Giving evidence for the prosecution a detective testified that during questioning, Omar Al-Bashir admitted to receiving ‘millions of dollars’ from Saudi Arabia.
He told the court that he had disbursed the money he received to the military hospital, the International University of Africa, and the Teiba satellite channel.
He also gave €5 million to the feared Rapid Support Forces – then led by Lt. Gen Mohamed Hamdan ‘Hemeti’ – who now serves as deputy chair of the Transitional Sovereign Council.
The detective further told the Court that, Bashir explained his close working relationship and secret dealing with African leaders including president Museveni.
The detective however, did not disclose how Bashir who was early this overthrown following weeks of protests was secretly dealing with Museveni and other continental leaders.