Sudan is not done just yet with deposed leader Omar Al Bashir.
The coup leader who took over leadership three decades ago opened war fronts with dissidents most of whom were locked up in jail or killed.
Bashir was locked in jail after he was overthrown from the country’s top leadership following widespread protests in Khartoum.
Authorities have detained two of Bashir’s five brothers less than a month after he was deposed.
“We have detained symbols of the toppled regime… and brothers of the ousted president, Abdallah and Abbas,” Lieutenant General Shamseddine Kabbashi told reporters.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is still pursuing Bashir over cases of massacres on innocent citizens.