Members of AEUP being detained – ESAT

November 5th, 2014 Print Print Email Email

In a manner that looks to be precautionary act before the upcoming national election, the All Ethiopians Unity Party (AEUP) has stated that its members are being detained in the Eastern and Western parts of Gojjam, North Central Ethiopia.

Similarly, Mamo Gemo, chairman of the Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) in the Wolayeta Zone and Weno Bedasa, Organisational Affairs Head of Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) party, have been savagely beaten by the Town’s police head, who screamed at them saying “you oppose us when we lead a country.”

While Mamo is under the surveillance of local police, Weno has not yet recovered after he was taken to hospital by an ambulance.

UDJ’s voice, Finote Netsanet Newspaper, reported that after the Police Head saw Weno’s condition, he has now put Mamo under surveillance so that he does not speak to any media about what happened

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