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Asari Dokubo blows hot again, accuses President Tinubu of fuelling Rivers political crisis [VIDEO]

Former Niger Delta warlord, Asari Dokubo has accused President Bola Tinubu of fuelling the political crisis in Rivers state.

In a viral video he posted on social media on Monday, Dokubo accused the president of handing Rivers stater to former governor and incumbent FCT minister, Nyesom Wike.

“I advise my friend, President Bola Tinubu; what you are doing to all Ijaw, Ikwerre people in Rivers State. You took Rivers state and gave it one man,” he said.

He claimed that Wike, is “playing god” in the current political crisis that has pitched him against his godson and Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara.

“He is now playing god. It is dead on arrival, all those things that he is doing,” Dokubo said.

In April, Fubara revealed that the administration has raised the monthly Internally Generated Revenue of the state from N12 billion which he met upon assumption of office to N27 billion.

Dokubo described the development as commendable while alleging that the governor only had access to N6 billion when he assumed office.

“The governor had come out to say that the IGR for Rivers State is now N25bn up from N12bn. The governor is even being economical with the truth. When the governor came in, they were giving him a paltry sum of N6bn,” he said.

Watch the video below:

The article was originally published on Politics Nigeria.

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