Khoutum (ANN)-The Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) are at war with the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). It was they presented by women born in Ethiopia are being recruited as mercenaries.

The ongoing conflict in Sudan, authorities in Gederaf state bordering Ethiopia said have apprehended six Ethiopian women accused of serving as snipers for the Rapid Support Forces (RSF).

This report further substantiates claims by the Sudanese military that foreign nationals are being recruited as mercenaries.

Accoding to report Sudan Tribune published say Sources revealed to that these women had been operating within the RSF for over a year, leveraging their specialized sniping expertise gained in Ethiopia. Their alleged involvement in operations against the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and security agencies is supported by images of military engagements and weaponry found on their phones.

The women were reportedly intercepted while attempting to flee to Ethiopia through the Amhara region following escalating violence in Khartoum. Arrangements had purportedly been made for their safe passage and remuneration upon reaching Ethiopia.

Accoding to report These arrests follow earlier reports of captured South Sudanese nationals fighting alongside the RSF. Also, a video released by the SRF fighters after the capture of El-Fula shows an Ethiopian raising the flag of their country.

Although there is no independent information confirming the claims and accusations presented by the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF).

The war between the two sides has been going on in recent years in Sudan, as the war has caused and destroyed the country. Millions have fled their homes, while thousands more have lost their lives, as the two fighters want to destroy each other.

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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.