(Sudan Liberation) disavows the attack on a government patrol and reveals the identity of the perpetrators – Kosh News
A military spokesman for the Sudan Liberation Movement led by Abdel Wahed Mohamed Nour confirmed that the movement was not connected to the armed ambush that killed 5 soldiers of the government forces on Thursday, including a police officer, in Central Darfur.
On Thursday, the patrol, which includes forces from the army, rapid support and police, was subjected to an armed attack in the Raqbat al-Jamal area near the city of Golo, a local capital in the middle of Jebel Marra.
The military spokesman, Walid Muhammad Abkar “Tongo”, said in a statement, according to Fawqq, that “the group that carried out the attack is a militia,” and indicated that the group is led by Bahr Hassan Hammadi, Jama’ Abu Saleh, Siddiq Gedo, Muhammad Abdul Aziz and others, revealing that the two cars that the faction seized are in An area located southwest of Kabkabiya, North Darfur.
Tongo said that last July, the same faction had seized a car belonging to the locality of Rokero, north of Jebel Marra.
He denied the movement’s involvement in the attack on the patrol, saying that the area in which the ambush took place is outside its control and that it does not have a military presence near it.
He stressed that the movement’s forces did not attack any force, whether governmental or non-governmental, for its adherence to the decision to stop hostilities, which the movement’s leadership renewed several times.
Khartoum (Kush News)