Gruesome assault on the daughter of a prominent member of the disempowerment committee

Social networking sites circulated on Friday news alleging the heinous assault on the daughter of the Secretary-General of the Committee for the Removal of Empowerment Tayeb Osman by unknown persons who lured her from in front of her house in the Maamoura neighborhood in the capital, Khartoum, raped her and then released her next to the Manshiyya Bridge, and an incident report was opened where the police began their investigation procedures.
Tayeb Osman is a prominent member of the Committee to remove the empowerment of the June 1989 regime, fight corruption and recover looted public funds, which faced a fierce campaign by the employees of the former regime and many of those accused of corruption and those dismissed who joined jobs in the public service during the period of empowerment of the former regime for its members.
In confirmation of the incident, an (unverified) account tweeted bearing the name of prominent member of the Empowerment Removal Committee, Salah Manna, who left the country before the October 25, 2021 coup.
Condemned the incident and said it considered, according to him, “a dangerous transformation In the struggle against the NCP and it’s infamous (People’s Security), he went to say:” their message reached us and that the decision of confrontation and personal targeting has been taken”

In a subsequent tweet he has stated that the victim is a daughter of retired Major Tayeb Othman Youssef, who described him as “one of the bravest and noblest patriots sincere in this country”, and went on to say, “I knew him inside the wall of the dismantling committee, doing a good job with clean hands, and a high tasker that does not know breakage, you will not get a hair from it, O cowards, traitors and thieves”
The October 25 coup, led by the President of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fatad Al-Burhan, had opposed the work of the committee, arrested all its leaders, canceled most of its decisions, and appointed a new committee to review what it had done immediately after the coup, while the Supreme Court, in steps described as suspicious, overturned most of the provisions of confiscation and freezing of assets and real estate and returned those dismissed by its order.

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