29 May 2018

Sudan: Dr Faisal Says National Congress Is a Party Founded On the Lofty Islamic Principles

Khartoum — The Deputy president of the National Congress party, Dr. Faisal Hassan Ibrahim, on Tuesday underlined that the national congress party is founded on the lofty Islamic principles and values.

The party deputy chairman was addressing the closing session of the Second Festival of the Holy Koran organized by the Thought and Intellectual Secretariat of the National Congress Party in Khartoum state.

Senior and leading officials of the party were in attendance in the event

Dr. Faisal who conveyed to the audience the greetings of the president of the Republic and president of the Party, Omar Bashir, also greeted the party leadership in Khartoum headed by the governor , LT Gen Abdul Rahim Mohamed Hussein, and deputy chairman of the party for Khartoum state, Mohamed Hatim Sulieman

The party deputy chairman, Dr Faisal, has meanwhile stressed that the economic challenges facing the country are now dissipating, hinting that the situation has been remedied.

The party head in KHARTOUM STATE, Gen Abdul Rahim Mohamed Hussain, said the party is working to build a productive nation and that the party draws its legitimacy from it's sticking to the teachings and principles of Islam.


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