Famous Ethiopians About The Death Of Hachalu


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Famous Oromo vocalist Hachalu Hundessa apparently executed in the capital Addis Ababa. 


As indicated by a report by state-partnered media, Fana Broadcasting Corporate (FBC), he was shot on Monday at night close Gelan Condominiums. 


Addis Ababa Police Commission Commissioner, Getu Argaw, supposedly disclosed to Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (additionally state media) that police have captured a vague number of suspects. 


Police additionally said that it will uncover to open the consequence of the examination. 


There are fears that death could trigger insecurity in the nation. 


As of now, Addis Ababa City is supposed to be calm and stable, and police have mentioned inhabitants in the city to remain in the gatekeeper of harmony in their district. 


Birhanemeskel Abebe Segni, an ethnic Oromo lobbyist who was consular in one of Ethiopia's department in the United States after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took over force in 2018, composed on his own web-based social networking page a message that guides a finger toward a gathering of individuals without naming names. 


He composed it in the Amharic language which could decipher as "They slaughtered Hachalu Hundessa. The 'racists' are resolved. Oromo needs to pick either opportunity or passing." 


Obviously, his case came even before Addis Ababa Police commission discharged the news to general society. Afterward, he likewise wrote in English saying "Today, Ethiopia killed Artist Hachalu Hundessa, an Oromo!!!" 


Head administrator Abiy Ahmed has communicated his sympathies on the death of Hahcalu Hundessa. "I express my profound sympathies for those of us who are in profound despondency since the updates on the demise of the sparkling youngster Artist Hachalu Hundesa is heard. We are the point at which we need to focus on exercises in our nation given the gravity of the issue. Let us express our sympathies by keeping ourselves safe and forestalling further wrongdoing," he wrote in Oromo and Amharic dialects.


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