Previous elevated level Officials of the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Sebhat Nega and his confidants, including Abay Woldu, previous President of Tigray, and Abraham Tekeste, Ex-Minister of Finance, showed up before the Arada Branch of the Federal First Instance Court.
In a court meeting held yesterday, government police asked decided for 14 days to explore the argument brought against 24 individuals, who are associated with inclusion in the assault on the Northern Command of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) and different violations.
Kidusan Nega, kin of Sebhat and Former Speaker of Tigray Region's Council and Solomon Kidane, who was ousted from his post as Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa a year ago, just as ex-armed force officials blamed for injustice, were among associates carried under the watchful eye of the court with law.
Keria Ibrahim, who was speaker of the House of Federation from May 6, 2018, until her abdication on June 9, 2020, likewise showed up under the steady gaze of the court.
While government police opened two documents for suspects: Sebhat Nega et.al and Abay Woldu et.al, the court acknowledged its 14 days augmentation demand and dismissed the case for January 29, 2020.