The Sudanese data ministry has mentioned the federal government is dealing with a coup d’etat, with the prime minister arrested and brought to an unknown location. Radio and TV studios within the capital have additionally been stormed by troops.
On Monday morning, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was detained by safety forces and brought to an unknown location, in response to the nation’s data ministry in a Fb publish.
The replace got here simply hours after Dubai-based Al-Hadath TV reported that troops had besieged the house of the prime minister and positioned him beneath home arrest. Based on the data ministry, the prime minister had refused to endorse the coup.
“After he refused to be part of the coup, a drive from the military detained Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and took him to an unidentified location,” the ministry mentioned, including that Hamdok had communicated throughout his home arrest, asking for folks to carry the peace and occupy streets to guard the democratic transition.
In a subsequent Fb publish, the ministry mentioned that troops had stormed the radio and TV headquarters within the Omdurman, the dual metropolis of the capital Khartoum. Quite a lot of workers had been detained, they added.
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