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Call Clark, Asari-Dokubo to order, Tsav, Shuluwa tell Jonathan

By The Citizen


As stakeholders of the ruling People's Democratic Party, PDP, intensify efforts to resolve the crisis rocking the party, a founding father of the party, Chief Abu King Shuluwa, has urged President Goodluck Jonathan to tame the duo of Chief Edwin Clark and Asari Dokubo from making inciting and inflammatory statements.

This came on the heels of a similar statement yesterday in Makurdi by former Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, who also cautioned that the duo should be called to order.

Tsav said: 'Our soldiers fought to keep Nigeria as one, during which many lost their lives, where was Asari Dokubo? He cannot and should never destroy a house which he did not partake in building.

'Asari Dokubo has no monopoly of violence, unfortunately Nigeria is a country where the enforcement of law is discriminatory in favour of government and party thugs; that is why anyone on the payroll of government can threaten to unleash bloodbath in the country and security agencies are doing nothing about such threats.'


Asari Dokubo
'I urge President Goodluck Jonathan and Chief Edwin Clark for whom Asari Dokubo is working to tame him and call him to order; while I call on former Presidents Ibrahim Babangida, Olusegun Obasanjo and other eminent Nigerians not to withdraw from the ongoing peace talks.'

Meanwhile, PDP stalwart, Chief Shuluwa, in a similar statement, wondered why Asari Dokubo, an ex- militant who is supposed to remain in the creek, should be opening his mouth wide to insult the intelligence of Nigerians and declaring Alhaji Atiku Abubakar a persona-non-grata in the country that belonged to all Nigerians.

'Unfortunately, even Clark has turned the issue of Presidency to an Ijaw fight. Where were they in 2011 when Nigerians trooped out in their numbers to vote in a Nigerian President, not an Ijaw President?'

'These people's utterances are becoming unwarranted. Is this the first time the minority in Nigeria is producing the President of the country,  he asked.