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Political Thug Called Asari Dokubo & His Empty Bloodshed Threats – Joe Igbokwe

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Political Thug Called Asari Dokubo & His Empty Bloodshed Threats – Joe Igbokwe

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Feb 6, 2014 – Political Thug Called Asari Dokubo & His Empty Bloodshed Threats – Joe Igbokwe

We live in interesting times in Nigeria today. Cowards and Villains nobody knew when it mattered most in Nigeria between 1985 and 1998 are the ones terrorising Nigeria today. Lily-livered men without bones who could not raise a voice in the days of locusts are the ones telling us today that they are courageous and strong. Men who are women who could not stand up the way the late Ken Saro-Wiwa stood up to Abacha regime are now the common fools abusing our nationhood.

Now enter Asari Dokubo, the emergency activist, the only bold one in Nigeria, the man stronger than all the armies of Nigeria. Nigeria can never change. Some of the things we accused Northern Military leaders of doing from 1985 to 1998 are repeating themselves today in Nigeria. Sectional Politics, Ethnic preoccupation, Mediocrity, Favouritism and impunity are driving leadership in Nigeria today.

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When the good man, the late President Umaru Yar’Adua was hospitalised and could not continue in office in his capacity as the president many raised their voices to call for President Jonathan to be sworn in but the coward and opportunist Asari Dokubo did not threaten fire and brimstone. Today Asari Dokubo, the school dropout has become the defender and strong pillar of the President. Asari Dokubo has been making provocative and irresponsible statements abusing everybody who does not share his ideas and sentiments. He has threatened bloodshed and war times without number and yet he continues to walk the street as a free man. Others from other sections of the country have been picked up and detained for doing the same thing Asari Dokubo is doing today. Mallam el-Rufai was detained in Awka for going to witness Anambra Guber elections. Mallam el-Rufai was also questioned recently by SSS for saying that there may be bloodshed if we mess up with 2015 elections.

Asari Dokubo and Chief Edwin Clark may think they are helping President Goodluck Jonathan but in actions and deeds they are creating big problems for the President. Nigerians know that President Goodluck Jonathan has empowered Asari Dokubo, Chief Edwin Clark and others in such a way that they are now multi-billionaires. The world knows that Asari Dokubo and Clark have never had it so good. No wonder both of them are now planning to set up a university each. But success is supposed to be managed. Asari Dokubo and his co-traveller Chief Edwin Clark lack the capacity and the common sense that this is the time for consultations with other Nigerians and not confrontation. Both lack the discipline to consider the feelings of other Nigerians at a time like this. One understands the politics of tribes in Nigeria very well and both have the right to support one of their own but thinking in terms of other people is the way to go for the sake of unity, peace and harmony.

I blame the past presidents of Nigeria for depending so much on crude oil instead of developing other sectors of the economy. Japan has no oil and yet is a world power today. Singapore has no oil and yet it is one of the best countries in the world today. Nigeria can do without oil if and only if we can have a thinking and creative leader. The world today is thinking of what is in our heads and not what is underground. Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Ford Motors, Toyota, Mercedes, Intel, Twitter, Panasonic, KIA, Hyundai etc. are not oil companies. Asari please take notice that the world is moving away from crude oil.

Asari Dokubo in his stupidity thinks that President Jonathan will be installed into office in 2015 by executive fiat. No sir! It is going to be decided through the ballot box and I know that politics is a game of numbers. We may have been writing Presidential election results in the past but Asari Dokubo must put it in his head that votes will count in 2015. Everybody’s eyes are wide open now and woe betide any crook that will want to do something funny in 2015.

Again we must register into the consciousness of every Nigerian that it is not a must that every President in Nigeria must get eight years in office. The reason why elections are conducted every four years is for the electorate to have the liberty to change a bad leader or to re-elect a good leader. A leader that lacks the capacity to perform should not be re-elected.

