The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) campaign organization spokesman, Femi Fani-Kayode recently claimed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) party knows where the abducted Chibok girls are, and the party’s leaders would be held responsible if anything happens to the missing girls.
These comments were made by the PDP spokesperson on Sunday, March 8, after Lai Mohammed, APC National Publicity Secretary criticized President Goodluck Jonathan for saying that the dead bodies of the Chibok girls’ would have been publicly displayed if Boko Haram had indeed murdered them.
“Whilst the majority of Nigerians are overjoyed by the fact that the President has given us hope by saying that the girls are still alive. Lai Mohammed and the APC are not happy,” Fani-Kayode said.
“The truth is that they do not want those girls to be found and neither do they care about their welfare or their safety. We say this because this was a man, and a party that complained and protested at the fact that Boko Haram was proscribed by the Federal Government last year,” he added.
“Lai Mohammed proclaimed that the proscription was unjust and unconstitutional. We have always believed that Buhari, Lai Mohammed, Governor Shettima and the APC know far more about the whereabouts of the Chibok girls and the activities of Boko Haram that they have cared to admit,” the PDP spokesperson added.
“Let it be clearly understood that if anything happens to those girls and if they are not produced at the soonest we will hold Lai Mohammed, Buhari and the APC responsible,” Fani-Kayode said.
President Goodluck Jonathan had made the statement during an interview with AIT in an attempt to reassure the girls’ relatives that they would be found alive.