Nazz threatens 3 Sudanese states – Kush News
Professor Sheikh Mohamed Abdel Rahman, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for Geological Research, attributed the seepage phenomenon that appeared in the states of Khartoum, the Nile River and the North to several reasons, including rain water, sewage and siphon wells, old explosive water pipes, the rise in the level of the Nile and the old buried sewers, in addition to the spread of buildings and urbanization. Pointing out that the phenomenon is serious and has greatly affected people’s lives and their economy.
In the lecture he gave on the phenomenon of oozing, which witnessed a large presence of the directors of the departments of the Authority, the Ministry, relevant ministries, university professors, companies and interested parties, he called for concerted official and popular efforts and their integration with the availability of political will to besiege the phenomenon, pointing to the need to continue studies related to the phenomenon for each region, especially the regions Al-Buraiq, Atbara, Al-Jazeera, Makrad and Khartoum.
In their interventions, the attendees called for the necessity of serious work to confront the phenomenon, and defining a department in the authority concerned with studying the phenomenon in all its aspects and proposing the best ways to confront it.
Dr. confirmed. Othman Hassan Abdul Qadir, Acting Director General of the General Authority for Geological Research (SUNA), said that today’s session witnessed the presentation of performance reports, which included the General Administration of Geological Surveys, the General Administration of Mineral Resources, the General Administration of Project Planning, the General Administration of Laboratories and Technical Services, in addition to the General Administration of Financial Affairs and Administration .
He pointed out that these reports have found an extensive discussion during which the positives to support them and the negatives to avoid them were identified, indicating that the 2023 plan is based on the implementation of projects in geological mapping and the exploitation of other minerals besides gold, especially industrial minerals, represented in the sugar, cement and salt industries.
Khartoum (Kush News)