Author: Adam Mohamed Ahmed

Adam Mohamed Ahmed

Born in the city of Nyala in south Darfur, Adam graduated from the field of media from the University of Omdurman, Sudan. He worked with a number of newspapers, such as ‘Al-Intibah', ‘Al-Sudani’, as well as ‘Al-Akhbar’ and ‘al-Yawm at-Taly’. Adam was also one of regular contributors to The Niles project from 2009 to 2016. Adam says that the reason why he became a journalist is his passion for this profession since childhood: “Since I was a little boy, I wanted to become a famous media professional.”

Sudan’s deep state: reality or pretence?

In April 2018, the Sudanese people ousted their long-ruling, ageing autocrat Omar al-Bashir – a victory of people from all walks of life. However, Sudan’s post-Bashir transformation seems stifled by, as some argue, enduring networks of power and counter-revolutionary forces.

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