Apologise For Killings Across Nigeria, Fani-Kayode Tells Buhari

Former Minister of Culture and Tourism Femi Fani-Kayode has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to apologise for the killings across the country.

President Buhari had on Tuesday apologised to the family of the late MKO Abiola for the annulment of the 1993 general election.

Reacting in a post on his Twitter page, Fani-Kayode wrote: “When will @MBuhari apologise for the slaughter of thousands of IPOB youths and Shiite Muslims over the last 3 years by his security forces and when will he apologise for the murder of thousands of Christians, Middle Belters and southerners under his watch by his Fulani brothers?”

The statement reads in part: “The Federal Government of Nigeria congratulates Chairman Kim Jong Un of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and President Donald Trump of the United States of America on the historic achievement made at the “Kim and Trump Summit,” held earlier today, Tuesday 12th June, 2018, in Singapore, leading to the joint signing of a Statement by the two leaders; emphasising the establishment of new relationship; building an enduring peace and stability; the denuclearisation efforts in the Korean Peninsula; as well as recovery and repatriation of Prisoners of War (POW)/Missing in Action (MIA).

“The success of the historic Summit is a demonstration of commitment by the relevant parties towards de-escalation of tension in the Korean Peninsula and a consolidation of the earlier achievement made during the Inter-Korean Summit of 27th April, 2018, resulting in the Panmunjom Declaration between the leaders of the Koreas.

“Nigeria commends the bold step taken by the DPRK to dismantle the nuclear launch site as an indication of the determination to this peace process. In addition, Nigeria is optimistic that the two nations would uphold the commitments made during this landmark Summit.

“On the whole, Nigeria appreciates the efforts by all parties involved in the process of the successful Summit, especially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, United States of America, People’s Republic of China, Republic of Korea, Japan and Singapore.

“It is significant to recall that His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari had reiterated the need for a démarche between the parties involved towards the peaceful denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula in his speech at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly in New York, in September, 2017, which is in line with Nigeria’s foreign policy objectives.”

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