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Omar al-Bashir had exclusive access to the presidential palace room that contained millions of dollars in cash

Ousted Sudanese president held a room with tens of millions of dollars in cash, where only HE had the key

  • Omar al-Bashir had exclusive access to the money-filled presidential palace room
  • Witness at the hearing said he personally handed over $ 11.8 million to various entities
  • Al-Bashir was ousted in a military coup on April 11 after having ruled for three decades
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Omar al-Bashir had exclusive access to the presidential palace room that contained millions of dollars in cash

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Omar al-Bashir had exclusive access to the presidential palace room that contained millions of dollars in cash

The deposed president of Sudan had a private room where he stored millions of dollars in cash, which was revealed during his last trial.

Omar al-Bashir had exclusive access to the presidential palace room and a witness said during his hearing that he had personally handed over $ 11.8 million to various entities, including Deputy Chief Rapid Support Forces and the International University of Africa in Khartoum.

Al-Bashir was expelled on April 11 in a military coup led by Defense Minister Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf.

He is now on trial for allegations of corruption and illegal possession of foreign currency.

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The witness, Major General Yassir Bashir, told the court that it was his job to hand over cash to the person to whom he was told for three years from 2015 to 2018.

He told the court that al-Bashir gave $ 5.5 million to the deputy head of the RSF Abdul Rahim Dagalo, brother of the leader of the paramilitary group.

A witness at his hearing said he personally handed over $ 11.8 million to various entities, including the Deputy Head of the Rapid Support Forces and the International University of Africa in Khartoum. Depicted is al-Bashir who is in his cage during his trial

A witness at his hearing said he personally handed over $ 11.8 million to various entities, including the Deputy Head of the Rapid Support Forces and the International University of Africa in Khartoum. Depicted is al-Bashir who is in his cage during his trial

A witness at his hearing said he personally handed over $ 11.8 million to various entities, including the Deputy Head of the Rapid Support Forces and the International University of Africa in Khartoum. Depicted is al-Bashir who is in his cage during his trial

The witness told the court that al-Bashir gave $ 5.5 million to the deputy head of the RSF Abdul Rahim Dagalo, brother of the leader of the paramilitary group. Depicted is Judge al-Sadiq Abdelrahman at the trial of al-Bashir

The witness told the court that al-Bashir gave $ 5.5 million to the deputy head of the RSF Abdul Rahim Dagalo, brother of the leader of the paramilitary group. Depicted is Judge al-Sadiq Abdelrahman at the trial of al-Bashir

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The witness told the court that al-Bashir gave $ 5.5 million to the deputy head of the RSF Abdul Rahim Dagalo, brother of the leader of the paramilitary group. Depicted is Judge al-Sadiq Abdelrahman at the trial of al-Bashir

According to the witness, the paramilitary leader Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo was present when the money was handed over.

The witness also said that al-Bashir gave $ 5 million to the university, which was largely led by his ruling congress party.

He also claimed that he was ordered to give military personnel and civilians $ 222,000 for & # 39; treatment & # 39 ;.

Al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for 30 years, is now imprisoned in Kober prison (photo) - the same place where he sent countless political dissidents to their deaths

Al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for 30 years, is now imprisoned in Kober prison (photo) - the same place where he sent countless political dissidents to their deaths

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Al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for 30 years, is now imprisoned in Kober prison (photo) – the same place where he sent countless political dissidents to their deaths

Another witness, who worked in the administration at the university, confirmed to receive the $ 5 million and claimed it was given as & # 39; support & # 39; from the president.

Al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan with iron fist for 30 years, is now imprisoned in Kober prison – the same place where he has sent countless political dissidents to their deaths.

The lawsuit continues on Saturday.

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