Reactions to Hamza Al-Mustapha’s globbledegook in court on the assassination of Kudirat Abiola, wife of MKO Abiola, the deceased winner of the June 12, 1993, presidential election.
Whatever he is saying now is mere diversionary tactics and grandstanding. He should face the murder charge of the killing of Kudirat Abiola.
- Olu Akerele,
former personal assistant to Moshood Abiola, trying to puncture the claim by Al-Mustapha that he was present when Abiola died in the villa.
Al-Mustapha is only misusing the freedom of speech we fought to achieve at the expense of our lives to cause chaos.
former secretary of Afenifere, claiming that all the submissions of Abacha’s chief security officer at the court are false.
Some people were asking me recently to tell him to stop before they assassinate him. The truth is that he cannot be killed just like that … there must be some level of truth in what he’s saying.
medical doctor and founder of Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) on the inducement claim made against some Afenifere leaders by Abacha’s former aide and what some disgruntled elements are planning to do.
While I have no reason whatsoever to believe what Al-Mustapha said, I think Abdulsalam Abubakar should voice out over the issue and clear his name. He is the only one who can say whether he gave money as bribe to some people or not but certainly not our leaders who Al-Mustapha is dragging into the issue.
lawyer and front line member of Afenifere, absorbing the Yoruba leaders from the weighty allegations of bribery levelled against them by Al-Mustapha.
It is obvious that the (man) is demented. He is barking up the wrong tree … he needs psychiatric attention.
son of late Chief Bola Ige, castigating Al-Mustapha on the allegation of bribery he levelled against the leaders of Afenifere.
Major Mustapha is a very kind person; he is also a misunderstood person. He loves this country and he is also prepared to serve Nigeria.
counsel to Al-Mustapha, extolling Al-Mustapha’s virtues.
Even if his allegations are taken as facts; telling us that people were to be bought off following the death of MKO Abiola should not distract us from the fact that, however craven such behaviour was, these people did not kill the symbol of the movement. And pertinent to the current court case, these people did not order that his wife Kudirat Abiola, be assassinated.
daughter of MKO Abiola and special adviser to Ogun State governor on MDGs, spelling out what brought Al-Mustapha on trial in spite of his allegations.
Compiled by IDOWU AWOYINFA