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After Mugabe, Bouteflika, Sudan’s Al-Bashir Shown The Door.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday April 11, 2019.

After Mugabe, Bouteflika, Sudan's Al-Bashir Shown The Door.
President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan.

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President of Algeria since 1999 was on his Wheel Chair looking very sick on his 82nd birthday, yet wanted a fifth term in office before Algerians decided that enough was enough.

Millions of people turned out to protest against the regime in cities across Algeria with people from all walks of life including journalists, lawyers, students, and teachers marching.

After 30 long years of staying in power, he finally bowed to what many now refer to as People’s Power. Abdelaziz Bouteflika, is only not too long ago gone, Sudan’s President wouldn’t have thought he would go just yet, but he’s gone. This time again; People Power.

Sudanese activists circulated a statement from a Military Transitional Council announcing the removal of President Omar Al-Bashir from power.

Omar al-Bashir, President of Sudan has resigned early Thursday April 11, 2019, Asim Bilal told National Telegraph from Khartoum, the nation’s capital. Details of Omar’s resignation though still remote, comes following months of protests added to clashes between his loyal security forces and the uniformed armed forces.

Earlier, the military seized key areas including the airport in Khartoum and the country’s state broadcasting facility after the military talked of an important announcement.

He has ruled Sudan for 30 years after taking power in a coup in 1989. Defence Minister, Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf would now lead the Transitional Council, National Telegraph is told.

In a picture, a 22-year-old student, Alaa Salah, now referred to as the Sudanese Statue of Liberty, dressed in a white thoub and gold disc, stood on the roof of a car during the protest, chanting for freedom and that has finally nailed Omar al-Bashir.

Robert Gabriel Mugabe, a Zimbabwean revolutionary politician who served as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as President from 1987 was also dealt with People Power in 2017.

One comment

  1. I’m so happy to be an Ambazonian.

    We are still to fully comprehend the inner workings, reasoning, thinking of some of those in the political class, civil servants class, … of LRC. There is no population of Africans on this earth with a political class, civil servants, … that exhibit the behavior that we see from some of these people in LRC.

    I now totally understand why their president, the worn out barbaric terrorist Paul Biya was bragging to the world that he is the best student of France. He was just communicating how good a job he did in emasculating, totally damaging, castrating and destroying the majority of his own people of LRC.

    Every other people are standing up and fighting, but the majority of those in LRC are completely brain dead, they are instead pleased to be living in subhuman conditions. It is like a curse.

    Peace and love to our leaders in captivity, our AIP, the IG and most important all glory to our patriotic law
    abiding, self-conscious, brave, non-negativistic restoration forces (Amba boys and Amba Girls ).

    Nothing is going to stop us, it never did and it will never ever.

    Until we reach BUEA.

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