Citizens of all banks in the capital, Khartoum, scrambled to withdraw, deposit and transfer transactions, while some stopped working due to network fluctuations, power outages, and the lack of gas to run the generator to continue the work.
Today, citizens lined up in front of a number of banks in the capital, Khartoum, hoping to complete their procedures after stopping work, according to an official publication from the Central Bank of Sudan, according to the imposed quarantine announcement.
Citizens returned to the same previous method of money changers, bread, fuel and gas, by registering their names with the bank’s policeman to organize clients.
According to eyewitnesses monitored, no customer was able to complete his procedures due to network fluctuations and power outages, in a number of banks, while officials of one of the banks justified the failure to operate the bank’s materials because of the lack of gas of energy.
The Central Bank of Sudan was formally instructed to start operating all banks today, Sunday, from eight in the morning until twelve noon