Vice President “Hasbou Mohamed Abdel Rahman” stressed the need to fight “the thieves, the thieves, the drug dealers and the seditionists in Darfur” and said that the collection of weapons “is irreversible and no compliment in its enforcement” and pointed to deterrent penalties against the owners of arms up to death.
On Saturday, Vice President Wali of the State of South Darfur, Adam Alfaki, voluntarily returned from the displaced persons camps to the Um Batikha area of Ketila district, where they were displaced in 2012 following the intensification of tribal conflict between two tribes.
He called on the Vice President – according to the Sudan News Agency – to maintain security and stability, social peace and peaceful coexistence, and said, “We stopped the weapon because it caused all the problems of looting, killing and rebellion.
He called on all citizens to hand over weapons, pointing out that the penalty of possession of weapons “up to death or life imprisonment,” asserting that the draft collection of weapons is irreversible and there is no courtesy in the collection of weapons.
He added that the government raised the slogan “imposing the prestige of the state and the rule of the rule of law,” and pointed out that security is the responsibility of all, calling on everyone to cooperate with the security and police services and provide information on the displaced.
Source: Almgher Alseasee.
Mrs. Maria Al-Ameen, Minister of Finance and Economy of North Kordofan State, stood on the arrival of the State’s share of sugar during her visit to the stores of the Kenana Sugar Company in the State accompanied by the Director General of the Ministry and the Director General of Commerce.
The dam implementation unit of the Ministry of Water Resources, Irrigation and Electricity has signed contracts for the construction of 13 dams in Darfur, Red Sea and Blue Nile states.
LONDON (Reuters) – Retired Major General Khalifa Hafer, who rules Libya’s east, is in a coma almost completely because of his health problems, the Middle East A website said on Sunday. He suffers from a handful of lung cancer that has been transmitted to his brain, according to a European diplomat.
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) on Wednesday postponed the third round of peace talks between the Government of Southern Sudan and the armed opposition indefinitely.