Anatolia: Omar al-Bashir and a number of inmates escaped from Kober Prison in Khartoum (video)

Anatolia: Omar al-Bashir and a number of inmates escaped from Kober Prison in Khartoum (video)

easternherald.comApr 23, 2023 5:30 PM

Today, Sunday, the Anatolia News Agency, quoting Sudanese media, reported that a large number of prisoners escaped from a prison. “Cooper” north of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, among them the ousted President Omar al-Bashir.


Videos on social media documented the release of prisoners from the prison known as the oldest and most famous in Sudan and the maximum security in the country.. while the videos showed the prisoners walking in the streets of Kober area and wearing prison uniforms.

Anatolia: Omar al-Bashir and a number of inmates escaped from Kober Prison in Khartoum (video) pic.twitter.com/Da9TKEwu9q

It was not possible to verify the authenticity of the videos or the validity of the news about the exit of Al-Bashir and the leaders of the former regime from a government source.

Here are the top 5 information about Kober Prison: 1- Al-Bashir and a number of his former regime’s leaders are in Kober Prison. During the past two days, it was subjected to artillery shelling that killed 5 prisoners at the time. 2- It extends over an area of ​​approximately five thousand square meters, in the city of Khartoum North, and includes 14 departments, including one for those convicted of death sentences, a second for criminals, a third for those with long and short sentences, and a fourth for political prisoners. 3- The prison houses about 4,000 inmates behind its walls. 4- Cooper Prison is one of the oldest prisons in Sudan. Its inauguration dates back to 1903, when the British built it during their occupation of the country. It was named Cooper in relation to the English General Cooper who took over the prison administration. 5- Since the establishment of the prison, it was affiliated with the federal government, and during the British era, the prison director was known as Al-Hakamdar, and after independence, the first Sudanese director, Al-Hakamdar, Mustafa Saeed, took over the management of the prison in the period from 1935 to 1954, then the name of Al-Hakamdar was changed to the dean of the prison.

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