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Omar al-Bashir Net Worth And His Vast Business Interests

Sudanese embattled leader Omar al-Bashir net worth is $9billion, according to Wikileaks cables. The oil money is said to be stashed in London banks to avoid detection.

The end is nigh for one of Africa’s longest serving President. The Sudan leader, Omar al-Bashir, reign has been disrupted by unending protests that have sucked in the military. By the time of writing this article, the army had announced on state television that :“the armed forces will present an important statement shortly. Be ready for it”. This heralds the end of al Bashir 30 year rule.

Omar al-Bashir Salary
According to People With Money’s, Omar al-Bashir is the highest paid politician earning a combined US$46 million per year.

Omar al-Bashir Businesses
smart stock investments
property holding
Restaurants (Fat Bashir Burger chain)
Hosh Bonnage Angels- Football Team
Vodka (Pure Wonderbashir – Sudan
Perfume-With Love from Omar
“Omar al-Bashir Seduction”-Fashion
Brief history: Additional reporting: CNN
Birth date: January 1, 1944
Birth place: Hosh Bannaga, Sudan
Birth name: Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir
Marriages: Fatima Khalid; Widad Babiker Omer
Education: Sudan Military Academy, 1966
Military service: Sudanese Armed Forces
Religion: Islam
Timeline:
1960 – Joins the Sudanese Armed Forces.
1966 – Graduates from the Sudan Military Academy.
1973 – Serves with Egyptian forces during the October 1973 Arab-Israeli war.
1973-1987 – Holds various military posts.
1989-1993 – Serves as Sudan’s Minister of Defense.

June 30, 1989 – Leads a coup against Sudan’s Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi. Establishes and proclaims himself chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council. Dissolves the government, political parties and trade unions.

April 1990 – Survives a coup attempt. Orders the execution of over 30 army and police officers implicated in the coup attempt.

1993 – The US State Department places Sudan on its list of states that sponsor terrorism.

October 16, 1993 – Becomes president of Sudan when the Revolutionary Command Council is dissolved and Sudan is restored to civilian rule.

March 1996 – Is re-elected president with more than 75% of the vote.

December 1999 – Dissolves the Parliament after National Congress Party chairman Hassan al-Turabi proposes laws limiting the president’s powers.

December 2000 – Is re-elected president with over 85% of the vote.
February 2003 – Rebels in the Darfur region of Sudan rise up against the Sudanese government.

2004 – Is criticized for not cracking down on the Janjaweed militia, a pro-government militia accused of murdering and raping people in Darfur.

September 2007 – After meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, al-Bashir agrees to peace talks with rebels. Peace talks begin in October, but are postponed indefinitely after most of the major players fail to attend.

July 14, 2008 – The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court files charges against al-Bashir for genocide and war crimes in Darfur.

March 4, 2009 – The International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for al-Bashir.

April 26, 2010 – Sudan’s National Election Commission certifies al-Bashir as the winner of recent presidential elections with 68% of the vote.

July 12, 2010 – The International Criminal Court issues a second arrest warrant for al-Bashir. Combined, the warrant lists 10 counts against al-Bashir.

December 12, 2014 – The ICC suspends its case against al-Bashir due to lack of support from the UN Security Council.

March 9, 2015 – The ICC asks the UN Security Council to take steps to force Sudan to extradite al-Bashir.

April 27, 2015 – Sudan’s Election Commission announces al-Bashir has been re-elected president with more than 94% of the vote. Many major opposition groups boycott the election.

June 15, 2015 – Al-Bashir leaves South Africa just as a South African High Court decides to order his arrest. The human rights group that had petitioned the court to order al-Bashir’s arrest, the Southern Africa Litigation Centre, says in a statement it is disappointed that the government allowed the Sudanese President to leave before the ruling.

November 23, 2017 – Agence France Presse and other media outlets report that during a trip to Russia, Bashir asks Putin to protect Sudan from the US, saying he wants closer military ties with Russia.
December 16, 2018 – Al-Bashir visits Syria. This marks the first time an Arab League leader has visited Syria since war began there in 2011.

February 22, 2019 – Bashir declares a year-long state of emergency in response to months of protests nationwide and calls for his resignation.

March 1, 2019 – Bashir steps down as chairman of the National Congress Party.
Additional reporting: CNN
Net Worth
Omar al-Bashir net worth is estimated at over $9billion.