12 March 2018

Sudan: RIF Leader Says Sudanese Troops Stand Ready to Defend Homeland

Khartoum — The Commander of the Rapid Intervention Forces, Gen Mohamed Hamdan Dalgo, has stressed that the Sudanese different troops, religious leader and regular forces stand ready for the defense of the homeland.

Gen Dalgo said people should still pay more attention to the faith and religion which, he stressed, are the pillar for guarding the homeland.

Dalgo was addressing a meeting that seeks to distributed over 50 thousand copies of the Holy Koran to different Koranic Schools and schools, mosques and religious intuition, stressed that it was an honor for the RIF to help print out these copies and distribute them

He underlined that the RIF troops assume their social responsibilities in provision of service projects to civilians and helping with the development projects, having put in the bud the rebel movements and unruly elements.

The commander urged Sudanese communities to work for maintaining pace and stability in the country.

Meanwhile the Spokesman for the forces, Colonel Abdul Rahaman Al Jaali, said the RIF are national forces that bring together all Sudanese elements and work side by side with the other regular forces in the country.

He said these forces contribute in fighting rugs, human trafficking and all other negative practices.


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