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Sudan Prime Minister Hamdok is safe

By No. 1 Citizen and Agencies Sudan’s top general said on Tuesday that the country’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was “at my home” a day after his reported detention by soldiers during a widely condemned military coup, several news agencies reported. “Yes, we arrested ministers and politicians, but not all”[Read More…]

Ongoing warfare threatens national security

By Philip Buda Ladu Parliamentarians at the National Legislature have observed that there is a generalized warfare ongoing in the Country, threatening the national security and stability as they urged the government to urgently graduate the unified forces. A parliamentary select committee that was tasked to work on the Inaugural[Read More…]

NAS Rejects Joining Peace Process

By Kiden Stela Mandela The National Salvation Front NAS, one of the hold out groups who are not signatory to the Revitalized Agreement on Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS), has stated that it will not join the peace process. NAS was responding to a statement made by the[Read More…]