I Don’t know the price of a bullet or price of a gun, I am not in any cult – According to Ex-Governor Dickson

Seriake Dickson, a former governor of Bayelsa, recently addressed the problem of politicians in the Niger Delta region deploying goons for political benefit. He made a point of separating himself from such activities, stressing that community building, prayer, and development are the three main pillars of his politics. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Dickson stated unequivocally in a video posted on YouTube by Arise TV that he neither knows the cost of bullets nor condones violence. Rather, he concentrates on providing for his people via practical labour and significant involvement.

In Dickson’s words: “I don’t know the price of a bullet, I don’t know the price of a gun, I am not in any cult or encourage people to do that. Everybody knows my politics is built firstly on the work we do, the connection we establish with our people, and then prayers. I know what I went through in the 2015 general elections, even when I was preparing and overseeing what turned out to be a very turbulent transition in 2019. Over 25 people were slaughtered in broad daylight in Nembe, I called off the rally I was to attend”. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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