There are reports of dissent in a few towns in the Oromo district of Ethiopia daily after the death of famous vocalist Hachalu Hundessa.
As per the BBC Amharic report on Tuesday, Adama, a city around 100 kilometers southeast of the capital Addis Ababa, was one of the urban areas where there was a dissent. The source refered to onlookers to report those administration structures in the city were assaulted.
Dissenters who were walking to Oromia Broadcasting Network (OBN), which is a legislature claimed supporter, in the town have conflicted with security powers. Anonymous observers said they saw one harmed individual, as revealed by BBC Amharic. Then again, medical clinic sources from the city said three individuals passed on of slug wounds.
The Mayor's office was among the assaulted structures in the city.
In Harar, in southeast Ethiopia, dissenters have obliterated a sculpture of Ras Mekonnen, father of Ethiopia's last Emperor Haileselassie I – as indicated by a report by Deutsche Welle Amharic assistance report on Tuesday.
In Jimma, Southwest Ethiopia, protestors have apparently consumed vehicles, and inns are assaulted. DW Amharic assistance didn't state concerning which inns are assaulted.
In the interim, BBC Amharic help said there are unverified reports that the body of the late Hachalu Hundessa, which was en route to his old neighborhood Ambo, is returned back to Addis Ababa after his fans fought that his body ought to be let go in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
Hachalu Hundessa was killed on Monday at night around 9: 30 P.M. in the Akaki zone of Addis Ababa close Gelan Condominiums. Police said that it has captured a few suspects. As indicated by the police report, he was taken to Lebu Star Hospital where he was articulated dead.
Leader Abiy Ahmed communicated his melancholy on Monday.
National Government Attorney General, Adanech Abebe promised that whoever executed Hachalu will never get away from equity and she called for persistence.
Hachalu was noticeable for his melodies in Oromo language and his tunes activated millions for opposition during restraint under Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) commanded government which finished after Abiy Ahmed took over force in April 2018.