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Hemedti says that the country needs societal peace and the rejection of the discourse of regionalism and racism, and he believes in introducing “national education” into the curricula.
The Vice-President of the Transitional Sovereign Council, Mohamed Hamdan “Hemedti”, has secured a proposal submitted by the students of Sudan, to include the subject of national education in the curricula at the basic and secondary levels to educate generations on the love of the homeland and uphold the values of patriotism.
And on Wednesday, the Deputy Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, received a group of Sudanese children in the framework of the celebration of the International Day of Peace, which falls on the twenty-first of this September, according to the media of the Rapid Support Forces.
Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo called on all Sudanese, military, civilian and politicians, to work on building bridges of tolerance for the country’s renaissance.
Hemedti called on the leaders of the non-signatory movements to join the paths of peace.