December 2, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s presidential assistant Nafe Ali Nafe has accused unnamed opposition parties of plotting the recent “subversive attempt” with the help of “Islamists who have personal ambitions” Addressing a rally in Al-Kirida Village in the White Nile State on Sunday, Nafe criticized opposition parties saying they don’t have a vision for ruling the country and don’t agree on anything except the removal of the current regime. He went on to accuse them of being stooges “who (...)
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