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And The Threat Goes On As Tompolo Insist 'Hell' Should GEJ lose

Source: Titilope Adeuja/Nigeriafilms.com

The threat that Nigeria will break up after the 2015 February elections from ex-militant leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), Government Ekpemupolo (aka Tompolo) still stands regardless of the no-violence pact signed by the ruling party and opposition party chief aspirants.

In the words of the Media Adviser, Mr Paul Bebenimibo to Tompolo, Tompolo stated that the threat comes from the call of arrest of the ex-war lords by a former general of the Nigerian Army.

"Who is Gen. Danjuma if not for the oil wealth he is enjoying from the Niger Delta? He should be rather arrested for being behind terrorism in the North. Where was Danjuma when Mallam Ciroma Adamu threatened to make Nigeria ungovernable, if President Jonathan defeated the All Progressive Congress Presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammedu Buhari?

"Where was this so called statesman when the APC campaign Director General (DG), Mr. Rotimi Ameachi threatened to form a parallel government if President Jonathan wins the 2015 elections? Where was this hypocrite when Dr. Junaid Muhammed, Muhammedu Buhari and Atiku Abubakar all said in separate interviews that the nation will boil if Jonathan won the election in 2011?

"Is it the interest of Nigeria Gen. Danjuma is protecting or his oil bloc in the Niger Delta? Is it the interest of Nigeria Danjuma is protecting or his 50 million dollars donation to Gen. Buhari for his campaign? Let Gen. Danjuma and his cohorts know that they will not see any Ijaw man, the Igbos and others to fight on their side if the war that they are planning broke up.”

In the same vein, the spokesman of the Ijaw Youth Council, Eric Omare backed the statement of Tompolo, "We are surprised that General Danjuma swiftly called for the arrest of Tompolo, Asari and other Niger-Deltans, whereas he has neither condemned nor called for the arrest of those who have been consistently attacking the convoy of President Jonathan in the northern part of the country. General Danjuma's call is not deserving of an elder statesman who is supposed to be unbiased rather than his obvious bias against the Niger-Delta people."


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