Radwan Daoud, a dual national of the US and Sudan, was released without charge from Kober Prison on 18 January. He was arrested on 6 December 2017 and first detained at the Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) detention centre.
Radwan Daoud, a 34-year-old member of the opposition party Sudanese Congress Party, was released without charge from Kober Prison on 18 January. The dual national of the US and Sudan was arrested by the NISS on 6 December 2017 while on a visit to the eastern district of Al-Greif in Khartoum North, Sudan. Radwan Daoud resides in Oregon State. His arrest is believed to be in connection with videos he shared publicly on his Facebook account to bring attention to the police’s use of excessive force against protestors in the eastern district of Al-Greif. There has been tension between police and residents of the district protesting against the sale of public land to private investors.
He was first detained at the NISS detention centre in Al-Greif before being moved to Kober Prison. During his detention, the NISS interrogated Radwan twice about his visit to Al-Greif and about being a member of the Sudanese Congress Party. Radwan Daoud alleged being beaten, kicked and whipped with electric cables during his first two days in detention at the NISS offices.
He was denied access to a lawyer and medical attention during his 44 days in detention.
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