Sudan has never experienced such a war before. Previously, demonstrations were raised for lack of petrol, flour, sugar, or other consumables. The different parties had different opinions about how to govern the country. They quarrel and the street is divided between supporters and opponents. Clashes were here and there but not as in this recent war.
Our people are fighting each other, killing each other. We do not know who is going to be the winner and who is going to be the loser. Some of our people are already leaving their homes to seek refuge in the suburbs or far-distant states or provinces. Our infrastructure is ruined, the airports, and the general command of the arm forces. As we know, war destroys everything. It eats the green and the dry.
Electricity is cut from many areas. Some hospitals ran out of service. We hope our generals reach a wise decision to avoid our people more shed of blood.