- Thousands of protesters have camped outside the army complex since April 6.
- Several cows and sheep were herded to a building near the army complex.
- As dusk set in, a growing number of protesters arrived for what they call the "night shift".
Several cows and sheep were slaughtered Tuesday as Sudanese protesters celebrated the ouster of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir outside the army complex where they have been camped for days, witnesses said.
"We will distribute this meat among protesters. We are celebrating the dictator's ouster," a demonstrator told AFP.
Several cows and sheep were herded to a building near the army complex.
"A group of men arrived early in the morning and slaughtered the animals, and later they distributed the meat among the demonstrators at the main protest site," a witness said.
They cooked the meat as fresh supplies of bread and water were brought in by vans, an AFP photographer reported from the site.
Thousands of protesters have camped outside the army complex since April 6.
They first demonstrated to demand the resignation of Bashir and are now insisting on a swift transfer of power from a new ruling military council to a civilian government.
"People have been continuously protesting, they didn't have time to celebrate after Bashir was toppled," said Ahmed Najdih, a regular at the sit-in.
"We also have a musical evening planned later for the day where some well-known Sudanese musicians will perform."
While some groups prepared food, there were others cleaning the entire area of the protest site.
Wearing medical masks and carrying brooms, men and women cleaners worked away under a hot afternoon sun, the photographer said.