Sudanese General Challenges Kenyan President to Deploy Troops Amid Accusations of Supporting RSF in Khartoum


Sudan military chief Yasir Alatta recently dared Kenya's President Ruto to intervene in Khartoum conflict

Sudan Armed Forces General, Yasser Al-Atta, has challenged Kenyan President William Ruto to deploy troops to Sudan, stating that they are prepared for immediate confrontation. In a video shared on social media, Al-Atta accused Ruto of funding the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in their battle against the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) for control of Khartoum.

He called on Kenya to intervene with its army if they support the RSF. The Sudanese military rulers have also accused an unnamed Gulf country of supporting the RSF. SAF rejected Ruto as the mediator of the conflict and called for South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Mayardit to lead the mediation team. The pro-democracy coalition, Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), is holding a meeting in Cairo, Egypt, amid the ongoing conflict in Sudan.

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