(Oromedia, 29 Maya 2021) Three Chinese national whose detention was claimed by the Oromo Liberation Army, released and handed over to representatives of ICRC.
Three Chinese national whose detention were claimed by the Oromo Liberation Army, #OLA since May 15, 2021 for their “involvement in mining operations around Mendi, West Wellega”.
According to OLA, the Chinese are released and handed over to representatives of the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC).
In OLA’s earlier statement it was indicated that “they are all in safe hands and in good health.”
The release and handover of the three Chinese citizens who were in similar claim identified as “Mr. Huang, Mr. He, and Mr. Wang” is also announced through a tweet by Odaa Tarbii, OLA’s spokesperson.
Odaa Tparbii said the detainees in Wollega “will be released shortly” and “we have no intention of holding them as leverage.”
The release and handover notice accompanied by a picture showing “Certificate of Handover to ICRC” lists names of the three Chinese national and Ethiopian national named “Dawit” with no further description of identity.
Source: Odaa Tarbii, International Spokesperson, OLA High Command