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The Government of Ethiopia's most recent debasement crackdown, in which 59 authorities and specialists associated with defilement allegations were captured, was said to have a solid association with review discoveries that Federal Auditor General have been displayed to the House of People's Representatives throughout the years, The Reporter has learned.

Actually, the capture came a long time after a gathering held at the HPR, where individuals from parliament and the Auditor General asked BerhanuTsegaye, the Federal Attorney General, to make a move on government workplaces and authorities showing grave review holes in their monetary books and were not able to redress the issues notwithstanding adequate time given to do as such.

Amid the gathering, Berhanu disclosed to MPs that his office is chipping away at distinguishing cases.

"We accept that our review discoveries may have added to the capture of a portion of the authorities," GemechuDebiso, Federal Auditor General, revealed to The Reporter.

In his announcement On Friday, April 12, 2019, Berhanu told the nearby media that those authorities from three establishments to be specific: Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service (PPPDS), Water Works Corporation and Ethiopian Trading Business Corporation (ETBC) were captured on doubts of making harm open coffers.

In such manner, as indicated by sources, YigezuDaba, chief general of PPPDS, and his appointees, TesfayeBirhanu and Solomon Ayiamer, just as MengistuKebede, CEO of ETBC, were captured in association with a questionable 400,000 metric ton wheat buy.

In association with the previously mentioned acquisition undertaking, Berhanu stated, the authorities will reply to USD 23 million in harms to the administration's coffers.

Moreover, given the long delicate procedure engaged with the acquirement of wheat, the nation has endured an across the country wheat deficiency.

It is to be reviewed that last year, the PPPDS needed to re-delicate a worldwide acquisition bundle to buy 400,000 metric huge amounts of wheat multiple times following a fizzled endeavor to acquire the wheat.

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