A picture of Sudanese students studying under street lamps has sparked widespread controversy on Sudanese platforms, at a time when many complain of frequent power cuts for long hours.
And the eighth bulletin, “Nashratkoum” (7/6/2021), continued the spread of images in conjunction with the start of the basic stage certificate exams in several states in the country, and Sudanese tweeters interacted with the image of students and the power outage crisis through the hashtag (Sudan_Electricity_Crisis), and they asked about the continuous power outages without Providing solutions from the competent authorities and the government.
On the other hand, others saw that the government is seeking in every way to solve the crisis, especially through clean energy to solve the problem of power outages in the country.
The pioneers of the virtual world in Sudan circulated a video clip showing the arrival of equipment to generate electricity with wind energy to the city of Dongola in the Northern State of Sudan.
Among the interactions about the electricity crisis in Sudan, activist Hisham Ali wrote: “These are the youth of Sudan… Young people at the time of the mobilization block the roads at the time of the revolution, the heat of the heart, they sit in the leadership at the time of seriousness and exams, they sit in the street lighting studying, did you know why I support the youth of Sudan? Because they are hope And the future, may God make them succeed, make us happy, and make their families happy.”
As for activist Nawal Al-Khabeer, she tweeted: “The Sudanese media should be side by side with these joyful events and energy infrastructure projects, which work to stabilize electricity in various regions of Sudan to reduce the frustrating rumors that depict a bleak future for the Sudanese people.”
For his part, activist Mohammed Abdo tweeted: “The electricity, water, and gas must be cut off, and everything that disturbs life must happen… This is always the military’s scheme to make the people feel remorse and bite their fingers over the days of al-Bashir and have to accept anything.”
As for Muhammad Al-Arabi, he commented on the photo, saying: “The Minister of Education says, “Let’s see the real result without any modification!! These are circumstances that are supposed to include no exam at all, so stay away from the result!!”.