Monday, 9 September 2013

There will be bloodshed if Jonathan loses in 2015, says Asari-Dokubo

Former militant and leader of the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force (NDPVF), Mujahid Asari-Dokubo, on Sunday declared that President Goodluck Jonathan's presidential ambition in 2015 was already settled, as his Niger Delta compatriots would not succumb to any force opposed to its full actualization.

There would be blood in the streets if Mr. Jonathan is not re-elected president in the 2015 election, the militant leader threatened.

"The way things are going, there is no sitting on the fence in the battle before us," Mr. Asari-Dokubo said. "When some people say they have a right to rule and others don't have, then there is no sitting on the fence. All of us will have to be in the ring and fight. We cannot leave Goodluck (Jonathan) alone.

"My support for Jonathan will be biased, because charity begins at home. Monkey no fine, but im mama like am. Goodluck, na my person. 2015 is already a settled matter. Goodluck Jonathan would be President in 2015.

"Whether they contest or they don't. If they say the blood of the dogs and the baboons will be soaked in the streets, or salt water in the streets, we will help them in blood in the streets."

Asari-Dokubo who went further to accuse Ibrahim Babangida and Olusegun Obasanjo, as "agents provocateur", who are fueling the crisis by declaring that they do not want Jonathan to run in the 2015 elections.

He also described Gov Rotimi Amaechi as "a traitor to the collective aspirations of the people of Rivers State,"

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