The head of the Political Bureau of the Revolutionary Movement, Fadi Baoum, revealed that the security authorities in Hadhramaut Governorate (east of Yemen) today, Thursday, prevented the entry of a prominent southern leader and head of the Supreme Council of the Revolutionary Movement, Hassan Baoum, to the governorate after years of residence in the Sultanate of Oman.
Fadi Baoum said in a post on his Facebook page: A security point prevented the convoy of the leader, Hassan Baoum, from entering the Ash Shihr district in Hadramout.
He added that the point informed us that it had received instructions from the governorate’s governor, Faraj al-Bahsani, and al-Rabwa operations to prevent the convoy from passing, noting that these provocative actions would not work and express Dankshoutian mentalities, he said.
Yesterday, Wednesday, Baoum arrived at the Sarfit port in Al-Mahra Governorate (east of Yemen), after seven years of voluntary residency in the Omani capital, Muscat, while he was preparing to address the crowds to celebrate the 58th anniversary of the October 14 Revolution.
He also arrived with Baoum, his son Fadi Hassan Baoum, and a member of the office, Ibrahim Al-Jafri.