Published On: Thu, Apr 18th, 2013

Dokubo’s Groups Vow to Crush MEND’s Remnants …Call Uduaghan, Amaechi to Order over Utterances

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By Oghenekevwe Laba
Reacting to recent statement from Okah’s MEND disassociation itself from the planned operation “Babarosa” to repel attack of Boko Haram on Southerners, groups under the aegis of Niger Delta People Salvation Front (NDPSF) and Niger Delta People Volunteer Force (NDPVF) has vowed to fish out and crush the remnants of MEND militias presently operating in the Niger Delta region.
They also call on Governors Rotimi Chibiuke Ameachi and Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan both of Rivers and Delta States respectively to guide against utterances and activities that would suggest otherwise or associate them with destabilization intent in the Niger Delta Area.

The groups who handed over the warning in a joint statement titled, “We shall Mend and Crush Henry Okah Imposter-MEND” signed by the Spokesman of NDPSF and NDPVF Comrade Rex Anighoro Ekiugbo made available to Urhobotoday argued that it is nuisance and senility of unparalleled proportion for the despicable name of the judicially pronounced criminal and terrorist, Henry Okah to be once again thrown up by enemies of the President Goodluck Jonathan Presidency and the Niger Delta in a calculated attempt to birth religious conflagration in the Niger Delta Area.
“Despite spirited denial from a cowardly and faceless surrogate spokesman of Henry Okah, Comrade Timi Azizi on the innocence of a laughable MEND-OKAH, calling for the disassociation of the convicted Henry Okah name from the planned operation Barbarossa and rejecting the Henry Okah code name of Jomo Gbobo, the blind sees clearly that Henry Okah’s remnant remains in circulation in planned sponsored onslaught in the Niger Delta against the Niger Delta Interest.
“It is of note worthy significance therefore, that a MEND largely set up to the extent of advancing the release from detention of Alhaji Mujahid Abubakr Dokubo Asari and the former Governor of Bayelsa State Chief Depriye Alamaseigha but now defunct is now name hijacked by criminal element associates of Henry Okah who like their criminal master are now being used by enemies of the Niger Delta,” the statement disclosed, pointing out that they would join issues with these faceless criminals, fetch them out wherever they are hiding in the Niger Delta and crush them to pieces.
The Groups explained the action is necessitated by the kindergarten show of bravura of the drowning mercenary elements of Henry Okah who issued in the public domain warning threats on their leader, Alhaji Mujahid Abubakr Dokubo Asari claiming that they would come after him soon.
“While it would have been a blank cheque incentive to ignore these infantile rascals for lack of history, it has become a responsibility to ensure that the baboons are taken to the zoo. For even Henry Okah knows our unassailable landmarks in the Niger Delta struggle. Landmarks he and his cohorts strove abysmally and dismally to blackmail and erode.
“We wish to make it pellucid, that never again shall fools suffer gladly, Henry Okah remains a villain and a reactionary element in the annals of the Niger Delta Struggle, A gun running merchant and Machiavellian who introduced criminality and monetization into the struggle while our leader was in detention. His satanic remnants who are now been sponsored by enemies of the Niger Delta for destabilization intent must be taken to task. Today Henry Okah is deservedly where he belongs.
“We at the Niger Delta People Salvation Front cum Niger Delta People Volunteer Force(NDPSF/NDPVF) call also on Governors Rotimi Chibiuke Ameachi and Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan both of Rivers and Delta States respectively to watch it closely and guide against utterances and activities that will suggest otherwise or associate them with destabilization intent in the Niger Delta Area,” the Groups advised.

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