Sudanese Prime Minister survives assassination attempt
Unknown people committed an assassination attempt on Prime Minister of Sudan Abdullah Hamduk on Monday.
According to informed sources in the Sudanese capital, during the passage of the head of government’s motorcade under an automobile bridge, an improvised explosive device fired in a parked car went off. The politician, according to incoming information, was not injured.
The prime minister has been transported to a safe place, Sky News Arabia reported. According to his sources in the Sudanese capital, one person from the number of those accompanying the prime minister was slightly injured. Both cars of Hamduk’s motorcade were slightly damaged
Abdullah Hamduk led the Sudanese government at the end of August last year, several months after the military coup in the country and the removal of President Omar al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan for 30 years, from power.