

A three-member delegation of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF), led by Adani Abdulkadr Hermoge, Spokesperson of the Front, arrived in Addis Ababa yesterday.

Upon arrival at the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, the delegation was welcomed by Kassahun Gofe, State Minister of Government Communications Affairs Office (GCAO). 

ONLF decided to return home following the invitation extended by Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed and with the intention to stabilize the Ethiopian Somali regional state, said the Spokesperson.

Adani added that “the Front declared a unilateral ceasefire as of today (Sunday) to silence the guns in the region and to stabilize the regional state.”

The government of Ethiopia had carried out several works for the respect of human rights, the Spokesperson said, adding “by taking this into account, ONLF has decided to engage in a peaceful struggle.” 

Kassahun for his part said a number of political parties had returned home following the invitation extended by the government.

He further said the government would provide the necessary support to these political parties so that they will get prepared for the upcoming election. 

The Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) declared a unilateral ceasefire yesterday.

In statement, the Front said that it will cease all military and security operations to find an available and lasting solution to the Ogaden conflict.

ONLF declared ceasefire by taking into account the positive steps taken by the Ethiopian government to lay the groundwork for talks and peaceful negotiations, the statement added.

 

Ethiopia has disclosed that it will back the candidature of Kenya’s foreign affairs chief in the race to elect the new chairperson of the African Union (AU). Kenya’s topmost diplomat Ambassador Dr. Amina C. Mohamed is one of five candidates hoping to be elected to replace outgoing chair, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Dlamini-Zuma accepted to stay on as chair after the heads of state failed to choose her successor during a summit in Kigali, Rwanda. She launched her campaign for the post in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa on Tuesday. On Wednesday she met with the Ethiopian Premier, Hailemariam Desalegn, to hand him a message from Kenyan President. She also thanked the premier for supporting her candidature for upcoming elections. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Called on my Ethiopian colleague Dr Workneh Gebeyehu today in Addis Ababa; discussed bilateral and regional issues. Present, PS Minica Juma. pic.twitter.com/nCXV12QSzQ— AMB:Amina Mohamed (@AMB_A_Mohammed) November 30, 2016 What is in the package of the Kenyan candidate? She told reporters that in her race to AUC Chairperson she is paying due attention to unleash Africa’s potentials for industrialization, to eradicate poverty, and to create job for Africa’s youth which are
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