Civilians flooded the streets of Sudan to watch the Military transport their former President and government officials to prison.
The ex President and his government officials were transported in trucks by the military to the prison.
As the trucks were on the road moving to the prison, civilians on the streets fetched stones and other objects and directed them into the moving trucks.
Omar Al-Bashir after 20 years in power as the President of Sudan was ousted last month in a military coup d’etat.
The coup d’etat was an answer to a massive protest by the citizens, asking him to step down after 2 decades in power.
Failing to heed to the protest, the country’s military answered the prayers of the civilians and ousted him.
Omar Al-Bashir and his entire government have been accused of many atrocities with the boss himself accused of mass murder and corruption during is reign.
He came to power in 1989 through a Military coup d’etat that ousted the then Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi.
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