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Friday, 20 October 2017

North Darfur Deputy Governor Downplays Recent Incidents

Khartoum -- North Darfur state Deputy Governor has downplayed latest incidents in the state's locality of Millit. 
Mohamed Braima Hassaba-Nabi, the deputy governor of North Darfur, described incidents that in Millit as limited occurrence, caused by what he painted as two outlaws arguing with a shop attendant, which promoted intervention by local central reserve forces who fired in the air to disperse quarrels.
He admitted that the firing resulted in the incidental killing of a person and 4 others sustained minor injuries.
Hassaba-Nabi said that the two outlaws came from the region of Kabkabiya to deliberately ignite public disorder. However, he assured that security forces were able to contain the situation eventually.