The Joint Task Force (JTF) said in a statement on Wednesday night that the conspiracy was failed.
The statement said 15 suspects, including individuals involved in mobilizing the country, were arrested and used in connection with various documents, leaflets, laptops, desktop computers, weapons, knives and various bank books.
“I am working to bring to justice those who have been coordinating this covert operation abroad, as well as providing financial, logistical and logistical support, in collaboration with friendly countries and Interpol,” he said.
The Joint Task Force on Security includes the Ministry of Defense, the National Intelligence and Security Service, the Federal Police Commission, and the Information Network and Security Agency.
He said the task force, with the help of ‘some extremist members of the Diaspora’ in various countries, had provided financial, logistical and logistical support to the people who had secretly organized them to carry out the mission of violence and conflict by disrupting the 6th national election.
The Joint Task Force (JTF) said in a statement that the clandestine groups had been secretly liaising with some members of the government’s political and security apparatus to carry out their plans and plotting to assassinate targeted leaders.
He said they have been working to create a transitional government by disrupting the next national election by creating unrest.
“We will not remain silent about Addis Ababa,” he said.
They have been organizing riots by recruiting influential youths in the city and planning to organize up to 300 youth members.
He said the coordinators have been spreading inflammatory messages on social media, claiming that the Amhara people must be armed to prevent attacks on the natives.
The Joint Task Force (JTF) said in a statement that the groups were based in Addis Ababa, dismantling leaflets with “Stop the killing of Amharas and the bloodshed of children” and other provocative messages to disrupt the next national election.
“We will not remain silent about Addis Ababa,” he said, noting that the group used social media networks to exchange information to help carry out its criminal mission. He said he was mobilized by two social media groups and led by diasporas in Germany and the United States.
He said the groups were supported by individuals ‘in the name of charity’ and at various countries.
He also said that they have been working on the “Movement for the Existence of Amhara for the Ethiopian Movement” to fulfill their political aspirations under the guise of genocide against Amharas living in different parts of the country.
The task force said in a statement that the movement had been closely monitored by the government since its inception and had been exposed and thwarted.
The Joint Task Force (JTF) said that the secret conspiracy to incite unnecessary massacres and destruction of innocent people by inciting unnecessary crisis and conflict by instigating suspicion among the Amhara people who are not negotiating for Ethiopian unity has failed.