Sudan President Omar Hassan al-Bashir speaking at a youth rally of the ruling National Congress Party on April 18, 2012. The president said that they would have to liberate the south if provocations continue., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
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Ismail: Uganda Threatens African Unity
Khartoum - A National Congress Party (NCP) leading figure, the minister of investment, Dr. Mustafa Osman Ismail, launched a vehement tirade against the government of Uganda under President Yoweri Museveni for harbouring signatories of the new dawn document in Kampala.
He said that the opposition put her hand in with secularists and Zionists to attack and split Sudan.
During a meeting at Al-Golid locality, Northern State, Ismail gave his opinion that Kampala has become a capital of treason and a mercenary to strike African unity. He went so far as to say the Ugandan regime threatens all African countries.
Ismail mocked those he called “idlers in hotels” in Uganda. He boasted that they would not be able to bring a single tank from Kampala to Khartoum because he claimed they represent only themselves. He soliloquised that “the Sudanese people know their friends and enemies”.
Dr. Ibrahim Al-Khidir, acting governor of Northern state, said that Sudan would not allow signatories of what he called the “darkness document” to split and divide it.