Sudan’s RSF welcomes thousands of SPLM-N fighters to its ranks

The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) announced the joining of forces from the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-N), Malik Agar faction, to its ranks.

They welcomed the new group from the states of East and South Darfur to the RSF, with a total strength of 163 officers and 2,500 enlisted soldiers.

The RSF emphasized that they are continuing on the path paved for them towards freedom, peace, justice and the establishment of a unified professional national army that encompasses our diversity and safeguards our land and borders.

An army that doesn’t engage in politics, doesn’t seek power and doesn’t kill its people with planes, explosive barrels, and heavy artillery, RSF said.

The clashes between the Sudanese army and the RSF continued at Khartoum’s Armored Corps camp over the past few days, and there is still conflicting information from both sides about who controls the area.

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