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Dokubo Asari:Nigeria should prepare for war.We will cut them (northerners) off from the world

Northerners would count many losses if the war should start, Dokubo- Asari has confirmed. This is just as he called for the dissolution of Jonathan-led government so as to give way for the convocation of a sovereign national conference, where every ethnic nationality would form a new government.

Dokubo-Asari defended the declaration of secession by the Ogoni people while addressing a press conference in Abuja, during a meeting with youths of the Niger Delta.

“In this issue of Boko Haram, the North will lose. We are just waiting; they will push us to an extent where we will tell Jonathan that you are on your own. But what will happen will be unimaginable in the history of the world.
“We will cut them (northerners) off from the world. We are capable of doing it. There will be no food and they will pay dearly for their actions. This war, as I am talking, is no joke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“When the war starts, other ethnic groups like the Yoruba and Igbo will tell the North that they are on their own.

If anything happens to Goodluck Jonathan, the world will know, he said.

Boko haram sect  is un-Islamic, and the type of bomb they throw is small pikin bomb. If we begin throwing bomb, nobody will stay in Abuja, We don’t manufacture bombs, but we buy bombs and dynamites.I started armed struggle in the Niger Delta. It was because of Jonathan that we quit.

Dokubo-Asari stated further that the Jonathan-led administration had failed the people, adding that “a time will come, if he does not change, that our people will say, Goodluck, you are on your own. He has the power and moral authority to convene a sovereign national conference. He must correct the 55 years of injustice against us.”

On the face-off between former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida and the Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark over the Boko Haram menace, Dokubo-Asari said Babangida and a former head of state, Major-General Muhammadu had no hands in the crisis.

“I want to be fair to IBB and Buhari on the Boko Haram crisis. They have nothing to do with it and cannot do anything about it. But the fact remains that the political elite class of which IBB and Buhari belongs has not been able to address the problem of Boko Haram.

“They cannot do anything because nobody wants to commit suicide. The Boko Haram people are just killing themselves but they cannot kill us,” he said.

While agitating for a state police, he faulted the amnesty programme of the Federal Government which, he said, amounted to bribery and blackmail.

“The amnesty deal is a bribe. I did not partake in the programme. The programme will not work, because it amounts to criminalising people. Amnesty was just a bribe for the oil to flow,” he said.






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