Leader of the Opposition, Arnhim Eustace, is asking questions about the location of bodies exhumed from the cemetery at Argyle to make way for the construction of the international airport there.
“I want to know whether all those persons whose bodies were removed up there, whether those bodies have been buried and whether they are being stored anywhere else, and, if so, where are they being stored and how long you want to continue to store them,” Eustace told a rally of the main opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) in Layou Saturday night.
“I want an answer for that question. I have a reason for asking that question,” he told party supporters.
“I want an answer to that question. Where are those bodies that were removed at Argyle? I want to know where they are. Have they all been buried or are any of them stored anywhere. I want to know the answer to that question.
“This thing has been going on for years,” he said of the airport, which has been under construction for eight years.
“I want to know if all those bodies are already buried. I want to know, and I am asking the question for a good reason; good, good reason,” he said.