The verdict On Addis Ababa University Oromo Students (AAU 20) is Adjourned again

The case of the 20 Oromo students of Addis Ababa University, who were arrested for holding a demonstration in front of the US Embassy gate condemning the government’s abuse on human rights, were appointed for a verdict. On the previous trial session, the judges had said that the witnesses hearing audio records transcription was not completed and the case was adjourned for June 23rd 2016. Yet, the judge gave a similar reason on June 23rd session and adjourned the case for July 11, 2016 for verdict. This is the second adjournment given for verdict on the student’s case.

Names of the 20 Addis Ababa University Oromo students are

1 Soressa Deme 4th year Mechanical Engineering Student

2 Bilisuma Birhanu 2nd year Economics Student

3 Gudina Tesfaye 2nd year Management Student

4 Eshetu Dejene 2nd year Economics Student

5 Debela Feyisa 4th year Engineering Student

6 Batte Lemi 2nd Year Mathematics Student

7 Alemu Olani 2nd year Economics Student

8 tGemechu Kebede 1st year Afan Oromo Language

9 Ahmed Mohammed 5th year Electrical Engineering Student

10 Hinersamu Bogale 3rd year Accounting Student

11 Ejigu Qebeta 2nd year Economics Student

12 Sheleme Gemechu 2nd year Economics Student

13 Gemechu Hailu

14 Meresha Bayisa 2nd year Economics Student

15 Tesfaye Getu 3rd year Management Student

16 Teressa Asenaqe 2nd year Economics Student

17 Tesfaye Mekonnen 2nd year Economics Student

18 Daniel Abdisa 2nd year Chemical Engineering Student

19 Guta Bayisa 2nd year Chemical Engineering Student

20 Birhanu Bedada 1st year Public Administration Student

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