Wad Sharifie, Kassala, Jan. 21 (SUNA) – The Vice – President of the Transitional Sovereignty Council and Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, has called on the citizens of eastern Sudan to unite, renounce racism and tribalism, stay away from rivalry between tribes, and to work together for the benefit of the East and Sudan.
In his address to a mass rally for the eulogy of chieftain Ahmed Attia and his two companions, he saluted the citizens of the city of Wad Sharifie in Rural Kassala Locality, he expressed his sincere condolences to the families of the victims and to the Bani Amer tribe and to all the people of eastern Sudan for their great loss.
Daglo has pointed to the deeds of the late chieftain Ahmed Attia, saying that “we knew him as a man of harmony, a generosity and good morals. We knew him in times of adversity. He was honest and compassionate. We only saw goodness and kind words from him”.
On his part, the Wali (governor) of Kassala State, Khogali Hamad, said that the late chieftain Ahmed Attia was source of wisdom, a lover of goodness and peace, pointing out that the visit of the Vice - President of the Sovereignty Council to the state aims to participate in the eulogy of the late chieftain Attia and to affirm his status as one of the wise men of the civil administration.
The general chieftain (Nazir) of Bani Amer tribe, Ibrahim Daglal, expressed his thanks and gratitude for the visit of Gen. Daglo, which he said was a honor to them and their late son Ahmed Attia, stressing that they support the stability of Sudan and the unity of its people and land.
SUNA learned that the eulogy ceremony was attended by large masses of people, the government of Kassala State and its security committee, the leaders of the native administration and the Sufi sects, along with representatives of the Higher Council of the Native Administration in Sudan, headed by Sultan Siddiq Wadaa.