πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡© Thousands gather for Friday prayers outside Sudan army HQ | Al Jazeera English

Thousands of protesters have been staging a sit-in for three weeks outside military headquarters in Khartoum and say they will not go home until military leaders immediately hand over power to civilian rule.
While the resignation of three members of the ruling military council triggered jubilation among the protesters, the release of several members of former President Omar al-Bashir’s government aroused their anger.
The feeling in Khartoum is that the military council has been hoping the protesters will become disappointed and go home, but so far, the demonstrators have refused to disperse.
Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Adow reports from Khartoum.

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5 Responses

  1. Everyone hates corrupt military.
    Some folk support political corruption eg :-
    S Africa the ANC people always celebrate their corrupt leaders.
    Palestine : Arafat stole $3billion and they still worship him
    Russia : nationalists believe Putin (as deputy mayor) wasn’t in on the theft of $98 million.
    It’s a long list but there are no military on there….I tell a lie, the idiots in Zimbabwe
    support ZANU pf which has a cabinet full of corrupt military coup leaders.

  2. It’s only gonna get worse. Soon they will be asking the world for aid. Don’t ask Americans. We’re done. Cut Islam out of your nation and you might thrive

  3. Protect your country from those evil arab countries that want to destroy and ruin you.

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