There are heavy tensions in Sudan this Monday morning after the Sudanese military carried out a coup on the government of Prime minister Mohamed Hamdock and his cabinet amidst civilian unrest in the country.
The prime minister has been placed under house arrest by the military and his house has been heavily surrounded them even as arrests of the members of his cabinet are ongoing.
This comes at a time when there has been lot's of civilian unrest in the country against the transitional government led by the military and they have been wanting power to be reverted back to the civilian's.
At the same time, the internet and telecommunications in the country have been shut down and this has just created more of tensions.
This coup is projected to could lead to lot's of revolts and heavy unrest in the country from the civilian's even as tensions continues to grow.
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