All things considered, there are many compelling reasons why President Jonathan may not be re-elected in 2015. One is that we have to worry about the feelings of other ethnic groups in a democracy. The unity of this country is very important. If the President is re-elected in 2015 he would have ruled for 10 years in 2019. I do not think it is fair judging from the circumstances that led to President Umaru Yar’Adua’s death in May 2010. Secondly, corruption at the federal level under President Jonathan is alarming and unacceptable. Thirdly, impunity has assumed a frightening dimension under the leadership of President Jonathan. Fourthly, the inability of President Goodluck Jonathan to tackle the problem of insecurity is threatening also. In the midst of plenty our institutions are collapsing with no end in sight. The power sector is still down.

Asari Dokubo must shut up now and hold his peace. The best he can do now is to start moving round the country with the billions President Jonathan has provided for him to canvass for votes for Jonathan. Asari Dokubo cannot continue to preach hate to the Northerners and yet still think they will vote for President Jonathan. I plead that the loquacious Chief Edwin Clark should do the same. This is the only way to help President Jonathan to win in 2015.

[Article by Joe Igbokwe From Lagos]

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16 Comments

  1. Sam Dede

    February 6, 2014 at 6:59 PM

    Confirmed political area founder for President Jonathan

  2. Hamzy

    February 6, 2014 at 8:27 PM

    Thought He denied Nigeria that Benin republic wil be is New country……#wot a Fool behind a Fool#

  3. ngozi

    February 6, 2014 at 9:00 PM

    irrespective of the fact that i do not support incitive comments by asari, but this person is totally wrong in his insinuations. jonathan may be humble but he is not weak. he is better than all the presidents we have had so far. all the mess he is trying to fix were caused by all of you castigating him. so please give him kudos and allow him time to finish what he has started, if others have done like he did then we will not be where we are today. get your facts right hater! joe igbokwe

    • Cassidy

      February 7, 2014 at 2:02 PM

      Yhu’ve spoken well mi dear @Ngozi… A very big kudos to yo’ post cheers.

  4. Fairness

    February 6, 2014 at 9:41 PM

    Thank you Mr. Igbokwe. No “human being” in the real sense of the term would support Mr. Asari. But, are we treated as human beings in Nigeria? See, the situation in Nigeria has really really gone bizarre. If we can be serious with some of these things we are thinking and writing we have to stand up in this nation. Today everyone is regarding Jonathan as weak. That’s funny. Because the dirty politics in Nigeria is so devilish and so inhuman that the old crooks who regard themselves as god-fathers have been pumping all funds they looted from public treasury in sponsoring the disarray you see in Nigeria all in the name of branding Jonathan incapable. And no one is saying anything. Nigerian nation is not a monopoly of any particular people. All these shouting are subtle ways to distract the unsmart. Jonathan never asked for the death of his predecessor. Forget about anyone’s threats. There should be free and fair election. But everyone who loves justice would definitely support Asari IF ANY ATTEMPT IS MADE TO RENDER JONATHAN INELIGIBLE TO CONTEST.

    • Yanky

      February 7, 2014 at 9:08 AM

      Democracy is a game of number thus ASARI and his bullshit can go and rest in laterine pit. I benefit more than you can ever imagine from this administration but is this cut across to million Nigerian youths? NO! many graduates roam the streets with endless hope where the likes of ASARI’S and CLERK’S pockets billion of naira meant for the provision of good health and affordable education for NIGERIANS. Yet as myopic as ASARI supporters could get nothing is wrong with that. If only you know how difficult it is to get a job in NIGERIA today then you would prefer somebody better than JONATHAN to put an end to this racketering and unending corruption as well as impunity in the land. Do not allow your local sentiment becloud your sense of judgement. We all elected JONATHAN to be just to all and not to his sectional enrichment.

