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Buhari’ S Victory May Send Us Back To The Creeks – Asari - Dokubo by Yasirarafat: 12:07pm On Jun 15, 2015
An ex-militant, Mujahid Asari-Dokubo, who had
once vowed that he and his colleagues would wreak
havoc if Jonathan lost the election has said they
may be forced to return to the creeks now that
President Goodluck Jonathan has been defeated.
Asari-Dokubo pointed out that the voting pattern
showed that the South-West and the North ganged
up again the South-South and South-East geo-
political zone.
In a statement by his spokesperson, Rex Anighoro,
Asari-Dokubo said it was unfair that the
minorities were being emasculated by the majority
ethnic groups. He expressed fear that the
government of the President-elect, Muhammadu
Buhari, would be vicious.
“The conditions that advanced the need to embrace
the creeks have been sadly re-energised, it is clear
that a vicious government who may maim and
murder the voice of the so called minorities may
have just been birthed.
“Indeed integration is nonexistent as regional gang
ups and supremacy is symbolic with this victory.”
Although he praised President Goodluck Jonathan
for being a true statesman in accepting defeat
gracefully, he reminded Nigerians that it was the
struggle of the militants that led to Jonathan’s
presidency. But the struggle was never about him.
“While President Jonathan enjoys his moments and
basks in the euphoria of a now world renowned
statesman having congratulated Muhammadu
Buhari, we must quickly be reminded that our
struggle was never about Jonathan or about the
presidency.
“President Jonathan was a beneficiary of our
struggle, our sweat and blood that many bled and
died for, he was never in the struggle and he can
never wish away our collective march forward for
statesmanship.
“Yes indeed to an extent he was a mitigating factor
in self determination pursuit as we went on
sabbatical, this mitigation he seem to have willingly
repudiated. The days coming will be critical, we
shall study all the conditions and consult widely
before determining the way going forward for our
collective existence and survival as a people. The
days coming shall either drive the quest of
integration or further separate us,” Asari-Dokubo
said.
He said now that the South-South has lost the
presidency, ex-militants would meet to decide the
next line of action.


what Action do u think this Asari would take on buhari and nigeria

Re: Buhari’ S Victory May Send Us Back To The Creeks – Asari - Dokubo by kodded(m): 12:10pm On Jun 15, 2015
#swallow spit ...
Re: Buhari’ S Victory May Send Us Back To The Creeks – Asari - Dokubo by Nobody: 12:17pm On Jun 15, 2015
SW and others did not ganged against anytribe. they voted for the interest of this country, unlike some people that doesnt belong to d country but made their own selves a Captive/Slaves of Nigeria.

Spits on them.

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