Sudanese President, Al-Bashir Flees Nigeria Over Fear Of Arrest
The fear of arrest over the International Criminal Court declaration ordering the arrest of Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir forced the visiting leader to flee the venue of the ongoing conference of the Special Summit of AU Heads of State and Government tagged “Abuja+12 Special Summit” yesterday.
Al-Bashir had arrived and participated in the programme, but suddenly decided to leave half way into it over fears that foreign powers might take the opportunity of his presence at the venue to effect his arrest.
Reporters attempt to interview him met brick wall, as he declined and zoomed from from the venue of the programme at about 2pm. A source at the Sudanese embassy confirmed that the Sudanese strong man left the country yesterday evening.
According to the source, following an alleged tip-off of his impending arrest by the Nigerian government, the Sudanese strong man had to quickly leave half-way into the programme to avoid arrest.
Judges at the International Criminal Court had ordered the arrest of the Sudanese president for atrocities committed in Darfur.
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