Sudan citizens remained in the street all night defying a curfew set by the military who took over control of the country.
Months of street protest saw the arrest of long-time president Omar Al-Bashir on Thursday after he was overthrown by the military.
The protester’s defiance of the military curfew is feared will lead to clashes between the two sides. Fears are also rising on the possibility of the different arms of the military fighting off each other.
A 24-hour suspension of its airspace is expected to be re-opened on Friday as that of the sea and its borders likely to stay closed.
Kenya Airways had yesterday canceled its flights to Sudan following the unrest and closure of its airspace.