Tuesday 30 June 2020
There were 3 explosions in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, this evening, Tuesday, during protests against the killing of a famous popular singer in the country, and several people were killed and injured in the explosions, according to Al Arabiya.
This killed at least 8 people and injured about 80 others, earlier on Tuesday, during protests and riots erupted in the Ethiopian town of Adama, according to Reuters.
Ethiopia witnessed protests and violent incidents, after the young singer and songwriter Hashalu Hundisa was shot dead on Monday evening.
The killing of Hashalu (34 years) caused a great shock among Oromo nationalism; From which the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed descended, which he described and described as an “inspiring youth”, calling on his people to exercise restraint, and the police to expedite the arrest of the perpetrators.
He was known for his revolutionary singing, expressing the hopes and anger of the Oromo people through revolutionary words to challenge oppression and break fear. Songs focused on freedom issues.
The Addis Ababa Police Commissioner said that several people had been arrested on suspicion of murder.
“Words are betraying me! Read this report on Hackaloa Hundisa for 2017, which highlights his challenge, his bold words and his courageous efforts to express the collective eagerness to change in Ethiopia … the legend of her life has been stopped … rest strongly Dear Hassi, we will never forget. “
Hashalu’s body was now taken to the town of Ambu, about 100 km west of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
The Ethiopian police continue to disperse the crowds of demonstrators who burn tires with tear gas, while bullets are heard in various neighborhoods of Addis Ababa.