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A Christian has been jailed in Khartoum, Sudan for declining to leave the country after authorities revoked his Sudanese citizenship, sources said. (Morning Star News)
Sudan Revokes Citizenship of Christian, Jails Him for Failing to Leave Country Deacon of Eritrean descent targeted for Christian activities.By Our Sudan CorrespondentJUBA, South Sudan, December 9, 2013 (Morning Star News) – A Christian has been jailed in Khartoum, Sudan for declining to leave the country after authorities revoked his Sudanese citizenship, sources said.
Early this year National Security and Intelligence Services (NISS) personnel had required Zawengel Abraham Mikael, a 41-year-old deacon of Eritrean descent, to frequently report to their offices in Khartoum because of his activities at a church and at a Christian-run, international school where he worked as an administrator, the sources said.
NISS personnel told Mikael in May that President Omar el-Bashir had revoked his Sudanese citizenship and ordered him out of the country. When Mikael asked the NISS personnel to provide a copy of the order, initially they refused but later showed him one, the sources said.