13 Sep 2020
Rapid Support Forces (RSF) represented by the Battalion of Boosting Security in Kas and Shataya localities have transported 151 students sitting for Sudan School certificate examinations from the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) – Abdulwahid Faction – controlled areas as they were unable to reach the examinations centres due to the absence of transport means and the dangerous of the road linking Gorlanj Banj – which is the headquarters of the SLM – and the centres of examinations in Kas of South Darfur State.
The Commander of the RSF battalion of Boosting Security in Kas and Shataya localities, Lt. Colonel Al-Nour Al-Douma said that the transportation of the students process came in response to an initiative launched by veteran teacher Makkawi Eisa Hamad to transport the stranded students.
Makkawi Eisa Hamad, who is a respectful figure by all, led the coordination process between the SLM and the RSF to assemble the students in a buffer zone that separates the government troops and the SLM forces.
The students walked about 6 kilometers on foot with their luggage to reach the connecting point (Gobo Area).
Lt. Colonel Al-Nour Al-Douma has affirmed that 1st Vice President of the Sovereign Council, Commander in Chief of the Rapid Support Forces, supervised personally all the stages of the process of transporting the students and directed to provide them with all their requirements including housing and feeding till they return to their families.
Al-Douma reassured the parents and families of the students that their sons arrived in the examinations centres in Kas city safely and that they are now hosted and completely sponsored by the RSF