The Ethiopian government reported on Friday it has exonerated 304 prisoners including 289 indicted fear mongering charges.
The Ethiopia Attorney General said the absolved included three Kenyans and nine death row detainees, detailed nearby media outlet Radio Fana.
The announcement additionally said the choice to discharge the three Kenyans was a piece of a respective assention amongst Ethiopia and Kenya to trade detainees, with a view to guaranteeing reinforced ties between the two "charitable" countries.
The Attorney General didn't determine what were the wrongdoings that prompted the imprisoning of the three Kenyans or when the trio were imprisoned.
Detainee discharges are a piece of the Ethiopian government's guarantees to initiate political change and avow pledge to great administration.
The Ethiopian government has described the mass detainee discharge programs as a component of its endeavors to augment political space by making national accord and compromise.
Since the swearing in of new Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on April 2, a few thousand detainees including unmistakable restriction figures and activists have been discharged.