Abdullah Hamduk, the head of the Sudanese Cabinet of Ministers dissolved by the military, returned home after being detained, according to the local information portal Rakoba News.
It is noted that security measures have been strengthened around the house of the politician.
Recall that an attempted coup d’etat took place in Sudan, the military detained the country’s prime minister and several other cabinet members. A state of emergency was introduced in the country and the government was dissolved.
Earlier, the commander-in-chief of the Sudanese Armed Forces, Abdel Fattah al-Burkhan, said that Hamdok was at his home “as a guest.” The general added that Hamduk was detained at his home “because of a threat to his safety.”
According to media reports, during the protests in Sudan, which erupted after the attempted military coup, at least seven people were killed.