Addis Ababa city manager sacked

After a five-day evaluation session of the Council of the Addis Ababa City Administration, the administration’s general manager and five other senior land administration officials were sacked. Sources told The Reporter that the officials were removed because of alleged corruption. However, the administration disclosed that the officials were sacked due to inefficiency and underperformance.

During the evaluation that was chaired by the mayor of Addis Ababa, Kuma Demeksa, and senior officials of the ruling Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), Haile Fissieha, general manager of the administration, and his deputy Abebe Zeleul, Qasim Fete, general manager of Land Administration and Construction Licensing Authority and his deputy Yirgalem Birhanu, Alemayehu Alemu deputy manager of Urban Renewal and Land Development Bank Office, Sahile Sersha, deputy manager of City Plan and Information Institution, and Abebe Kebede Jaleta, deputy manager of  the Addis Ababa City Design and Construction Development Office, were among those who are sacked . Furthermore, the mayor’s deputy, Abate Setotaw, was relieved of his position as manager of the Capacity Building Bureau. READ MORE…


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