Ethiopia: Two Egyptians arrested in Addis Ababa

taha-mansourA couple of Egyptian citizens who reside in Addis Ababa were arrested early in the week, Capital learnt.

The Ethiopian government has been accusing the Egyptian government meddling in the recent unrest in the country particularly in Oromia and Amhara regions.

However, Capital is unable to confirm whether the Egyptians were arrested in relation with the recent unrest or other issues.

Capital cannot get official confirmation on how many Egyptians were arrested in the latest security forces raid, but it has been confirmed that two Egyptians were arrested in the beginning of the week.

According to sources one of the Egyptian citizens was arrested from Radisson Blu Hotel. Taha Mansour, Executive Assistant Manager of Radisson, has been arrested from the hotel on Monday October 31, after special security forces surrounded the hotel, according to sources.

Taha has been working at the Radisson Blu since November 2012 after he moved from Radisson Blu Resort El Quseir, in Egypt.

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