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Civil War: Mohammadu Buhari Committed Genocidal Atrocities

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Mohammadu Buhari standing to the left... inside the then Biafra in Owerri. Buhari led a group of soldiers into villages of Nsukka and Abagana to kill women,  children and the sick
Mohammadu Buhari standing to the left… inside the then Biafra in Owerri. Buhari led a group of soldiers into villages of Nsukka and Abagana to kill women, children and the sick

The former military dictator in the person of Malam Mohammadu Buhari may have hoped to present himself for the presidential race under the banner of All Progressive Congress [APC] without the public scrutiny of his backgrounds and its implications to the generality of the common well being of a diversified people.

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Recent information made available to 247ureports.com reveals that Malam Buhari may have committed grave genocidal atrocities during the Nigerian invasion of the Biafra nation between 1967 and 1970. According to the revelation, the battle for  Nsukka, Abagana, Nkpor Junction inside Biafra was headed largely by the then young Buhari. During the battle, Buhari’s men – under the instruction of Buhari – commenced the torching of villages occupied by harmless children, women and the sickly. At the end of the massacre, the soldiers began jubilation that “Nnewi is next“.

It was following these genocidal attacks that the then leader of the war against Biafra, General Gowon revealed that his men head killed three million [3 million] Biafrans. He made the public statement touting the courageousness of his soldiers. But the numerical strength of the Biafran military numbered below 50,000 men – which then calls to question who the Nigerian soldier had killed since the Biafran soldiers did not number up to 3 million.

To this extent, affected groups have come to ask for an unreserved apology from General Buhari for the role he may have played in the killing of children and women in the invasion of Biafra.

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