Over 40 high managers (known as military generalists in most cases) and Security personnel responsible for METEC (Metals and Engineering Engineering), the largest military industrial government Corporation, are arrested today In the capital, Addis Ababa, reported Ethiopian's reporter.
The Reporter, who quoted unknown sources, added that METEC's senior management and information officers had been arrested as they had a meeting in the Corporation building, known as Amoraw, in the vicinity of the Imperial Hotel in Gerji.
The reason why the officers were arrested is not anonymous and the lists of officers arrested so far will not be disclosed.
However, they are known to be detained as the Addis Ababa Police Commissioner, where Somali's former former president of Haiti was arrested.
Wazema Radio reported this week that the government was conducting a very secret inquiry into pollution scandals because the reorganization and corporation activity was under way.
Dates were arrested days after Abiy Ahmed revealed in Gonder during a meeting with members of the community that his administration had undertaken a meaningful reform in the armed forces in terms of the constitution of leadership in the dominated order structure by ethnic Tiger. In a report published yesterday, Ethiopia Satellite Television (ESAT) noted what is known as "Sources close to the Prime Minister" to report that over 160 military troops have been terminated.
METEC has investments in a variety of sectors in the economy but was more active in the construction and mechanical engineering sectors. However, the company is often accused of completing a poor project and major corruption.
Chief Brigade Kinfe Dagnaw (Pictured above), who led the corporation as director until he resigned in April 2018 following the First Minister's election, Abiy Ahmed as prime minister of the governing party, recently in the Media that protects METEC, Ethiopian corporations appear to be corrupt and ineligible.
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