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Published On: Sun, Dec 23rd, 2012

Hospitalized Ijaw leader, Evah Mourns Azazi

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The Coordinator of Ijaw Monitoring Group (IMG) Comrade Joseph Evah currently receiving treatment in Dubai hospital has paid tribute to the late former National Security Adviser, General Owoye Azazi.
Speaking from Dubai hospital, the former Publicity Secretary of Ijaw National Congress (INC) who campaigned rigorously against the removal of Azazi as National Security Adviser because of Boko Haram bombing before he was eventually removed by President Goodluck Jonathan called on International Aviation experts under a global body to probe the accident.

According to Evah “I’m a very sad man today and I know this tragedy has plunged Niger Delta into mourning. There are no words to express the sadness of this unthinkable tragedy. This news is just awful and unbearable at festival period like this. How best can I describe this calamity. It is Niger Delta horrific Christmas gift.”
The Niger Delta Activist who once threatened to drag President Goodluck Jonathan to court over Azazi’s removal as NSA further said “Azazi is a blessing to our generation in the Niger Delta. We are proud that our region produces one of the finest world class military officers. I hope President Jonathan will think twice over the tragedy.”
“Whether he like it or not Gen. Azazi regular shadow around Jonathan government whether he was inside or outside government was a torn on the flesh of all messengers of security threat against this government and now that Azazi shadow has vanished without trace we are in raw trouble.”
As he concluded by saying “Jonathan must reconnect himself with the Nigerian masses like the situation before the 2011 election in order to protect his government. He must come out from the grip of the greedy and sycophants that has held him to their selves.”

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