Henok Dinku and Melat were is a relationship for the last couple of years. Henok was a center of controversy throughout these time.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, donated donations to the needy in various forums.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, returned to Giorgis Church and Bani Mosque in Piazza, where she received donations of various items. They are for the needy, the debtors, and the weak.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, while presenting the gift, said that when we inaugurate various forums and projects, we represent the people and encourage us in the form of a prize. “I thank you for all that you have given me,” he said.
I am the first to reward those who have done so much for the country and those who have taken to the streets and churches; Debtors, landowners; He said on his behalf that he had helped save them from the cold and rain of winter.
Adanech Abebe called on all of us to continue to work together to change the lives of these indebted people and take them off the streets before winter sets in.
More than 1 million prosperous members and supporters of the election campaign held a rally in Meskel Square under the motto “We prefer prosperity; Ethiopia will prosper”.
Adanech Abebe, a member of the Prosperity Party’s Executive Committee and Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa, delivered a message to the party’s members and supporters at Meskel Square over the past two months.
Addis Ababa has not lost its wealth, says Adanech Abebe, who says we will not divide anyone in our city. He said Addis Ababa is for love, not for conflict.
Prosperity is a party that has solved the long-term questions of our people; “Our witness is the development work we have done in a short period of time,” said Adanech Abebe.
“A country is more competitive than any other party. Competing party members and affluent party candidates and members.
“Ethiopia is looking for honest children to save its wealth from thieves and looters. We are now at a critical juncture,” she said. He called on pro-prosperity activists and other rival parties to contribute to Ethiopia’s victory in making the election peaceful and democratic.
Voters will be holding Ethiopia on Monday with their cards in one hand and our native seedlings in the other. He also called on the society to participate in the green footprint.
A total of 138 candidates for the House of Peoples’ Representatives and the Addis Ababa City Council, as well as more than one million members of the Prosperity Party, were present at Meskel Square and throughout the city.