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In Wolayita Sodo town, there are frequent reports of theft of electricity infrastructure.

In the town of Wolayita Sodo in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region (SNNPR), there are reports of frequent theft of power transmission towers.

The Ethiopian Electric Service’s theft of electricity infrastructure is on the rise, he said.

Two towers collapsed in the city and about 20 towers were torn apart, the ministry said.

Melaku Taye, Corporate Communication Director of the Ethiopian Electric Service, told Ethio FM that the power supply has been cut off in Homo Lare Kebele, Sodo town, Wolayita Zone, on June 26, 2013.

The robbery took place at a power transmission line from Wolayita Substation to three southern zones.

According to Melaku Taye, it will cost 1.5 million Ethiopian birr, excluding transportation and other expenses, to repair the transmission line.

The government is said to spend more than 1 billion birr annually on office rent.

Teferi Demeke, budget advisor to the Ministry of Finance, said; Out of the country’s total annual budget, 1.2 billion birr will be spent on office rent.

The government has been reducing annual rents in recent years, but there is still a large budget for rent.

This is said to be due to the fact that government offices are not properly organized and the construction of buildings for government offices is delayed.

Therefore, it is necessary to save the 1.2 billion birr rent by speeding up the construction of government offices that have started supporting the construction sector, he said.

In the last few years, 10 federal institutions have been built and relocated to their own offices, and more are being built.

The Council of Ministers has decided to increase the federal government’s draft budget for the fiscal year 2014 to 561.7 billion birr.

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