More than 40 senior officials (often known as armies) who command the largest military industry ministry, METEC (Metals and Engineering Corporation), and security agents were arrested today in Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian reporter.
The reporter cited an anonymous source to add the METEC senior management and information management captured during the meeting at this company building, cited as Amoraw near the Imperial Hotel in Gerji. He said.
The reason for the arrest of civil servants is unknown, and the list of officers arrested has not been disclosed.
But Somalia's former president was arrested by police chief Adis Ababa, who was arrested.
This week, and a report by Wazema Radio, the government is investigating the corruption scandals very secretly as the government moves into corporate restructuring.
The arrest came a week after Abiy Ahmed made a public appearance in Gonder at a meeting with community members. His administration carried out meaningful reforms in the military in terms of leadership composition in the command structure that the Tigrisians ruled. Ethiopian satellite television (ESAT) quoted yesterday as "a source close to the prime minister" reporting more than 160 armies in the report.
METEC has invested in various sectors of the economy, but has been more active in construction and mechanical engineering. However, the company is often poorly completing projects and accusing them of corruption.
Brigadier General Kinfe Dagnaw (pictured above), who led the post until his resignation in April 2018 after the prime minister's reign in power, recently announced that the Ethiopians are corrupt and incompetent in the media supporting METEC.
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