Ethiopian Athlet Muktar Idris

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His little girl knows him just in the image for over 25 years. She is at present hitched and has one child.

 

Two key opposition members were arrested by Ethiopian police, stoking fears of more protests in the country. The two are members of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC). They are accused of inciting ongoing protests over the government’s plans to set up a new economic zone near Addis Ababa, that will displace communities. According the OFC chairman Merara Gudina, police arrested the party’s deputy Bekele Gerba and the assistant secretary, Dejene Tafa on Thursday, 26 December. displayAdvert("mpu_3") They suspect that our party and some of our members are part of the protest movement, that we have been inciting the demonstrations. We do not know when Bekele and Dejene will be released or be charged for anything. “They suspect that our party and some of our members are part of the protest movement, that we have been inciting the demonstrations. We do not know when Bekele and Dejene will be released or be charged for anything.” Merara said. However, dissenting groups have accused the the ruling EPRDF coalition of marginalising ethnic Oromos who occupy the Oromia region. Oromia is Ethiopia’s largest region by size and population. Government officials were not available for comment, but Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn told" />
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Ethio-Eritrea war and the twenty years of the condition of war have recognized various calamities too different families. The fragment was one of them.

Following rapprochement between the two nations since a couple of months back, the regulation of the affiliation is in full power. Individuals to individuals connections are strengthened. In like manner, families are rejoining.

Getachew Muhye was an individual from the Ethiopian Defense power of the Air Force Division. He was in Eritrea amidst the war against the then Eritrean fomenters (Shabiya), eventually, People's Front for Democracy and Justice which is controlling Eritrea under the master of president Isayas Afeworki.

As a military official in Eritrea, he happened to wed a young lady from Eritrea, Frewoyni and happened to have his first youngster Selamawit Getachew in 1990.

Precisely when the circumstance changed in Eritrea following the fall of Colonel Mengistu Hailemariam's administering body in May 1991, Getachew, near to the remainder of the military division he was in, expected to live Eritrea and cross to Sudan.

A brief timeframe later, he had the decision to come back to Ethiopia yet was unfit to rejoin with his girl and life accomplice. "I comprehends how to converse with them through letter not long after my appearance in Ethiopia. By the by, after the edge war, there was no correspondence," he revealed to JTV Ethiopia syndicated program.

His little girl knows him just in the image for over 25 years. She is at present hitched and has one child.

 

Two key opposition members were arrested by Ethiopian police, stoking fears of more protests in the country. The two are members of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC). They are accused of inciting ongoing protests over the government’s plans to set up a new economic zone near Addis Ababa, that will displace communities. According the OFC chairman Merara Gudina, police arrested the party’s deputy Bekele Gerba and the assistant secretary, Dejene Tafa on Thursday, 26 December. displayAdvert("mpu_3") They suspect that our party and some of our members are part of the protest movement, that we have been inciting the demonstrations. We do not know when Bekele and Dejene will be released or be charged for anything. “They suspect that our party and some of our members are part of the protest movement, that we have been inciting the demonstrations. We do not know when Bekele and Dejene will be released or be charged for anything.” Merara said. However, dissenting groups have accused the the ruling EPRDF coalition of marginalising ethnic Oromos who occupy the Oromia region. Oromia is Ethiopia’s largest region by size and population. Government officials were not available for comment, but Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn told
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