In what two observers close Addis Ketema's private academy here in the capital Addis Abeba said was an "arbitrary capture", three youngsters were whisked away in an open pickup truck by five individuals from Addis Abeba police yesterday evening.
"We were en route to Merkato [the biggest open market in Africa] when the pickup truck slipped to an unforgiving end past us. The cops at that point bounced out of the vehicle and started to take the three youngsters into the pickup truck. The scene was the scariest I have found in my grown-up life," Tizita, who just needed to be named by her first name, disclosed to Addis Standard late Saturday night.
The capture came not long after the city police gave an announcement late in the early evening time expelling "as false the data being coursed via web-based networking media asserting that streets will be shut down regarding the meeting."
The assembly the city police expelled as nonexistent is a restriction rally that was under planning throughout the previous two weeks and was being sorted out by columnist and lobbyist Eskinder Nega to challenge the "bombed progress" under the organization of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. It has been sorted out by means of online stages, for example, internet-based life just as utilizing news sources supporting the writer's motivation. A press instruction was likewise given by the coordinators on Thursday, October 10.
In any case, following Friday's declaration by the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to grant the current year's Nobel Peace Prize to PM Abiy Ahmed, Addisu Arega, leader of the secretariat of the Oromo Democratic Party (ODP), the gathering drove by PM Abiy, posted in his Facebook page that an exhibition to commend the Prime Minister's success was being made arrangements for now, October 13, that day the dissent rally was arranged by Eskinder and his Addis Abeba Care Taker Council (Balderas) at Mesqel Square in Addis Abeba.