A team that went to Burrayyu to investigate the case of the OLF leaders’ detainees returned unsuccessful.

(News, April 20, 2023) A team led by the Election Board that went to Burrayyu this morning to investigate the case of the detained OLF leaders returned unsuccessfully.

The group visited the Burayyu police headquarters today to investigate the condition of the political prisoners and OLF leaders who are being tortured in the Burayyu police headquarters.

However, according to the group, they were unable to see and interview the OLF political prisoners.

“When we got there, we were told that the head of the Burayyu of Police headquarters had gone to a meeting,” the group said.

Adding that the criminal investigator who spoke to the team told them that he was new to the position and that he was unaware of their appointment.

As a result, a team that went to Burrayyu to investigate the case of the OLF leaders’ detainees was unsuccessful.

Insiders said the government, deliberately trying to thwart the investigation, has been hiding the OLF political prisoners since yesterday.

The whereabouts of the OLF leaders and officials in Burayyu prison are still unknown.

OLF Public Relations head Lemmi Gemechu told #AddisStandard that the missing party officials are Executive Committee members Abdi Regassa and Michael Boran, Central Committee member Kenasa Ayana, OLF Gulele main office head Gada Oljira (PhD) and senior officials Dawit Abdeta, Lemmi Begna and Gada Gebissa.

On 11 April, the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) said in a statement that its imprisoned officials were suffering from different diseases and their health condition was deteriorating from day to day.

The group that was comprised OLF leaders Jaal Daawud Ibsaa and Lammii Gammachuu from the ABO side and Mr. Xurunee Gamtaa from the OFC side was established by the National Election Board on April 18/2023.

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