FVP Meets Hawsa Tribe Delegation

20 Jan 2021

First Vice President of the Transiotional  Sovereign Council ,RSF Commander in Chief , 1st. Lt. Gen.Mohamed Hamdan Daglo has received today Wednesday a delegation of Hawsa tribe. The meeting has discussed situations in Sudan and the East in particular.
Ahmed Tegani Saleh, Hawsa chieftain in Sudan said that the delegation has reviewed to the First Vice President of the Transitional Sovereign Council ,Hawsa vision in the political, economic and social issues, beside some violations facing them looking for solutions. He demanded for  the importance of the participation of the marginalized groups in the East Delebrating Conference to express their views to boost peace in the east.
He pointed out the delegation has conveyed congratulations to the First Vice President for achieving peace dossier, and Juba agreement.He conveyed congratulations and thanks for the role of the RSF in the reback of Fashaqa ,stability and mending of social fabric .
Tegani Musa Mohamed Hawsa chieftain said that the delegation conveyed thank and congratulations to the First Vice President for peace agreement and the role of the RSF to boost security and stability in Sudan and the Eastern states.
Musa expressed his tribe commitment to take part in suffencincey in planting rice .He noted that the meeting has discussed capability in supporting Product Bank for Agriculture and providing services in this field. 
The chieftain said in press statement following the meeting that they demanded to involve Hawasa name in the Sudanese curriculum , and to pay attention to the western gate migration as well as the other migrations , affirming parpadrnesss to do any task for the sake of Nation. 
Eisa Jaafar Mohamed Yousuf ,deputy chieftain of Hawsa tribe ,and coordinator of eastern states described the role of the RSF in the east Sudan is clear .He considered it as effective in reback of Fashaqa area.
He pointed out the RSF are distinguished and kindly in dealing with the local communities and families in the eastern Sudan .
He said the RSF doors are open all the time and exist everywhere in the East. He said the East is keen to the RSF for their credibility and they are hard workers. He lauded the role of the RSF and their contribution in social and health services and security in the East.