Jump to navigation

Sudan

Ibrahim Ahmed Ghandour

Date of Birth: 06/12/1952


Displaying 21-24 out of 24 results.

Democracy heads south

Asked about such contradictions in London on 17 January, NCP Political Secretary Ibrahim Ghandour said Omer’s words trumped those of ‘Salah Gosh or Ibrahim Ghandour’...

Also in London that week, the NCP’s Abyei strategist, Ambassador El Dirdiri Mohamed Ahmed, insisted at length that Missiriya must vote in the referendum on whether Abyei should join the South and was backed by Ibrahim Ghandour and London Ambassador Abdullah el Azrag...


Birth of a nation

NCP Political Secretary Ibrahim Ghandour argued at an on-the-record 17 January meeting at Chatham House that since the Missiriya are supposed to receive, like the Ngok, 2% of Abyei oil revenue, they are resident and may vote...

When Abyei member of parliament Arop Madut Arop asked him at Chatham House why Presidential Security Advisor Salah Abdullah Mohamed ‘Gosh’ had said ‘Abyei would be part of the North for ever’, Professor Ibrahim replied that Omer el Beshir was above ‘Salah Gosh and Ibrahim Ghandour’ and the President was committed to the CPA...


The Tunis effect

In a London meeting at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, on 17 January, NCP Political Organisations boss Ibrahim Ghandour pre-empted awkward questions about democracy by reminding his audience that Sudan had twice seen civilian uprisings oust military regimes – ‘Tunis reminds us of [General Ibrahim] Abboud and 1985’ – and, unprecedentedly, added that President Omer el Beshir ‘came to power through a coup’...


Khartoum's most wanted

On a SIDG trip to Khartoum in 2008, Ibrahim appeared on television with National Congress Party barons Nafi'e Ali Nafi'e, Ibrahim Ghandour and Salah Gosh...


Displaying 21-24 out of 24 results.