Militiamen plunder compound of aid organisation in Central Darfur

from Radio Dabanga
Published on 01 Dec 2013 View Original

NIERTETI (1 Dec .) - Militiamen have stolen all computers and a large sum of money from the compound of an Islamic aid organisation in Nierteti, Central Darfur, seriously injuring an employee of the organisation.

Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a listener reported that “eight militiamen wearing military uniforms” stormed the premises of an Islamic aid organisation in Nierteti on Friday at about 2am. They severely kicked Tayeb Hamed Ahmed, the employee present at the time, and beat him with rifle butts, after which they took SDG20,000 ($3,500) and all the computers.

The listener added that at around the same time, the militiamen attempted to enter the compounds of two other relief organisations, located 20m from the Unamid team site in Nierteti, but failed due to of the fortifications around the premises.