Sadly, it isn’t always that one finds Sudan in news for the right reasons. When it isn’t for its immensity of political backlashes then one often finds Sudan or North Sudan besieged by vehement clashes between the civilians and the government.
It’s not easy to overlook or conveniently leapfrog undercurrents such as Sudanese Intifada of 2011. But, is that all we have here in Sudan, a hitherto undiscovered North African nation, as far as its diverse geography is concerned.
The country is laden with rich history as before being split in two nations- North Sudan and South Sudan, it was one of the largest countries in the whole of Africa.But as luck would have it, being sliced into two nations meant that Sudan’s conflicted two halves found the rough end of the division split.
Home to many ancient civilizations that flourished here, the Sudanese form a huge population that has to dabble with internal conflicts, struggle for economic self-sufficiency and battle terse subjects such as human trafficking.