Latest Details From Sudan's Monday Morning Military Coup On Premier Hamdock And Cabinet.
There's a military coup ongoing in Sudan this early Monday morning and this has pitted Sudan's Political leader, the Prime Minister Mohamed Hamdock and his cabinet.
According to reports, the premier had been arrested and placed under house arrest by the military and there are also ongoing arrests of members of his cabinet across the country.
Further reports reveal that some of the civilian members of the transitional government are under arrest too and the military who are heavily armed have surrounded the house of the prime minister Hamdock.
There are also reports that there is Internet blackout in Sudan and telecommunications services are all down.
There have been photos surfacing online of the military conditing the arrests on the civilian's in the transitional government.
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