Former Niger Delta activist, Mujahid Asari Dokubo, has blasted members of the Indigenous People of Biafra for calling him a political thug and bunkering militant.
Dokubo was seen in a video that went viral on Tuesday night addressing the Igbo people as slaves who would have continued to be sold if not for the British government’s intervention.
In the video seen by Dockaysworld, he brandished AK-47 assault rifle guns as he said he was not scared of IPOB and would fight back if attacked.
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The ex-militant said,
“The Igbo people do not know their roots. They don’t have respect for who bought their father. You think every Kalabari man is a Kalabari man.
“See how the Igbo people are dying. They keep saying that I have run away. Look at me; I’m here,” he said.
Recall that Dokubo during a visit to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu said Nnamdi Kanu was a criminal who had a hand in the #EndSARS protests as he called for him to face the music of justice.
Meanwhile, IPOB, through a statement by its media and Publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, said Kanu is not a criminal but has become a political prisoner for championing a sovereign state of Biafra. They had further thrown insults at Dokubo for his utterances.
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This may be Asari Dokubo speaking, but a good listen should tell you he's echoing someone else's voice – connect with his utterances right after his recent visit to the presidency.
There was a time when utterances like this made the waves on Rwandan radio until about 1 million… pic.twitter.com/h6DRzTAjMlADVERTISEMENT
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