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Thursday, 07 October 2010 07:40

Addis Ababa , October 6, 2010 (ENA, Addis Ababa) - Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has confered appointments on two officials, office of the Prime Minister said.

 

In a press statement it sent to ENA on Wednesday, the office said Muktar Kedir is appointed as head of the office of the Prime Minister and also Minister of Cabinet Affairs.

The office said Redwan Hussein has been named as public mobilization and participation advisor minister to the Prime Minister.

Competence in political leadership, educational background, work experience were the criteria the appointments were based, the office said.

According to the statement, the appointment will be effective beginning from 06 October 2010.


 

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