The Addis Ababa City Administration has issued a statement regarding the 20/80 and 40/60 condominiums issued on July 10, 2014.
The full text of the statement is as follows:
One of the problems in our city, Addis Ababa, is the lack of housing supply and the administration is designing and implementing various options to alleviate this step by step.
Part of this process is the ongoing efforts to identify the complexities of existing condominiums, to benefit subscribers, and to reduce the burden of homelessness.
A total of 25,491 condominiums under construction were recently held for the lucky winners.
In the past, we have taken the initiative and efforts to make the transfer process transparent and participatory, as well as respecting the professional independence of the professionals, and ensuring that we follow the necessary steps to ensure its credibility. In the process, the Addis Ababa Bureau of Science and Technology has developed new software and the Ministry of Innovation and Technology has been certified for its reliability.
More than two dozen observers and experts have been confirmed.
It can be seen that this whole process is a good idea to make fairly accessible to the people who have been saving and eagerly awaiting.
However, after the lottery, various suggestions were made, and when we started the audit, there were discrepancies in the data sent to the bank and uploaded to the computer for lottery.
As a result, there have been a number of breaches of trust, including a draw for those who have not yet done so.
As a result, in order to ensure transparency in the transfer process and in the event of any irregularities, the problem is being investigated by the relevant institutions, which are under investigation, and the suspects are being investigated.
Therefore, we would like to inform you that we will complete the process as soon as possible and inform the registrants and the entire population of our city.
The city government apologizes for the mistake
Addis Ababa City Administration
July 4, 2014