    • Cassidy

      February 7, 2014 at 2:25 PM

      Yeah Fairness ðis also sounds gud to ða ear as well….. Lol

  5. courage

    February 6, 2014 at 10:08 PM

    people who are calling Asari a fool for the comment he made is the biggest fool, when Buhari said said that if JONATHAN bcomes the president NIGERIA will be unrest and since then, the country has been unrest by BOKO HARAM. no one questioned him, the SSS didn’t summon him. now pple opened their smelling mouth to criticize Asari. nonsense

  6. ifeanyi

    February 7, 2014 at 8:02 AM

    Am not like surporting asari but what did he said that is unspeakable,the north have been in power for the past years still there making jonathan gorvement ungovernable for him,the northers are selfish.is nigerian for the north,my brother stop critizing asari,during the war they treated us bad but is by gone.let us have one nigerian and live in peace if the north dont want to live in peace with the people of nigeria they should go.that person that is critizing asari is a big fool u are not seeing the way the boko haram are killing people like sardine.and everybody in nigeria know that powerful norther leader are behind them people like buhari,ibb and traditional leader in north,my brother i stand for one nigeria but if the north did not change that bad and evil way my brother is better we divide everybody go is way,i know we the ibo we are bless

  7. Gentle

    February 7, 2014 at 9:28 AM

    Asari, God said I should warn you, becos blessing is not in the hands of man, freedom is not in d hands of man, life is not in d hands of man, all things belong to Jesus, becos d kingdom of God has come with power. Asari be warnd! Joe Igbokwe, the true is not in you!!!

  8. ayoola

    February 7, 2014 at 11:08 AM

    may GOD punish anybody wey wan spoil Nigeria. may HAH punish them

  9. ayoola

    February 7, 2014 at 11:08 AM

    may GOD punish anybody wey wan spoil Nigeria. may JAH punish them

  10. SEYSCHELLES

    February 7, 2014 at 1:47 PM

    Who knows probably Asari Dokubo may have made up his mind to take his last breath in his new fight against the State of Nigeria. The common saying that; It’s good to be cautious power does not slip into the hands of nonnetity poor rural folk, otherwise he’ll get drunk by it is very true of Asari Dokubo. No single individual or ethnic group has in history fought a state and succeeded, Check the history of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Biafra, Tuareg in Mali, Gbagbo in Cote I’vore, Senegal etc. you can only slow down development but at the end of the day you’ll pay with the life of your ethnic group. There are history next door Nigerian Eastern States to learn from. Unfortunately for Asari Dokubo the Ijaw tribe he belongs is so negligible and can pose no threat to Nigerian fire power. The leaders of his Ijaw nation better learn from recent history and call Asari Dokubo to order not to bite more than he can chew.

  11. T-boy

    February 7, 2014 at 5:29 PM

    I pray that one day the youth in this corrupt county will rise against these corrupt selfish northern who think they can threaten this nation with bloodshed. Come to think of it, the northerners started this fight by letting Nigerians know that they can kill for power which is the origin of book haram . so its time for the southerners to let them know that they are not scared of them and they can also kill to protect their right. They want to threaten Jonathan to chicken out for 2015 general election. He has the right to contest!!. Jonathan administration is very transparent now we know how these politicians’ loot our money and how they stole all the oil wells. have you ever seen an hausa graduate looking for job in this county? the answer is NO. but we have thousands of southern graduate trecking looking for jobs every where. please lets wake up. you guys should leave Asari Dokubo alone. let him face these northerners since the rest of us are cowards

  12. Pakino

    February 8, 2014 at 3:59 AM

    @ Ngozi, are u alright? done very well in what aspect of governance? In our economy, Electricity, security or in Education sector? pls spare me that, give him kudos my foot…

  13. mdoseni

    February 8, 2014 at 8:30 AM

    pakino or whatever u called ursef…ppl lyk u cnt even ctrl ur household nt 2 talk of d envron. b4 d community in general. d privilege each nd evry 1 of us ve in using d media makin us 2 advertize our stupidity in evry where.ur fada,my fada nd our fada do ve negative side in evry story of lyf in whuch u knw.why extravagant ur so-called tym talkin abt oda ppl’s issue instead facin ur,wen u knw,u r nt capable of if i may ask?…dnt b rile.

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