The AP reported that homeless Ethiopians on the streets of Addis Ababa will be moved from the capital. This is surely a forced removal. They did it during the AU summit five years ago.
One of Kinijit's plans during the election was to establish feeding and housing centers for homeless people in Addis Ababa. According to the plan, the centers would only give very limited service to the homeless to reduce incentives for rural-Addis Ababa migration. Homeless people who beg and live in the streets would be forced off the streets and live in the centers. The plan didn't see the light of the day because there were moral, political and economic worries about it within the party. That, I think, more than anything else(ideology including) represents the difference between Kinijit and the EPRDF. Kinijit's promise is its humanism. The EPRDF stands just for power - Power for its own sake.