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As of today, the new residence permit service in Addis Ababa has stopped.
“As of today, the city administration has stopped providing resident ID services in any woreda for the sake of public safety,” he said.
It is to be recalled that a state of emergency has been implemented throughout the country since October 23, 2014 to prevent the threat to the existence and sovereignty of the country.
According to the Emergency Proclamation Directive, it is forbidden to move without the city’s resident ID, driver’s license, employee ID, passport or similar identification.
However, it is said that if there are residents who do not have IDs for various reasons, they will be vetted and verified by the relevant body and a temporary ID will be prepared for them.
Source: Addis Ababa Press Secretariat
The Ethiopian Food and Drug Administration (EFDA) said 16.7 tons of various food items were not allowed to enter the country due to non-compliance.
The Authority presented its 2014 first quarter performance report to journalists today.
Public and Communication Director with the Authority, Abera Deneke, tested 359 food items in three months.
He said 328 of them have been imported as they meet the country’s standards.
He said 16.7 tons of various food items were banned from entering the country due to non-compliance.
According to Abera, 4300 kilograms of kibe and 65 quintals of pepper were mixed with foreign substances in Addis Ababa during the first quarter of the budget year.