Danayit Mekbib received amazing gift from her boyfriend. It was decided to suspend land and land related services indefinitely.
Addis Ababa: August 20, 2014 (FBC) The Addis Ababa City Administration Cabinet has decided to suspend land and land related services indefinitely.
The Addis Ababa City Administration Cabinet, in a circular issued to the Land Administration Institutions, Infrastructure Coordination and Construction Licensing Authority, and all 11 sub-cities on Friday, August 19, 2013, has decided not to provide them indefinitely.
The cabinet announced the ban by focusing on current national issues, noting that some greedy individuals are taking advantage of the current situation to focus on land and land-related services.
As a result, all land and land-related services have been suspended indefinitely, according to the Press Office of the City Administration, which has decided not to provide land services to all six land-related institutions, all 11 sub-cities and the Infrastructure Coordination and Construction Authority.
Addis Ababa: August 20, 2014 (WIC) – The Parking Center, part of the Meskel Square project, has started providing 24-hour service, according to the Exhibition Center and Market Development Enterprise.
Construction of the Meskel Square project, which cost more than 2.5 billion birr by the Addis Ababa administration, was completed last June.
The project did not change the original content of the project, and two constructions were completed: a parking lot and a courtyard and streets.
According to Tilahun Tadesse, CEO of the company, the parking lot, which can accommodate 1,400 vehicles, has started operating 24 hours a day.
He also said that the parking lot can be used by all sections of the community.
He also said that the business community can use digital advertising in addition to parking.
Tilahun said efforts to facilitate trade and investment will be strengthened by organizing religious and public festivals, music festivals, other social events and performances.
He said a study is being carried out at the government level to modernize, develop and provide world-class services to the exhibition center.
According to ENA, the center is expected to earn up to 170 million birr in the 2014 Ethiopian budget year.