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Why Life Has Become Terrible in Sudan?

Tyfoor A. Eisa

Sudan is one of the African countries located in the heart of it. Its lands are considered one of the best kinds of land for cultivation besides the high climates for agriculture and farming various kinds of seeds and trees. There are a lot of resources of water in the shapes of streams and rivers, besides two main rivers which are the Blue Nile and the White Nile. Also there I the annual rains which continue for months and due to that heavy rains the cities and towns are affected by the floods from time to time.

The population in Sudan, the majority are under 40 years. In other words no shortage of laborers at all. Most of the population work in the aspects of farming and growing animals.

Despite these privileges and advantages, the country is considered one of the poorest nations in the world and that is due to the corruption of the leaders and politicians who took over the ruling after the departure of the British colony in January 1956.

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