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Has the Hour Come?

 Today’s Capital has this report on Teddy Afro’s release after hit-and-run allegation.Extract.

The young talented vocalist, songwritier and producer Tewdros Kassahun alias Teddy Afro,was released on bail yesterday, Saturday, November 4, after he was put under police custody allegedly accused of killing a person, while driving his BMW on the road near the Sheraton Hotel late in the evening of Thursday, November 2.

Subsequently,Teddy apppeared before the Federal First Instance Court on Friday, November 3, where he pleaded not guilty on the allegations.

“I have not run over anybody and killed no one,” Teddy told the judge.

The Court adjourned the hearing for next week Friday, November 10, giving time to further investigate the case.After being in custody for about 24 hours, Teddy was bailed out on his friend’s trade license, with a 50,000 birr capital.

Teddy was allegedly accused of killing a beggar while driving in the stated street, late on Thursday.

His friends said that he panicked at the time and left the scene, but realizing the graveness of the situation, he came back to the place but found no one.According to police, a taxi driver had chased Teddy’s car but didn’t manage to stop him.

Accusing him of hit-and -run police is said to have escorted Teddy to court which granted four days for investigation.

According to sources, the crime commited by Tewdros Kassahun is serioius not only because of the run ove, but also for attempting to escape and not helping the man.

Hit-and-run allegation is a serious offense by the law of the land,and if enough evidence is found against the accused, it might lead to serous punishement of up to 15 years imprisonment.

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  1. rd
    November 5, 2006 at 8:36 am

    it seems like he gave him self up-may God be with him

  2. Rahel
    November 6, 2006 at 6:15 am

    Teddy will never never hits and runs.Lela blue belachew.Do they expect us to buy this fooolish nonsense?

  3. Fetia
    November 6, 2006 at 6:21 am

    He shoudn’t have come here.I am surprised how sometimes people could be fool.

  4. alem
    November 6, 2006 at 5:57 pm

    I think giving himself up was the right thing to do. It is common some people panic and run when this kind of incident happens. But taking responsibility is a sign of maturity. One thing for sure is that Teddy needs to be careful with his actions. As a loved celebrity all eyes are on him.
    Fetia I think Teddy did well coming back home. It does not mean he is fool as you think but ,it shows that he loves his country. I think we need many more like him:)

  5. tkiros
    November 7, 2006 at 8:01 pm

    before i say or we say anything …for or aginst .. “did he or did he not”

  6. Rahel
    November 8, 2006 at 9:48 am

    the question is can EPRDF be trusted whether to decide he did it or not?
    the answer is NO.

  7. Juru Alem
    November 8, 2006 at 9:26 pm

    It takes a lot of courage showing up at Ethipian airport to begin with. He must be really believed in our country democarcy 🙂 We’ll see how our system works.

  8. November 20, 2006 at 8:46 am

    Hi, My name is Mr. Andrew lived in Canada but I head more information about Teddy Afro.

    Oh! he never do anythng but if you want to share more information with me send me a short e-mail okay.

    Thanks
    Mr. Andrew

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