SUDAN: A Church Locked By Government In Khartoum

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Security agents in Sudan locked a 500-member church’s building according to Christian sources that fear the government may try to sell it.

Church locked in Sudan by the government
Church locked in Sudan by the government

In the latest incident in a nearly two-year wave of church demolitions, closures and confiscations, Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) forcibly closed the Sudan Pentecostal Church (SPC) church building in Khartoum.

“The church is concerned that the building might be sold by the government, which renders more than 500 worshippers to have no place for worship,” a church source said.