Al-Saddig Al-Mahdi doesn’t look at the twist of his neck

By Abdul Rahman Al-Ninga
There is a Sudanese saying that the camel doesn’t look at the twist of his neck. It applies to Al-Saddig Al-Mahdi. The man is very active through his excessive press interviews in disclosing and displaying the ruling party's drawbacks.

The man seems to have nothing to do but those press interviews. But instead of speaking about the alleged failures of the ruling party, wouldn’t it be better to speak about his confirmed failures. Al-Mahdi failed to keep his own family together, not to speak about the split of his political party which is now  divided into more than eight parties.

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