Protesters March Against Military Leaders in Sudan
Thousands of people gathered outside the army headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan, on May 2, to protest against the country’s military leaders and pressure them to hand over power to civilians, the Sudan Daily reported.
On Tuesday, the civilian Alliance for Freedom and Change, a coalition of activists and organizers who led the protests in Sudan against the former president Omar al-Bashir, called for a “million-strong march” on Thursday.
The Sudanese Professionals Association posted a widely shared flyer urging people to join the march calling for “freedom and change”.
This footage, live streamed by Osman Hassan on Facebook, shows a large crowd of people waving Sudanese flags, sitting in front of the army headquarters, and marching along the street.
Credit: Osman Hassan via Storyful