Thursday, November 28, 2013

Release Asari-Dokubo Or Be Ready For A Showdown - Militants Tell Benin Republic

Following the arrest of former militant leader, Mujahid Asari-Dokubo, Tuesday, in Benin Republic, the Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, NDPVF, has warned the authorities of the West African nation to free the Niger Delta activist or be ready to face its wrath.

NDPVF issued the warning in Abuja last night, in a statement signed by its leader, Mr. Rex Ekiugbo Anighoro.

Likening the arrest to a kidnap by the authorities, NDPVF said the group was appalled by the unprovoked breach of the fundamental rights of the youth leader.

“We hold this arrest as an absurdity. It is unprovoked and questionable and has been without any reason from the government of Republic of Benin.

“We consider this as a kidnap of our leader by the President of Republic of Benin working with certain opposition figures in Nigeria.

“We hereby make demand on President Yayi Bonni of the Republic of Benin to release, unconditionally and with immediate effect, our leader Alhaji Asari-Dokubo and offer unreserved apology to him for this monumental breach of his rights.

“We call on all the aggrieved youths of Niger Delta to be on red alert and ready for a total showdown and shut down if in the next 48 hours his release has not been made.

“We call on the President of the Nigerian union to mediate on this potential diplomatic row that may lead to an unprecedented conflagration.”

1 comment:

  1. For now, MEND only exists on paper. There are still criminals scattered all over the N'Delta waterways,but MEND does not exist at the moment. It's just a guy who has access to a laptop or an ipad churning out those statements. The only time they 'll regroup is when power goes to any other zone,just like Boko Haram is giving Goodluck Jonathan sleepless nights right now

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