Day of anger hit Ethiopian cities, seeking the return of the abducted students


The demonstrators demanded the authorities provide clear details regarding the whereabouts of their pupils and take care of the supremacy of law enforcement by accepting legal steps against the kidnappers.

At an conspicuous display of anger, hundred thousands of people took the streets of Bahir Dar, Debermarkos, Woldia, Debre Birhan Durbete, Shewa Robit, Dangla, along with other cities in Amhara nation of Ethiopia, demanding the immediate release of cultural Amhara university students who had been taken hostages from gunmen from the Oromia region of western Ethiopia.
The demonstrators called for prosecution against offenders who might be involved from the cover-up and/or neglect in Oromia regional state, Oromia authorities, the Ministry of Science and Higher Learning Institutions, the Amhara regional state, the division of the Prime Minister, the national authorities, and Ministry of Defense forces.
“Our Women” chanted the demonstrators that were united by high school students in many cities and cities of the Amhara regional state.
In line with this settlement, 34,000 cultural Amhara university students have been made to stop university courses and 24 pupils were murdered brutally in various campuses in Oromia region on account of the collapse of the Oromia regional government, national authorities and Oromia authorities to discharge their own responsibilities.
Placing their hands crossed, caregivers at Debre Birhan Referral Hospital also joined the presentations, also required the authorities for rapid actions.
Both of these classes, along with other fans, are also thought to be behind a number of the continuing instability of the Southern Ethiopia area and the several requirements for autonomy.
The demonstrators condemned the actions of their kidnappers as”immoral” that contradict the values of the Ethiopian men and women. They also denounced the government.
Early this month, Nigussu Tilahun, PM Office Press Secretariat Head, informed state-run EBC that 21 of those captives were published. The advice of Even the PM office proved to be untrue through time as among those hostages appeared and combined their households.
At a ten-point settlement, the demonstrators demanded the immediate launch of the pupils and called about the regional leadership celebration of the Amhara Democratic Party (ADP) to release its own duties of rescuing the pupils and shielding the well-being of the Amhara people.
The OLF team came to Ethiopia from Eritrea pledging to pursue the armed struggle. The group split together with the group headed by Dawd Ibsa. The connection between both classes is unknown.
The demonstrators expressed anger over the reluctance of the authorities to spare the students from the kidnappers that are thought to be members of the rebel faction set of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF), also known as OLF Shene. OLF Shene is thought to have been engaged before in cross-border raids, bank robberies, killings, and abductions. It’s unknown why the government has up to now tolerated a group conducting rebellion.


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