Asari Dokubo: Only one man can be Gov of Rivers State at a time, We would not have two Govs at a time

Asari Dokubo: Only one man can be Gov of Rivers State at a time, We would not have two Govs at a timeVanguard reports that Muhajid Asari Dokubo, the leader of the Niger Delta Volunteer Force, has urged the outgoing chairmen of the 23 Local Government Areas in Rivers State to accept their three-year term’s expiration and resign. On the fringes of the 2024 Eid-el-Kabir celebrations in Port Harcourt, Dokubo delivered this speech, stressing that trying to prolong their term would be against the Nigerian Constitution.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In his lyrics, Abdulkareem alleges that Pastor Adeboye exhibited hypocrisy by vocally opposing poor governance during the tenure of former President Goodluck Jonathan but has now shifted to labeling Nigeria’s issues as spiritual under President Bola Tinubu. This, the rapper suggests, is a significant departure from Adeboye’s previous activism.

The rapper calls on the clergyman to organize a one-million-man protest against Tinubu’s government, mirroring his stance during Jonathan’s presidency. Abdulkareem’s message implies a demand for consistency in holding leaders accountable, regardless of the administration in power.

Through ‘Emilokan,’ Abdulkareem emphasizes the need for influential voices like Pastor Adeboye’s to continue speaking truth to power, especially in times of widespread hunger and hardship. His lyrics challenge the religious leader to maintain the same level of activism and public engagement he once demonstrated.

He said: “Where our daddy, Pastor Adeboye? During Goodluck Jonathan[‘s regime], your voice was so loud. You even vowed to stage a one-million-man march. Hunger and hardship under Tinubu government, you say Nigeria get spiritual problems.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>