BREAKING NEWS : Bashir in prison.

#1
What goes around finally comes around, full circle.

This is the very same prison he threw his enemies to be executed.

Omar Al-Bashir thrown into prison
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Ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been transferred to a Khartoum prison following his toppling by the army last week, a source from his family told AFP on Wednesday.
"Last night, Bashir was transferred to Kober prison in Khartoum," the source said without revealing his name for security reasons.
Bashir was ousted by the army last Thursday after four months of protests against his three decades of iron-fisted rule. The country's new military rulers had said he was being held "in a secure place".
More follows.
 
#4
Meanwhile one dictator feels sorry for his friend in his hour of need. Hajui hata yeye siku yake iko njiani inakuja...


Uganda says it would 'consider' granting Bashir asylum
WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 2019







Ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. Uganda would consider granting asylum to ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, a state minister said Tuesday. PHOTO | PRAKASH SINGH | AFP
In Summary
  • Foreign minister Henry Okello said if Uganda is approached to grant asylum to Bashir it is an issue that can be considered at the highest level.
  • Uganda is one of several African nations which have hosted Bashir in the past without handing him over to the ICC.
  • Protest leaders say Bashir must face justice but added they will not extradite the ousted leader.
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Kampala
Uganda would consider granting asylum to ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, a state minister said Tuesday.
"If Uganda is approached to grant asylum to Bashir it is an issue that can be considered at the highest level of our leadership," state minister for foreign affairs Henry Okello Oryem told AFP.
He said that as a result of Bashir's key role in mediating a peace deal in neighbouring South Sudan, "his asylum in Uganda is what the government of Uganda can consider."


RESPECT PEOPLE'S ASPIRATIONS
In the meantime, "Uganda is keenly following the developments in Sudan and we ask the new leadership there to respect the aspirations of the Sudanese people among them peaceful transfer of power to the civilian rule".
 
#9
am sure Bashir ako na kaploti pale Runda, after hii saga yote, he wil just go there into quite retirement and live with the entire South Sudan government minsters and heads of parastatals there
 
#11
Meanwhile one dictator feels sorry for his friend in his hour of need. Hajui hata yeye siku yake iko njiani inakuja...


Uganda says it would 'consider' granting Bashir asylum
WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 2019







Ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. Uganda would consider granting asylum to ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, a state minister said Tuesday. PHOTO | PRAKASH SINGH | AFP
In Summary
  • Foreign minister Henry Okello said if Uganda is approached to grant asylum to Bashir it is an issue that can be considered at the highest level.
  • Uganda is one of several African nations which have hosted Bashir in the past without handing him over to the ICC.
  • Protest leaders say Bashir must face justice but added they will not extradite the ousted leader.
By AFP
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Kampala
Uganda would consider granting asylum to ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, a state minister said Tuesday.
"If Uganda is approached to grant asylum to Bashir it is an issue that can be considered at the highest level of our leadership," state minister for foreign affairs Henry Okello Oryem told AFP.
He said that as a result of Bashir's key role in mediating a peace deal in neighbouring South Sudan, "his asylum in Uganda is what the government of Uganda can consider."


RESPECT PEOPLE'S ASPIRATIONS
In the meantime, "Uganda is keenly following the developments in Sudan and we ask the new leadership there to respect the aspirations of the Sudanese people among them peaceful transfer of power to the civilian rule".
One thing you have to give Moi is he knew it was time to call it a day, humbled himself and quietly rode into the sunset.

Hawa wengine, know they have overstayed their welcome and keep insisting. These are the consequences. Jela.
 
#12
One thing you have to give Moi is he knew it was time to call it a day, humbled himself and quietly rode into the sunset.

Hawa wengine, know they have overstayed their welcome and keep insisting. These are the consequences. Jela.

Ndio akaitwa professor wa politics. Alijua the final chapter Kenya style, ni team building, kerosene, petrol, rocks... OR Kamiti Maximum which he had completely abandoned to ruin.
 
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