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ካህናት ስለ እርቀ ሰላሙ ጉባኤ ያስተላለፉት መልዕክት

Ethiopian media outlets, activists and rights groups have reported that the government has released two high-profile persons detained under state of emergency rules. The two, lecturer / blogger, Seyoum Teshome and Taye Dendea, Oromia regional state official, were arrested for criticizing the work of the Command Post administering the February 16 state of emergency. Seyoum who publishes the theEthiothinktank blog, was first to be arrested on March 8 when security forces picked him up at his home near the Woliso campus of Ambo University, where he lectures, witnesses told the VOA and DW news outlets. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Then on March 15, the Addis Standard portal confirmed the arrest of Taye Dendea, a lawyer and head of the Oromia regional state’s justice bureau. He was arrested for disputing the army’s account of a ‘mistaken’ raid that killed nine people in the town of Moyale. Both were held at the Maekelawi prisons in Addis Ababa until the new Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed’s order to close the facility notorious for torture according to rights groups. They were subsequently transferred to the Addis Ababa police station. Breaking – #TayeDendea, #Oromia region justice bureau PR head and #SeyoumTeshome, Univ. lecturer & blogger, who were held under the #StateofEmergency
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