Ethiopian specialists have captured 59 government authorities on doubt of debasement and monetary damage, the lawyer general said on Friday, in the most recent clearing crackdown by the organization.
Berhanu Tsegaye said those captured in an activity on Thursday incorporated the head and other staff of the administration's Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service, while others worked in what was already the Finance, Economics and Cooperation service.
"We discovered properties, for example, title deeds of houses held by the suspects, which are past their pay," Berhanu said.
In the wake of taking office a year ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed vowed to tidy up state-possessed firms and the military and dropped numerous agreements for its military-run modern aggregate METEC.
In November, Ethiopia captured in excess of 60 authorities, some from the knowledge administrations and some from METEC.
In January, the previous head of METEC was accused of defilement, making him the most senior authority to be charged after the captures.
The most recent captures pursue a three-month examination, and included authorities from the Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency and the Ethiopian Water Works Construction Enterprise, Berhanu said.