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በሞጆ የደረቅ ወደብ የተከማቹ ከሶስት ሺህ በላይ የምግብ ዘይት የያዙ የዕቃ ማጠራቀሚያ ኮንቴይነሮች ሊወረሱ ነው። ኮንቴይነሮቹ የሚወረሱት በደረቅ ወደቡ ከደረሱ ከ60 ቀናት በኋላም አስመጪዎቹ ስላልተረከቧቸው መሆኑን የኢትዮጵያ ገቢዎች ሚኒስቴር አስታውቋል።

በሞጆ የደረቅ ወደብ የተከማቹ ከሶስት ሺህ በላይ የምግብ ዘይት የያዙ የዕቃ ማጠራቀሚያ ኮንቴይነሮች ሊወረሱ ነው። ኮንቴይነሮቹ የሚወረሱት በደረቅ ወደቡ ከደረሱ ከ60 ቀናት በኋላም አስመጪዎቹ ስላልተረከቧቸው መሆኑን የኢትዮጵያ ገቢዎች ሚኒስቴር አስታውቋል።

በገቢዎች ሚኒስትር የኮሙዩኒኬሼን ጉዳይ ኃላፊ አቶ ኤፍሬም መኮንን ለDW እንደተናገሩት የምግብ ዘይቱን ያስመጡት ነጋዴዎች የዕቃ ማጠራቀሚያ ኮንቴይነሮችን በቀጣይ ቀናት ካላነሱ ተወርሶ ለሽያጭ በጨረታ መልክ ይቀርባል። አሁን ከተማ ዉስጥ የዘይት እጥረት ስላለ የተከማቹት በጊዜ ተነስተው ለማህበረሰቡ ካልደረሱ ያለዉን የዘይት ዋጋ እንደሚያባብስ አቶ ኤፍሬም ገልጸዋል። ከዛም አልፎ በመንግስት ገቢና አገልግሎት አሰጣጥ ላይ እንዲሁም ወደ ዉጭ እና ወደ አገር ዉስጥ የሚደረጉ ግብይቶች ላይ ችግርም ይፈጥራል ብለዋል።
የገቢዎች ሚኒስትር ወ/ሮ አዳነች አቤቤ ትላንት የሞጆ የደረቅ ወደብን በጎበኙበት ወቅት የደረቅ ወደቡ መያዝ ከሚችለዉ አቅም በላይ ኮንቴይነሮች መያዙን እንደታዘቡ አቶ ኤፍሬም ገልፀዋል። የደረቅ ወደቡ መያዝ የሚችለዉ 14 ሺህ ኮንቴይነር ቢሆንም አሁን ግን የተከማቸዉ ወደ 17 ሺህ ይጠጋልም ብለዋል። እንደ አቶ ኤፍሬም ገለፃ ይህ በአገልግሎት አሰጣጥ ላይ ችግር እየፈጠረ ይገኛል።
በደረቅ ወደቡ የሚከፈሉት ክፍያዎች መርካቶ በሚገኙ መጋዝኖችም ሆነ በሌሎች ቦታ ከሚከፍሉት ክፍያዎች ዝቅ ያለ ስለሆነ «አስመጭዎች ደረቅ ወደቡን እንደ ማከማቻ እየተጠቀሙ ይገኛሉ» የሚል ድምዳሜ ላይ መድረስ ተችሏል ሲሉ የኮሙዩኒኬሼን ጉዳይ ኃላፊው አስረድተዋል። በሕጉ ከተፈቀደዉ ከ60 ቀን በላይ በቦታዉ ላይ ከቆየ ይወረሳል እንደሚል የጠቀሱት አቶ ኤፍሬም ከ60 ቀን በላይ የቆዩ ከሁለት ሺህ በላይ ኮንቴኔሮች ስላሉ እነሱም እንደሚወረሱ፣ ቀሪዎቹን ደግሞ ከቦታው መውጣት እንዳለባቸዉ ማሳሰቢያ መሰጠቱን ጠቅሰዋል። በአየር ተጓጉዘው የሚመጡ የዕቃ ማጠራቀሚያ ኮንቴይነሮች በሞጆ ደረቅ ወደብ ለማስቆየት የሚፈቀደዉ 30 ቀን ነዉ።

Polls open in Comoros presidential

Polls opened on Sunday in Comoros’ presidential election. Incumbent president Azali Assoumani is widely expected to win another term.

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Kenya: Thousands facing hunger [The

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These hunger-related death reports were given by locals and even by some local government officials who risk facing sanctions for providing this information.

“It’s all fake news and

Gabon: Bongo returns home after

President Ali Bongo Ondimba flew home to Gabon Saturday after several months in Morocco recovering from illness.

He flew back into Libreville on Saturday afternoon, accompanied by his wife Sylvia, to be welcomed by Prime Minister Julien Nkoghe Bekale and senior members of the government.

Several thousand

Cyclone Idai: What are the immediate

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Ethiopians celebrate return of Emperor

Ethiopians on Wednesday celebrated the decision by a London museum to hand back locks of hair cut from the corpse of an Ethiopian emperor during a British invasion 150 years ago.

Ethiopians, many dressed in the national colours of red, gold and green, cheered as staff at the National Army Museum handed over the

Ethiopian crash hub: Airline rebuts

The March 10 crash

On March 10, the world was hit by the news that a passenger aircraft operated by Africa’s top national carrier had crashed. The reference point for the information was solely the office of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

It remained the most quoted source for hours before the flier, Ethiopian

NBA launches first African channel on

Seventh seed Dominic Thiem from Austria claimed the Indian Wells title on Sunday after defeating Roger Federer in three straight sets 3-6, 6-3, 7-5.

The National Basketball Association announced Wednesday that it has partnered with Google’s YouTube to launch its first-ever channel exclusively dedicated to fans in

One more to go: AU celebrates Ethiopias

Ethiopia’s parliament on Thursday approved the membership of the country into the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), bringing the number of ratifications across the continent to 21.

The African Union Commissioner for Trade and Industry, Albert Muchanga took to Twitter to celebrate the news,

Mozambique cyclone deaths hit 217,

Mozambique’s Minister of Land and Environment has given updated figures arising from the deadly cyclone Idai that ravaged the southern African country late last week.

According to the minister, the official death toll stood at 217, a figure significantly lower than a projection by president Filipe Nyusi who told state media

Heres South Africas election in numbers

A record number of 48 political parties will contest in South Africa’s national elections on May 8, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said on Wednesday.

IEC announced the final tally after the deadline for submission of party candidate lists and payment of deposits.