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Biafra: Buhari Committed Genocide Against Biafra - Fani Kayode



Biafra: Fani Kayode Replies Buhari for saying The Massacre of 3.5 Million Biafra Was an Act of Kindness

Fani Kayode in strong terms condemned the cruel utterance from the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, over the massacre of more than 3.5 million Biafrans during the civil war. Kayode responded through his twitter handle and described the statement as offensive and a lie from the pit of hell.

According to the former Minister of Aviation, “one of the most wicked and despicable lies that Buhari has ever told is that the Nigerian Army was restrained when fighting the Biafrans during the civil war. This is a lie from the pit of hell and it is insulting and deeply offensive.”

He questions Buhari for coming out so bold to mock Biafrans when he was supposed to be in jail for crime against humanity. 

Fani Kayode berated Buhari for the loss of a cruel heart that have no sense of humanity.
‘For God sake where is our humanity? He asked, must we lie even about our history and try to revise it? ‘No wonder they banned the teaching of history in our schools. Too much to hide! ‘The truth is that if not for the fact that the same group of people have called the shots in our country since 1966 every single commander of the Nigerian Army during the civil war including Buhari, would have been charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Int. Court of Justice at the Hague by now for the atrocities they committed against the Igbo race and the Biafrans during the civil war. ‘I don’t need to be an Igbo to admit that. ‘I just need to be an honest and objective historian and a God-fearing citizen of the world.

‘We must learn from our history and never repeat its mistakes. Was the Asaba massacre in which thousands of young boys and old men were slaughtered an act of restraint? ‘Or was the killing of 2 million innocent Biafran civilians and the starving to death of 1 million Biafran children an act of restraint?

We must ask God to forgive us for what we did to the civilian population in Biafra and we must NEVER allow such a thing to happen again. ‘Until that is done Nigeria will neither know peace or meaningful progress.

War is one thing but the targeting of innocent and defenseless civilians, including women and children, for ethnic cleansing, genocide and mass murder and is another!’