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Action was taken against 15,460 vehicles in Addis Ababa that were not fully serviced.

The Addis Ababa Transport Bureau announced that it is monitoring and supporting two gangs on the 767 public transport lines in Addis Ababa.

Bisrat has learned that information has been taken to inform the relevant branch of the information on vehicles entering and leaving the area and that an independent monitoring and control body is being set up to identify and define the areas that have problems with good governance.

As a result, action was taken against 15,460 vehicles that were not fully serviced during the quarter.

They were charged with misconduct for not entering the terminal on time, complete loss of line, disconnection, various services, over tariffs, non-compliance with Tapela and other offenses.

Three people have been arrested for allegedly trying to seduce a minor

It is known that Ethiopian Electric Service is providing prepaid meter service to alleviate the fatigue and inconvenience of its customers. However, for some reason, some prepaid customers are tempted to shut down their counters for various reasons and are being misled by illegal individuals.

Addis Ababa City Electricity Service Public Relations Manager, Bekele Kifle, told Bisrat Radio in Addis Ababa that three individuals have been arrested in connection with the illegal activities in Gerji and Kasanchis.

As a result, customers will be able to get a license to turn on the meter on their own without the need for another technician, by visiting the service center where the preamplifier is turned off and charging, without the need for another technician.

In the event of such community-related perpetrators, they are called upon to report them to the relevant security forces or the service.

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