The Prime Minister, Dr. Abdullah Hamdouk has said he is committed to establishing a museum for the Sudanese revolution that reflects the people’s struggles in the countryside and in urban areas, and immortalizes the memory of the martyrs so that it becomes a living memory preventing any fall back.
At the end of the memorial activities for the late Prince Abdul Rahman Abdullah, he called in the Friendship Hall this evening, in the presence of a number of members of the Sovereign Council, ministers and a group of leaders of political parties, ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions in Sudan, to inspire and revive the visions, ideas and projects that were advocated by the late, stressing that the homeland will not rise unless efforts are combined, recalling that the approach of the late Amir, will remain for generations, lauding the martyrs of the glorious December revolution whom they sacrificed their blood for.
Dr. Hamdouk noted to the illness result of torture of Prince Nugdallah who endured harm during his life, indicating that the late and other honorable people who struggled for change, which in the past was not easy, made this instance possible and also the goal to unite the Sudanese to achieve freedom, democracy, justice and development, on which the revolution was based.
The celebration included addresses from a number of speakers, and a documentary film on the political, social and cultural life of the late.
the late Prince Abdul Rahman Abdullah Nugdallah was one of the leaders of the National Umma Party, and one of the figures of the national struggle who gave their lives for the sake of the homeland.