Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Friday that the “instigators” of the protests and unrest that broke out after the murder of a well-known Oromo singer in the country are “well identified” and have promised again that this will happen. Justice to the victims.
“We have identified well those who created the chaos and changed their networks,” he said in a statement before stressing that those responsible for the incidents that resulted in nearly 250 deaths will be brought to justice.
Abiy has expressed condolences to the families of those killed in the protests against the murder of Hachalu Hundessa, while demonstrating the government’s willingness to “rehabilitate” the victims, Fana reports.
On the other hand, he campaigned to “change the damaged political culture with a better one” and “to renew the political discourse and institutions”. “This is how we can achieve our prosperity,” said the Ethiopian Prime Minister.