The Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok , addressing a crowd at al-Fashaga, declared that the era of “imported” solutions, in all developmental aspects, being forced on the Sudanese public is over.
On Monday, Hamdok assured the crowds gathered at the Wad Koli area of al-Fashaga, state of Gedaref, that the opinions of the Sudanese public are no longer to be taken for granted.
The Prime Minister’s statements came during an event where he and the Chairman of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, inaugurated a number of development projects in the Wad Koli area in Fashaqa, most notably the Wad Koli bridge.
Hamdok explained that the opening of the facilities today marks the beginning of the end of the era of marginalization and contributes to linking this region with roads, schools, and hospitals, vital during the rainy season.
He indicated that this region is one of the richest regions of the country and can suffice its people and Sudan as a whole.
The Prime Minister affirmed the government’s commitment to work with the citizens of the region to implement the demands they presented.
On the other hand, the Prime Minister saluted the martyrs of the Sudanese revolution and the armed forces, who he said sacrificed their lives in order to preserve the country and its unity.
He added that the Sudanese armed forces have always remained faithful to the homeland and aligned with the people’s choices, pointing to their alignment with the people on October 1964, April 1985 and the glorious December 2019.
The Prime Minister stressed that the transitional government, with both its civilian and military factions, despite the complicated transition it is facing, has made efforts that have contributed to Sudan’s openness to the world and its return to the international community.
He pointed out that this return will allow the provision of capabilities for the armed forces to rehabilitate, train and develop their capabilities and qualify them to protect the homeland.