The formal Sudan president, Omar Al – Bashir has been jailed for 2 years.
It was reported that Omar Al – Bashir the formal president of Sudan has been jailed for 2 years.
Omar Al – Bashir was sentenced to two years imprisonment for allegedly corruption.
The much awaited verdict was one of several cases against the ousted autocrat, who ruled his country with iron hands, until he was ousted in April.
A court in Khartoum has ruled that former president of Sudan Omar al-Bashir should be detained for two years in a correctional centre for corruption.
The court also ordered Omar’s confiscation of 6.9 million euros, $351,770 and 5.7 million Sudanese pounds ($128,000) found at Bashir’s home.
The Sudan ex-president will appeal the verdict, said one of his lawyers, Ahmed Ibrahim. Outside the court, several dozen Bashir supporters protested chanting: “There is no god but God.”