- Buhari: North never declared Igbo properties abandoned
Chuks Okocha and Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaigns Friday asked the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari, to clarify his roles in the massacre of over 300 Igbo soldiers and civilians during the thirty months civil war.
This is as Buhari said that every identifiable property belonging to the Igbos living in the north were returned to its owners immediately after the civil war as a mark oneness and true reconciliation
Also the PDP Presidential Campaigns said that with the admittance of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) of the existence of controversial radio Chanji, that it has been vindicated.
Briefing news men on Friday, the spokesman of the PDP Campaigns, Femi Fani Kayode asked Buhari to answer the following questions which included his roles in the massacre of Igbo soldiers and civilians.
According to Fani Kayode, “What is the true health status of General Buhari? What is the situation concerning his certificate? Does he have it or does he not have it?
“Did he perjure himself and lie under oath when he swore to an affidavit that his certificate was with the military?
“What was his role in the killings on the night of July 29, 1966 when 300 Igbo officers, one Yoruba officer and the former Head of State, General Aguiyi-Ironsi were killed in a military coup? Was he one of those who killed one or any of those people on that night and was he involved in the butchering of the primarily Igbo army officers? READ MORE HERE