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Sudanese president appoints new NISS deputy

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August 31, 2009 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir issued a decree appointing a new deputy director for the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS).

The post was vacant after the previous NISS deputy Mohamed Atta Al-Moula Abbas was promoted to head the bureau to replace Salah Gosh who was appointed as an adviser to Bashir.

Bashir named Lieutenant General Al-Rasheed Osman Fagiri to be the new NISS deputy.

The Qatar based Al-Sharq newspaper said that Fagiri was with the NISS since 1989 and most recently headed the Economic security department within the bureau.

(ST)

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  • 1 September 2009 10:18, by Dan

    mr.Bashire there is no help come from your changes you make please Mr. persident let me tell you Salah Gosh was wit u since u took over and he has try to protect u from SPLA but this time the ICC can not leave u becos of puting Salah as ur advice and replace Al-Rasheed Osman as deputy
    mr. Al-Rasheed is economic man he will economis the life of inoncent sudanese at large not to lost for nothing u must go to ICC and explain urself in the court

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    • 1 September 2009 18:54, by Tony Komayiit

      There is nothing new from reshuffling the top intellegemce from NIF regime,but mr.president,the ICC is next to the door next year! you will be answered by machar Teny,the really traitor to his people,shame on you both leaders.

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      • 2 September 2009 03:34, by imoi adolfo

        Please,Mr.president i want to ask you that is really your heart loving all the people of Sudan?,why do you always reshuffle leaders and replace with all their vacance with your men of unknown characters?please try one day to appoint leaders on the public bases this privacy of yours will lead you one day to take hot soup crying alone without help.

        Look the whole world is watching at Sudan as isolated state except those who want our wealth are the execellent pretenders who only show you the sarcastic laugh in an attempt to milk these wealth without the reasonable fetch turnover to the natives and indegnous of the land.The force is not the only tool of success but logics are the first makers or initiatives of problem solving.
        If you still remain on the clif of dictatorship and totaliterian fundamentalism,we will refer our mines back to what we had at our maximum feelings like the bruises of war we contracted.

        I therefore would like to give you a notion that might serve people’s interest that is the spirit of justice and equality for human dignity and recgnition.

        Thanks.

        yours sincerely

        Sam angomngomoi

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