Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
ከአዲስ አበባ የሕዝባዊ እምቢተኝነት አስተባባሪ ኮሚቴ የተሰጠ መግለጫ
* የኢሣት ዜና፡ ለምን የአዲስ አበባ ሕዝብ ሠልፍ?
* ጎንደር ኮራንብሽ!
* ሕወሃት 91 ያህል ትግራውያን ወጣቶችን በከሠል አክሣይነት በማኅበር አደራጅቶ የጎንደርን/ዋልድባ ደኖችን በማስመንጠር ለትግራይ እንዴት ከሠል እንደሚመረት፤
* ይህም ወንጀል ሕወሃት አካባቢን የማራቆት ጥቃት እንደፈመና እንዳስፈጸመ ያሳያል፤ ሕዝቡ ተታኩሶ 17ቱን አክሣዮች አሥሯል፤ የቀሩት ወደ ትግራይ አምልጠዋል፤
* ከ700 ኩንታል በላይ ከሠል በሕዝቡ ተማርኳል! አስተዳደሩ የታሠሩትን ለማስፈታት ዝግጅት ላይ እንደሆነ ይነገራል!
MASS PROTESTS FLICKERING IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.
Sunday Addis Abeba & Hawassa citizens’ protest rally
The US issues Ethiopia Travel Alert to its citizens. It seems it is in anticipation of long and protracted mass protests in Ethiopia that it issued this alert, which would remain in force for six months, until February 18, 2017.
* የአሜሪካ መንግሥት የስድስት ወራት ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ሰለሚደረግ ማናቸውም ጉዞ የተሠጠ የጥንቃቄ የጥንቃቄ መግለጫ
“The State Department alerts U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling in certain regions of Ethiopia due to anti-government protests, some of which have involved violence. Associated disruptions in telephone and internet services have hampered the U.S. Embassy’s ability to communicate with U.S. citizens in Ethiopia. This Travel Alert expires on February 18, 2017.
Since November 2015, anti-government protests, mainly in the regional states of Amhara and Oromia, have resulted in violent clashes between demonstrators and government security forces. Internet, cellular data, and phone service have been sporadically restricted or completely cut off prior to and during some of the protests, impeding the U.S. Embassy’s ability to communicate with U.S. citizens.
Protests are likely to continue, and could spread to other parts of the country, including the capital, Addis Ababa. U.S. citizens in Ethiopia should increase their level of situational awareness, continuously assess their surroundings, evaluate their personal level of safety, and avoid demonstrations and large gatherings.”