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North Darfur displaced appeal to govt as Zamzam camp sit-in enters seventh day

August 29 - 2022 ZAMZAM CAMP
Friday prayers at the sit-in at Zamzam camp for the displaced in El Fasher, capital of in North Darfur, which entered its seventh consecutive day on Friday (Photo: RD)
Friday prayers at the sit-in at Zamzam camp for the displaced in El Fasher, capital of in North Darfur, which entered its seventh consecutive day on Friday (Photo: RD)

The sit-in at Zamzam camp for the displaced in El Fasher, capital of in North Darfur, entered its seventh consecutive day on Friday, against the background of violent events in the camp, which claimed the lives of a number of people.

In a sermon during Friday prayers, the protesters called on the government to pay attention to the issues of the displaced, provide the necessary assistance to them, and implement the Juba Peace Agreement.

Residents of the Zamzam camp for the displaced, near El Fasher, in particular farmers, regularly witness brutal attacks in the area.

The protesters have submitted a memorandum of 15 demands to the North Darfur state government, the most important of which is the arrest of the gunmen wreaking havoc in the area and bringing them to justice, the deployment of joint forces to protect the displaced, the implementation of all provisions of the Juba Peace Agreement, in addition to the dismissal of the executive director of Zamzam camp.

 


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