On Wednesday, Mohammed affirmed the story to VOA. He said individuals from his security detail were still at his home, having wouldn't leave in the night.
However, Police Commissioner-General Endeshaw Tassew revealed to VOA that Mohammed's suspicion that he had been focused on viciousness was bogus and that Mohammed's case was only one of a few in which security subtleties had been expelled.
"Police have been surveying the requirement for private watchmen for people and settling on comparative choices. We will keep on doing as such," Tassew included.
He called for dissidents who had blocked streets in the territory to remain down and let ordinary life continue.
Shimelis Abdisa, VP of the Oromia district, required an examination concerning the occurrence, saying it was a "significant error."
Late Wednesday, the executive's office had not remarked.