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Funeral of writer and journalist Tesfaye Gebreab was held in Asmara

The funeral of Tesfaye Gebreab, a journalist and writer who died last weekend, was held in Asmara, the capital of Eritrea.

His family, admirers and friends were present at the funeral of the journalist at Asmara Haz Haz Cemetery on Thursday, December 21. Many laid wreaths at the funeral, including the Oromo Research Association, of which he was a member.

Tesfaye, who is admired by many for his literary prowess, argues that some of his works are controversial.

Born in Bishoftu, Ethiopia, to an Eritrean-born family, he has worked as a press manager for the Ethiopian Ministry of Information and editor-in-chief of relief magazines and newspapers.

Author and journalist Tesfaye Gebreab died on Friday, December 15, 2014, at the Aga Kahan Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya, after a month-long illness.

According to Amba Digital, the author also had other early works and ideas, including a book, The Red Age, which was published before his death. His family told the media that the "Red Age", which was published and published on the social networking site, contained short stories about the ancient monarchs and the monarchy.

Tesfaye Gebreab was married and had three children, 12, 9 and 8 years old.

Action taken against more than 130,000 drivers in Addis Ababa

It is said that the Transport Bureau is working hard to control the Addis Ababa Transport Service delivery law and protect the residents from harassment and overcharging.

Addis Ababa City Administration Transport Bureau Communication Affairs Directorate Director, Aregawi Maru, told Bisserat Radio that action has been taken against 130,472 drivers in the first six months of the 2014 Ethiopian budget year.

And action against law enforcement
He said more than 19 million 630 thousand birr was collected and the fines were imposed for over-profits, over-tariffs, cuts below the allotted distance, non-installation of tapes and related offenses.

Aregawi said the monitoring and control work is being carried out with the help of technology.

Action was taken against more than 96,000 drivers in the 2013 fiscal year.

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