Published On: Tue, Dec 25th, 2012

Jonathan Replies Dokuba, Says He is Passing Urine into His own House

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Asari Dokubo under attack


By Our Reporter
The presidency has faulted the leader of the Niger Delta Volunteer Force, Mujaheed Asari-Dokubo, on his recent media statement in which he reportedly said President Goodluck Jonathan may not rule beyond 2015.
Describing the statement as “a load of crap,” presidential spokesperson, Dr Reuben Abati, said Asari-Dokubo’s viewpoint arose from a skewed reasoning that is antithetical to the prevailing dispositions of many Nigerians, the present administration and the president.

It would be recalled that Asari-Dokubo, in an interview, had reasoned that the president may not scale through the next election because gullible people have taken over his administration.
Abati said it was undignifying for the former militant leader to chastise the President ,wondering whether it was wise for Asari-Dokubo to be a member of the house and still stand outside and urinate into the same house.
The presidential spokesman advised Asari-Dokubo to remain faithful to the president, appreciate what he is doing for the country and overlook the seamy side of the activities of those he described as few greedy people who are shielding the president’s kinsmen from having access to him.
According to Abati, Nigerians know Asari-Dokubo as a very strong supporter of the Jonathan administration who has said a lot of positive things about the administration, wondering where things went wrong.
“I read that interview granted by Asari-Dokubo and I was quite surprised that he would talk like that because as he himself admitted in that interview, he is close to government.
“And his interview was full of proverbs. So, I don’t know whether it is a wise thing for you to be a member of the house and then for you to stand outside and urinate into that same house.
” Doing so may serve the purpose of sensationalism and it may please some mischief makers,” Abati

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