By Jide Afolabi, Lagos
The Sudanese President, Omar Al-Bashir has stepped down after 30 years in power.
The former Sudan is however under house arrest, CityMirrorNews gathered.
There is been mounting pressure on Al-Bashir to step down by the Sudanese and the international community.
The former President is wanted by the International Criminal Court, ICC, on allegations of crimes against humanity.
He assumed office in 1989 spending uninterrupted 30 years in office. Until he stepped down, he was the maximum ruler of the country.
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