Former Sudanese President, Omar Al-Bashir Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison Over Money Laundering

Date: 14-12-2019 11:11 pm (1 year ago) | Author: success Xenab
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Former Sudanese president, Omar Al-Bashir has been found guilty of illegally in possession of $130million (stolen of course), sentenced to two years in prison

Because he's above 70years of age, he will serve his sentence in Dar Al-Ra'aya Correctional Facility which is part of Kober Prison

Al Bashir ruled Sudan for 21 years before a revolution brought his government to an inglorious end. Before then, South Sudan gained its independence from the rest of Sudan before the Northern Sudan people then led by Bashir staged a revolution against his corrupt government to end it.

Bashir ruled Sudan with Sharia. Alcohol, drugs, sex with multiple women were Haram, stealing public funds wasn't - but the day his Presidential Palace was ransacked by Sudanese protesters, all kinds of alcohol, local and foreign were confiscated. He was an alcoholic, womaniser and a drug abuser.















Posted: at 14-12-2019 11:11 PM (1 year ago) | Hero
- dareper at 14-12-2019 11:57 PM (1 year ago)
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Africa with their hypocrisy.  It's like pot calling kettle black.
Posted: at 14-12-2019 11:57 PM (1 year ago) | Addicted Hero
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- kaposky at 15-12-2019 12:29 AM (1 year ago)
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POSTER, POINT OF CORRECTION, AL BASHIR  TOOK OVER THE LEADERSHIP IN 1989 THROUGH A MILITARY COUP. HE RULED SUDAN FOR 29 YEARS AND SOME MONTHS
Posted: at 15-12-2019 12:29 AM (1 year ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Richman1969 at 15-12-2019 04:18 PM (1 year ago)
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just two years?
Posted: at 15-12-2019 04:18 PM (1 year ago) | Upcoming
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