Home Topics Zelalem Workagegnehu

Zelalem Workagegnehu

Ethiopia frees journalists, politicians rearrested under emergency law

Local media in Ethiopia are reporting the release of recently detained journalists and activists. A total of 19 people were picked up in Bahir Dar, capital of the Amhara regional state on March 26 for flouting orders under a state of emergency.

Recent Stories

How GIS aided EEDC in mapping electricity network in South East

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) says it has recently mapped the entire electricity network in South-East using Geographic Information System (GIS) to improve its operations.
President Buhari Unveils Buhari Unity Band in State House on 15th Nov 2018-1

Muhammadu Buhari to showcase achievements as 2019 campaign kicks off

President Muhammadu Buhari will showcase his achievements and projections for the next four years to Nigerians on Sunday.

Jim Nwobodo commends Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for ‘restoring Rangers’ dignity’

A former Governor of old Anambra State and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Jim Nwobodo, has applauded Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for his commitment and contributions to the remarkable feats recorded by the Rangers International Football Club of Enugu, in lifting the 2015/2016 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) trophy and 2018 AITEO Cup after 32 years and 35 years, respectively.
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic

Zlatko Dalic: Croatia are ‘targets for everybody’ as World Cup runners-up

Zlatko Dalic says Croatia are "targets for everybody" after their second-place finish at the World Cup, as he prepares for their Nations League showdown with England.
[File] Nigeria's Senate leader, Bukola Saraki, announces that he would stand to become the main opposition candidate in 2019's presidential elections in Abuja, Nigeria, August 30, 2018. REUTERS-Afolabi Sotunde

Kwara bye-election: APC sending wrong signals ahead of 2019 polls – Bukola Saraki

Senate President Bukola Saraki says the “open intimidation and harassment of voters” in the Kwara house of representatives bye-election is sending a wrong signal ahead of the 2019 general election.