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Sudanese Prime Minister Resigns Amidst Mass Protest Against Military Rule

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Bolanle Akinlade
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The Prime Minister of Sudan, Abdalla Hamdok has resigned after another day of mass protests in the capital city of Khartoum.

Thousands of protesters have marched against his recent decision to share power with the army, who staged a coup sometime in October.

Protesters have marched and called for a return to full civilian rule which was not received well by the military forces.

The military violently attacked protesters which led to the loss of lives.

Hamdok's resignation however leaves the army in full control.

"The country is at a dangerous turning point that threatens its whole survival," he said in a televised address.

According to him, he has attempted to prevent the country from 'sliding towards disaster' to no avail.

After the October 25, 2021 military coup that put Hamdok under house arrest, civilian and military leaders made an uneasy power-sharing agreement that citizens of Sudan have revolted against.

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Bolanle Akinlade
Bolanle Akinlade

I am a diligent, innovative, and detail-oriented individual, who thrives in dynamic environments.

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