Govt Yet to Decide on Repatriating Malawians in Sudan Amid War

Government is yet to map the way forward on repatriating Malawians living in Sudan amid an infighting which has rocked the country for the past six days following a crash between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.
Instead, Malawian authorities have called upon Malawians living in Sudan to register with the Malawi Embassy in Cairo, Egypt.
The call comes amid security concerns for Malawians and other foreigners living in the North Eastern African country following the war which has rocked mainly in the capital city of Khartoum and the Darfur region.
Spokesperson for the ministry of foreign affairs John Kabaghe has told us that government is in the meantime monitoring the situation before committing to repatriating the Malawian citizens whose population is yet to be established. 
As of yesterday Thursday, at least 330 people have been killed and almost 3,200 injured.
RSF leader Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo is fighting for power against the country's military chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, a war which has also seen closure of the country's main airport.
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