Protesters Destroy Dangote Cement Factory in Ethiopia

A group protesting the death of about 55 people in a stampede that occurred in theOromia region of Ethiopia have attacked a Dangote cement factory belonging to Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote.

The protesters burnt down truck and machinery at the Dangote Cement Factory inAda Berge, Oromia. They also burnt down a police station and allegedly set prisoners free in the Bule Hora region of the country.

The cause of the stampede was said to be security men opening fire at a festival, killing about 55 people in its wake. A courtroom and government-owned vehicles were also torched.

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1 comment

Anti Woyane Oct 6, 2016 at 2:31 am

I am glad they are destroying the resources that belong to blood sucking murderers (Woyane-Tigre)who are responsible for killings of millions! The destruction of resources that belongs to enemy should continue and it will be continuing until Ethiopians win their god given rights and freedom.

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