In the Ethiopian capital, three explosions rocked
Three explosions rocked Tuesday the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa during the protests that erupted after the death of the popular singer, there are dead and injured, reports Reuters with reference to police Commissioner.
Earlier it was reported that the number of victims of the protests after the murder of singer in Ethiopia rose to 8 and injuring 80 people. The protests erupted after the shot was an outstanding singer, the largest ethnic group in the country.
"Some of those who planted the bomb, was killed, as well as innocent civilians," said the Commissioner. He did not specify the number of dead and injured.
Chacala Hundessa (Hachalu Hundessa), famous for its political songs, was seen as the mouthpiece of the people of Oromo in the years of anti-government protests that brought to power Prime Minister Abe Ahmed Ali in 2018. On Monday night, the singer was shot dead in the capital Addis Ababa, reported Agence France-Presse with reference to local TV Fana.