Al-Bashir Forced To Resign
The President of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir has on Thursday, stepped down and consultations are underway to install a transitional council.
There have been protests by citizens of the North-Eastern country over Al-Bashir’s continued stay in power, leading up to his resignation in the early hours of Thursday.
An online platform reports Bashir had been holding onto power since leading a coup in 1989 when he became the country’s president.
He was then a Brigadier in the Army and had been in power for almost 30 years.