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Individuals who mixed pepper with a foreign substance and were marketed were sentenced to prison.
The Ethiopian Food and Drug Administration (EFDA) has arrested and fined individuals arrested in connection with an unprofessional peas and ground pepper in the Hawassa city center, commonly known as the mill.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a series of door-to-door robberies
Gambella Regional Electric Service says two individuals have been arrested in connection with door-to-door looting in Gambella town.
The incident took place in the New Land area of Gambella. The suspects were arrested following a tip-off from the public, Gurage Regional State Electricity Communication Manager, Degerege Mengist, told Bisrat Radio.
According to Degerege, community members should not be allowed to enter their homes without first verifying that they have the company’s uniform and an identification badge.
He also told Bisrat Radio that the public should cooperate with the security forces by reporting any acts of vandalism and other crimes to the security infrastructure.
Abera Deneke, the Authority’s Director General of Public Relations, told Bisrat Radio that the court ruled in favor of the three individuals on the basis of personal and documentary evidence presented at the hearing on December 10, 2014.
According to the verdict, the two defendants were sentenced to five years in prison and fined one hundred and sixty-six thousand birr, and one defendant was sentenced to five years and six months in prison and one hundred and sixty-six thousand birr in fines.
Experts at the time were called to testify, and the Ethiopian Food and Drug Administration’s food laboratory was inspected and the results were explained to the branch office.
Zemen Bass Transport announced that it was transporting more than a hundred displaced people a day to their villages.
Zemen Bus Transport has announced that it has been providing free transportation to more than 100 displaced people in Addis Ababa and other centers since its inception on December 10, 2021.