Sudan’s Public Prosecutor has begun investigating ousted President Omar al-Bashir on charges of money-laundering and the possession of large sums of money without legal grounds.

Bashir, who was ousted on April 11th, was moved to a high-security prison in Khartoum from the Presidential residence.

The former Sudanese leader was one of the sit-tight heads of government in Africa, until he was forced out of office.

The sit-tight act is playing out in Egypt, where President al-Sisi is carrying out a referendum that will keep him in power until 2030.