Asari to Rivers governor: I’ll deal with you if you dare me


Alhaji Dokubo Asari has boldly told Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State that if he does anyhow, he will see anyhow.

Asari said this in Abuja on Thursday in reaction to the marching order given to the military by Fubara to clampdown on Asari’s men within the Kalabari axis of the state.

Recall that the governor, while playing host to the new GOC, 6 Division of the Nigerian Army, Maj. Gen. Jamal Abdussalam at the Government House, Port Harcourt, Fubara charged the military to dislodge non state actors, brandishing arms as well as their training camp in the Degema LGA of the state.

If such order is to be carried out, it means Asari’s men who are securing the Emohua/Kalabari Road will be affected.

Asari said, “we are on our own, Fubara is looking for our trouble. However, if the governor does anyhow, he will see anyhow.

“If Fubara dares me, I will give him Woto Woto,” as he puts it in Pidgin English.

Asari added that where was Fubara when the detained Nnamdi Kanu placed N100 million bounty on his predecessor’s head, Nyesom Wike?

“During the rigged election that puts Fubara, in Government House, we had the power to tumble the election but we didn’t because we don’t want people to die. Let me remind the governor that he (Fubara) is nobody,” Asari said.