Musician Elias Melka memorial event at the National Theater in Addis Ababa

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Some 10,000 prisoners have been granted amnesty in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. The pardoned inmates are those who have served a third or more than half of their sentences, the state affiliated FANA broadcasting corporate (FBC) reports. The amnesty was granted by Lemma Megeressa, chief of the state as per article 57(3) of the Oromia State constitution. Persons released were also seen as having demonstrated good behaviour whiles in detention, official sources disclosed. According to political watchers, the category of people who received the amnesty are unlikely to be those arrested in relation to the deadly anti-government protests that rocked the country. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Oromia regional state which is considered the largest in terms of population and area was the scene of large anti-government protests in August last year. A security crackdown of protesters led to deaths and mass arrests. A 6-month state of emergency was declared in October to quell the protests. The government declared the curfew following a discussion by the Council of Ministers on the loss of lives and property damages occurring in the country. They freed detainees are according to officials, “expected to bring change and become development agents while joining the community.” The government recently undertook" />
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"I can't forget you, but you won't forget." The song was delivered by Elijah Kebede on Elias's excellent perfume program and the song she delivered

Some 10,000 prisoners have been granted amnesty in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. The pardoned inmates are those who have served a third or more than half of their sentences, the state affiliated FANA broadcasting corporate (FBC) reports. The amnesty was granted by Lemma Megeressa, chief of the state as per article 57(3) of the Oromia State constitution. Persons released were also seen as having demonstrated good behaviour whiles in detention, official sources disclosed. According to political watchers, the category of people who received the amnesty are unlikely to be those arrested in relation to the deadly anti-government protests that rocked the country. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Oromia regional state which is considered the largest in terms of population and area was the scene of large anti-government protests in August last year. A security crackdown of protesters led to deaths and mass arrests. A 6-month state of emergency was declared in October to quell the protests. The government declared the curfew following a discussion by the Council of Ministers on the loss of lives and property damages occurring in the country. They freed detainees are according to officials, “expected to bring change and become development agents while joining the community.” The government recently undertook
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