Prime Minister of Sudan Abdalla Hamdok has survived an assassination attempt in the country’s capital city Khartoum.
According to an international news agency, the PM was taken to a safe location after his group was targeted in an assassination attack.
Members of Hamdok’s office reported to an international news agency that the premier is “in a safe place.”
International news agency reported that Prime Minister Hamdok was heading to his office when his convoy was attacked.
Court in Sudan had given 29 intelligence agents for killing a teacher in imprisonment during protests, news come out in December 2019.
Protests are carious out against Sudan’s long-time leader Omar al-Bashir earlier this year.
Another four officers were also given three-year imprisonment by the court in Sudan. Seven were found innocent in the landmark ruling, which makes the path for the democratic transition in the North African nation.
Judge Sadok Abdelrahman said that the defendants were found guilty of lethal abuse against Ahmed al-Kheir. The verdict was given yesterday.
The intelligence operatives have arrested a teacher in Sudan’s eastern province of Kassala. They beat and brutally tortured the teacher to death.
Several people were seen cheering and rallying outside the Omdurman court, holding pictures of al-Kheir as well.
The Sudanese Professional Association, Umbrella group of unions that was leading the protest, welcomed the verdict.