Sudan military ruler vows to ‘uproot’ former regime

 

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The leader of Sudan’s interim military council has vowed to “uproot the regime” two days after a military coup that ousted President Omar al-Bashir.

Speaking on TV, Lt-Gen Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan announced the restructuring of state institutions, the end of a night curfew and the release of political prisoners.

Protests continue despite the ousting of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir.

Demonstrators have demanded an immediate move to civilian rule and vow to stay on the streets.

Gen Burhan, who replaced the coup leader after he resigned on Friday, also dissolved all provincial governments and pledged respect for human rights.

Using a more conciliatory tone, Gen Burhan also called on the opposition to “help us restore normal life”, promised to try those who killed demonstrators and vowed a war on corruption.

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Updated: April 14, 2019 — 2:08 pm

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  1. Speaking on the continued detention of the schoolgirls, Adewole Sarah, a student said: “I am a girl and I know that. I am hoping that they will come back because I know they are still alive but I am not that sure but I pray that God will help people to bring them back and help the government to bring them back.”

    1. Gen Burhan as dissolved all provincial governments and pledged respect for human rights. He also called on the opposition to “help us restore normal life” I pray they achieve their aim

  2. Thanks for always updating us on the news on what’s happening in the world. It is very important to know what’s going on because so many people may be afflicted by the actions of not knowing what is happening in the world

  3. This platform has been so helpful and always updating us about what’s happening in society….keep it up paid news

  4. Hope you keep to your words?

    Democracy is the right of everything citizens in Sudan and other oppressing countries like biafra

  5. Gen Burhan, who replaced the coup leader after he resigned on Friday, also dissolved all provincial governments and pledged respect for human rights

  6. This platform has been so helpful and always updating us about what’s happening in society….keep it up paid news

  7. Africa my Africa, when are we going to learn. Leaders refuse to leave even at the expiration of their tenure until they are booted out. Corruption is like a cankerworm that has eaten deep into the fabric of the nations.

  8. Demonstrators have demanded an immediate move to civilian rule and vow to stay on the streets.

  9. It is easier said than done, I just hope you keep to your promise and don’t follow the ways of the ousted leaders. Africa cannot afford to have another dictator in Sudan.

  10. Thank you Paidnews for this types of info, it’s really educating. More news please.

  11. The military has done well to oust the president since the people no longer wants him, but they must quickly conduct another election so as to go back to civilian rule again.

  12. who replaced the coup leader after he resigned on Friday, paid news thanks for updating us about what is going on in Nigeria

  13. Thanks for sharing, please keep me updated on any related information. I really appreciate this.

  14. Using a more conciliatory tone, Gen Burhan also called on the opposition to “help us restore normal life”, promised to try those who killed demonstrators and vowed a war on corruption….

  15. Using a more conciliatory tone, Gen Burhan also called on the opposition to “help us restore normal life”, promised to try those who killed demonstrators and vowed a war on corruption.

  16. Supporters of the movement who held a rally in Lagos to commemorate this anniversary are calling on the federal government to do all within its reach to secure the release of the remaining girls .

  17. the coup leader after he resigned on Friday, also dissolved all provincial governments and pledged respect for human rights.

  18. The Sudan’s military should please act as vowed to uproot the regime two days after military coup

  19. If this will bring solution to Sudan as a nation, he should go ahead and do that which bring peace and progress to his people.

  20. This guy create like law and they obey their law unlike Nigeria they can’t keep to their word

  21. I thank god for today.and all our group members all they are all active may God give us more strength to comment amen

  22. All this stale news are not so valuable the ones that are valuable they are hidden from they masses.

  23. Government is for the people the demand of the protester should be granted immediately the call for a civilian rule is the ultimate call.

  24. This is seriousssssssss gohn, they should be calm, and take everything with patience

  25. Protests continue despite the ousting of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir. Really?

  26. An interesting updates. your informations are truly relevant. Can’t say thank you enough for this keeping us updated on the happenings around the country.

  27. When are we ever going to be one? What joy do we derive from killing one another

  28. So much talk about agenda but mentioning of relinquinshing power. What are you trying to do Gen. Burharn? Please return to civil rule joh!

  29. Are we going to call this one overthrow because as it sounds looks like the military want to over throw the present government

  30. General Burnham of Sudan should listen to his people and move to Civilian rule. If staying on the street will make him change his mind let them continue.

  31. if that would be the best then I suggest they should go for it,, even Nigeria might need to go back to this if it would be the best solution for us

  32. Are you serious? Coup de’tat is still taken place in African countries like sudan. Have they not heard that the worst democratic government is better than the best civilian government

  33. Are you serious? Coup de’tat is still taken place in African countries like sudan. Have they not heard that the worst democratic government is better than the best civilian government. May God help them

  34. What is he uprooting again
    I’ll advised the new interim military leader should use this opportunity to right the wrongs of the former leader and ensure peaceful co existence amongst others

  35. This corruption is everywhere in not only in Nigeria but I’m very sure everything will be Ok soon

  36. Government is for the people the demand of the protester should be granted immediately the call for a civilian rule is the ultimate call.

  37. Speaking on the continued detention of the schoolgirls, Adewole Sarah, a student said: “I am a girl and I know that. I am hoping that they will come back because I know they are still alive but I am not that sure but I pray that God will help

  38. Meanwhile, not done, Edet started calling the deceased’s brother to demand for ransom, while he gave out the car to someone to be using for cab business.

  39. We contacted her parents. The two other victims who had injuries in the heads and legs had been taken to a hospital for treatment.

  40. Seeing that the game was up Edet Ayiasi, turned himself in at the police station, yesterday, and confessed to the killing.

  41. The accident occurred around 9:30am while the student was returning from a bank where she had gone to pay her school fees.

  42. Different country with different problems. Protests continue despite the ousting of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir.

  43. Thanks for your daily update… The demonstrators have vowed to stay on the streets…. Thanks to paid news

  44. Gen Burhan as dissolved all provincial governments and pledged respect for human rights. He also called on the opposition to “help us restore normal life” I pray they achieve their aim

  45. Every body have the right to live a normal life, and the people of Sudan are not excluded. Hope they restore democracy sooner

  46. Nothing wa man pikin no go hear we da watch until we see the reality no be only Sudan talk am even 9ja don da preach am tata.

  47. Na so any newly commer regime dey all way bost,wen he don reach some time or year dem go do tired

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