NCP Acknowledges the Existence of Disagreement on Kasha Refusal to the Position of Eastern Darfur Governor
National Congress Party (NCP) admitted the existence of differences between the Finance Minister, Ali Mahmoud and the party leading figure, Dr. Abdul Hamid Mousa Kasha.
NCP revealed the failure of all mediations to convince Kasha to reverse his opinion and accept the post of governor for the new Eastern Darfur State.
Leading figures from the state are to present memorandum, today, to the President, Omar Al Bashir and his assistant, Dr. Nafie Ali Nafie, demanding to avoid the crisis of Kasha refusal and speed up the appointment of another governor.
NCP Secretary of Darfur Department at the National Council, Dr. Azahari Al-Tijani said, in press statements yesterday, that both governors of Southern and Western Darfur, Mousa Kasha and Shartai Jaafar Abdul-Hakam were present in the meeting that discussed the arrangement of Darfur states, and that they had accepted to resign immediately, admitting the existence of a dispute between Kasha and Ali Mahmoud.
Al-Tijani revealed the failure of all mediations to convince Kasha to change his mind, denying the existence of any tribal repercussions for Kasha refusal, explaining Kasha gains the acceptance of his people, the population of Southern Darfur, and all the NCP leaders.
Meanwhile, Birgid Chief, Mousa Jalis headed meeting held by the people of Eastern Darfur State yesterday in Khartoum, in the presence of Rizeigat Chief, Mahmoud Mousa Madibo, representative of Maalia, Qamar Al-Dawllah Modalal, and other leading figures, where the meeting discussed the repercussions of the crisis after the apology of Kasha, where they decided to hand a memorandum today to the President and his assistant Nafie to name an alternative governor from the sons of the state, and to thank Kasha, and respect his desire.
By Staff Writer, 21/01/2012