News from the prime minister office regarding the coup detat attempt of last week

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An Ethiopian – born business mogul has been named in an anti-corruption crackdown by the Saudi Arabia government over the weekend. Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi, 71, was detained along with 11 princes, four current ministers and a number of former ministers. Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television said the probe is headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Al Amoudi is an Ethiopian – born business man who holds both Saudi and Ethiopian nationality. According to Forbes, as at 2016, his net worth was approximately $10.9 billion. displayAdvert("mpu_3") His investments are linked to oil and global commodities. He is also listed as Ethiopia’s richest man and the second richest Saudi Arabian citizen in the world. He is one of two businessmen detained, the other is one Saleh Kamel. pic.twitter.com/Osw5ve2nq0— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) November 5, 2017 His two main businesses are Corral Petroleum Holdings and MIDROC. MIDROC describes itself as “a global investment group, wholly owned by Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi. “It has substantial interests in petroleum, agribusiness, property, industry and industrial services, engineering and construction, tourism and trade and investment, largely in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North Africa.” Al Amoudi is said to have migrated from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia when" />
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Especially, African countries are benefiting Ethiopian coffee and other beneficiaries directly to connect with the country, Shifa said. Governors want coffee to be the destination, the quality, and the time it needs to be. As Shafa said, the Authority is focusing on increasing the production and productivity of coffee, updating the transaction and ensuring the fair use of the elections and increasing the value of the elections. Writer-Deannee BekeleOnly about 200 million seedlings are planted each morning.Prime Minister Abune Ahmed has announced preparations to plant 200 million seedlings per day in the country. "One fifth of Ethiopia's population can grow just 200 million," said the Prime Minister. It is expected that from June 15, all Ethiopians will have a chance to prepare a well-equipped borehole. Prime Minister Dr. Abi was speaking today when he met with the Evangelist at his secretariat. Writer: Anilen Mansa-Addis Ababa

An Ethiopian – born business mogul has been named in an anti-corruption crackdown by the Saudi Arabia government over the weekend. Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi, 71, was detained along with 11 princes, four current ministers and a number of former ministers. Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television said the probe is headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Al Amoudi is an Ethiopian – born business man who holds both Saudi and Ethiopian nationality. According to Forbes, as at 2016, his net worth was approximately $10.9 billion. displayAdvert("mpu_3") His investments are linked to oil and global commodities. He is also listed as Ethiopia’s richest man and the second richest Saudi Arabian citizen in the world. He is one of two businessmen detained, the other is one Saleh Kamel. pic.twitter.com/Osw5ve2nq0— Addis Gazetta (@addisgazetta) November 5, 2017 His two main businesses are Corral Petroleum Holdings and MIDROC. MIDROC describes itself as “a global investment group, wholly owned by Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi. “It has substantial interests in petroleum, agribusiness, property, industry and industrial services, engineering and construction, tourism and trade and investment, largely in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North Africa.” Al Amoudi is said to have migrated from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia when
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