Ethiopian Motor Sports Association holds first round car race.
Ethiopian Motor Sports Association holds first round car race in Addis Ababa.
The competition is divided into four categories with 12 contestants from 1000 cc, six from 1,300 cc and 10 from 1000 and 2000 cc.
Winners receive medals, trophies, and cash prizes.
Accordingly, Luca Mibalides won the trophy and the 5,000 birr prize for 1000 cc.
In the 1,300 CC, the first place was awarded 5,000 birr and the trophy, the second place was won by Goytom Alemayehu, 3,000 birr and trophy, and the third place was awarded to the Nile.
In the 1600s, Emilie Graph won first place with 5,000 birr and a trophy, followed by second place went to Robel Getachew with 3,000 and third place went to Banda Amare, 2,000 birr and a trophy.
According to information received from the Sports Commission, Dawit Teshome, Abebe Getachew and Binyam Zerihun were awarded 5,000, 3,000 and 2,000 birr each.
Ethiopia: Annual vehicle license renewal fee will be made through the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia
Commercial Bank of Ethiopia announces agreement with Road Fund Office to collect annual vehicle license renewal fee
The agreement was signed by Kidane Mengesha, Vice President of the Central Region of the Bank, and Rashid Mohammed, Director General of the Road Fund Office.
Meanwhile, Kidane Mengesha said the agreement will benefit more than 1.2 million vehicle owners in Ethiopia.
Customers will be able to access payment services through bank branches, POS machines, and online banking services without any hassle.
Kidane said the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia is providing 53 percent of its services through a digital system as part of its efforts to prevent cash transfers and benefit the society from modern payment systems.
Rashid Mohammed, for his part, said more than 3 billion birr will be collected annually.
He said the payment service through the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia will benefit customers and the office.
In particular, he said, it would eliminate fraud in the past by using fake documents that should have been deposited into the road fund and increase the office's collection capacity.
Ethiopian Postal Service CEO Hanna Arayaselassie on her part said the new payment system can be used by the bank's branches, post office connected to the post office and online banking. Described
The Bank has previously collaborated with Addis Ababa Water and Sewerage Service, Ethiopian Airlines, Ethiopian Electric Service, Ethio Telecom, Document Verification and Registration Office, Addis Ababa Traffic Management Agency and other public and private service providers. According to information from the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia.