UPDATE: Asari Dokunbo Speaks On Tinubu Leading Jihad

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Asari Dokunbo, a Niger Delta militant and loyalist, has stated that rumours alleging President-elect Bola Tinubu would lead a Jihad in Nigeria are false.

Dokunbo questioned why Tinubu would carry out such a deed when he was the governor of Lagos State for eight years.

He argued that because President-elect Tinubu’s wife, Remi Tinubu, is a Christian, he would not do such an act.

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Speaking via a Facebook Live, Dokubo said: “Tinubu’s wife is a Christian, and his children are Christians. ‘He is going to lead Jihad’. He did not lead Jihad in Lagos for eight years; it is now he is going to lead Jihad.

“Tinubu graciously brought Ambode in to rule a state, Muslims have been governors; a Muslim-Muslim ticket had won the governorship. Muslims did not complain.”

Several Nigerians living in America have obtained authorization from the US Department of the Interior to hold a protest against the outcome of Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential election, which was held on February 25.

The convener, Franklin Ekechukwu, stated that the demonstration is intended to convey their unhappiness and rejection of the election.

During their protest in Washington, DC on Monday, April 3, 2023, the organization will also present their Visa restriction list to the White House, US Congress, and State Department.

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Franklin Ekechukwu, said, “Nigerian election was conducted on February 25, 2023, the institution that conducted the election did not follow their guideline nor rule of law in accordance with democratic principles.

“We in the diaspora are demonstrating to call the attention of the US government and Biden administration to not recognise the projected winner.”

The demonstration is slated for April 3, 2023, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Lafayette Park, opposite the White House, with an estimated 100 participants.


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