The Sudanese Prime Minister, Abdullah Hamdouk escaped a failed assassination attempt yesterday while he was going from his home to his workplace, and the Sudan News Agency published a video clip showing Hamddock arriving in his office after he survived the assassination attempt.
Sudanese police sources said “the bombing that targeted the motorcade of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdock was done remotely by an explosive device, which was placed in a car bomb, and detonated while he was going from his home on his workplace in the suburb of Kober, northeast of the capital Khartoum, while he was heading to chair a council meeting Ministers, no one has claimed responsibility for the accident so far”.
The incident resulted in the injury of a member of the “guard”, without any of Hamdok’s office being harmed as a result of this targeting, according to the Sudanese government spokesperson, Faisal Mohamed Saleh. Sudanese security forces began cordoning off the site of the accident.
Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdock, through his official account on Twitter, published a picture from his office during his work in government headquarters, a few hours after a failed assassination attempt this morning northeast of the capital Khartoum, and in his first statement after a failed assassination attempt, the Sudanese Prime Minister said Abdullah Hamdouk, via his Twitter account: “” I assure the Sudanese people that they are fine and completely healthy. What happened will not stop the march of change, and it will only be an additional splash in the high wave of the revolution.
While Sudanese TV announced that the Prime Minister survived the transitional government, accounts were broadcast on the social networking site Twitter, a video of the explosion site that targeted the Prime Minister’s convoy, and he survived an assassination attempt.
For his part, Sudanese Minister of Information, Faisal Muhammad Salih, told a press conference to comment on the failed assassination attempt against Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, that what happened to the procession of Hamdock was a terrorist bombing, and the Prime Minister also came under fire, pledging to deal decisively with terrorist operations. .
The Sudanese Minister of Information added in a press conference a short while ago: The security authorities started their procedures to investigate the incident and arrest its perpetrators. We know that there are those who target the revolution of the Sudanese people and the gains achieved by his struggle and the blood of his martyrs.
The Rally of Freedom and Change Forces in Sudan described the attempted assassination of Prime Minister Abdullah Hamduk as a terrorist operation, stressing that this attack constitutes an extension of the attempts of the apostate forces to pounce on the Sudanese revolution and abort it, and these attempts have been broken one by one to bridge the power of our great and invincible people.
The Sudanese Congress Party also condemned the attempt to assassinate Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdouk, stressing that targeting Hamdock was an attempt to assassinate the revolution. And several countries, led by the United States of America, which announced through its embassy in Khartoum, expressed their “shock” by the attempted assassination of the Sudanese Prime Minister, and confirmed their support for the transitional government headed by civilians.