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What happened in Shewa Robit today?

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A guest to Shewa Robit in 1985 depicted the town as “a one-road town of dilapidated adobes. The lodging we visited was made of mud with straw on a wood outline, dividers stuccoed or painted, the top of folded iron. Entryways were little and screwy however there were power, a fridge, and a shower. Kids and chickens meandered all over the place. – Except for individuals, this might have been India or Egypt or Colombia or Bolivia.”

In May 2009, a gathering of radicals professing to have a place with the Ethiopian Unity and Justice Movement supposedly assaulted the police headquarters and different focuses in Shewa Robit.

Shewa Robit is a town in north-focal Ethiopia. Situated in the Semien Shewa Zone of the Amhara Region, this town has a longitude and scope of 10°00′N 39°54′E with a height of 1280 meters above ocean level. Shewa Robit holds its market on a Tuesday.

In view of figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Shewa Robit has an expected all out populace of 24,886 of whom 13,021 were men and 11,865 were ladies. The 1994 registration detailed this town had a complete populace of 5,360 of whom 2,553 were guys and 2,807 were females. The occupants incorporate individuals from the Argobba public. It is the biggest settlement in Kewet woreda.

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