Transitional government.: Ethiopia National Intelligence Security Service (NISS) says it has foiled a network consisting of people in the Amhara region, Addis Ababa, and extremist diaspora

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Ethiopia National Intelligence Security Service (NISS) says it has foiled a network consisting of people in the Amhara region, Addis Ababa, and extremist diaspora in Germany who were preparing to declare a transitional government.
Reportedly, this network is said to have drafted a new constitution and made about a thousand copies to distribute in Addis Ababa. The report further says that some military officers and government officials are also included in this group.
The government says this extremist network wanted to disrupt the upcoming election in June.
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President Mustafa presents a minibus to Guled Ibrahim.
Guled Ibrahim (Guled Yare) was the bajaj boy who had returned 300,000 Birr to the owner who had previously forgotten money in his bajaj.
 
On March 1, 2021, President Mustafa Omar promised Guled Ibrahim that his administration would support the life of Guled Yare, a trustworthy bajaj driver who recovered huge money that was forgotten inside his bajaj and returned to the owner. Following his previous commitment, the President handed over a Mina-bus to Guled Ibrahim this afternoon. This will be an incentive for young people working in the bajaj sector who are now trying to emulate Guled Yare. Guled Yare is the first Somali-born boy to return the forgotten Bajaj money worth 300,000 birr to its owner and today he was rewarded with a mini bus because of his integrity and trustworthiness.
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Jigjiga: Oxygen factory launched in Jigjiga
For the first time today, Oxygen Factory, which produces 200 barrels of Oxygen a day, was inaugurated in Jigjiga, the capital city of the Somali region. Besides, an advance regional laboratory for testing for COVID-19 Infection was also launched in Jigjiga
The inauguration ceremony was attended by local President Mustafa, his deputy Ibrahim Osman, Minister of Health Dr. Yusuf Mohamed, and other officials.
The plant, the first of its kind in the Somali region, and its expected to cover the severe shortges of Oxygen in the entire region. This comes at a time of great demand for oxygen coupled with Covid 19 distress in the region.
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