Deputy Mayor Takele Uma Forms His Cabinet




Takele Uma, the new deputy mayor of Addis Abeba, has formed his cabinet with 18 members. The new cabinet retains five incumbents and adds 13 new members.

Almaz Abraham, head of Addis Abeba City Administration Women & Children Affairs Bureau

Frehiwot Tefera, head of Addis Abeba Justice Bureau

Jemailu Jember, head of Addis Abeba City Youth & Sports Office

Bureau Shisema G. Selasie, head of Addis Abeba Customs & Revenue Bureau

Ferhiwot G. Hiwot (PhD), head of Addis Abeba Public Service & Human Resource Development Office

Assefa Yohannis, head of Addis Abeba Technical, Vocational Education & Training Office

Ermiyas Kiros, head of Addis Abeba Industry Development Bureau

Abdulfeta Yesuf, head of Addis Abeba City Trade Development

Bureau Foeno Fola, head of Addis Abeba Finance& Economic Cooperation Bureau

Yonas Ayalew, head of Addis Abeba Construction & Housing Development Bureau

Tabor G. Medhin, head of Addis Abeba Education Bureau

Shimelese Eshetu, head of Addis Abeba Land Development & Management Office

Dereje Fikadu, head of Addis Abeba Planning Commission Zewdu Ketsela, Addis Abeba Labour & Social Affairs Bureau

Yohannes Challa (MD), head of Addis Abeba Health Bureau

Nigatu Dagnachewm, head of Addis Abeba Small & Micro Enterprise Development Bureau

Senait Damtew, head of Addis Abeba Land Development & Urban Renewal Agency

Nebiyu Bayu, head of Addis Abeba Culture & Tourism Bureau



Published on Aug 11,2018 [ Vol 19 ,No 954]


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