"Between Asari Dokubo and Nnamdi Kanu, who is Cleaner?" Onyeji Nnaji


I feel relieved revisiting the "Chicken Feed" Sagar of the former militant leader, Asari Dokubo, because of how transparent this man had been. This clarifies the popular saying by Bingaman that, "The more people know nothing about us is the better we become". I never knew much about Asari Dokubo; so, I had eulogized him as the Biafran hero he had never been.
Recall that in 2019, this clown challenged Nnamdi Kanu, stating categorically that the "Igbo were Ijaw slave". I felt challenged personally because he said what has never been heard in history. Unfortunately for Asari, he has the most jaundiced history ever I have met in the discussion African migrations. See the page above for my findings.
I am aware that you know and still remember the event depicted on the picture above. It was the scene where Asari took an oath against Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. There are certain unique information worthy of note here:
(1) Asari said that, though he demanded some millions from Kanu, Kanu did not give him any Mony to train IPOB DSS. By implication, Asari is invariably saying that he had never betrayed anybody or trade Biafran struggle for money , whatsoever amount notwithstanding.
(2) Asari said that Nnamdi Kanu was not clean and that Kanu should be informed that his days are numbered and he will soon be exposed. 
I wish to announce here that, as at today (6th August, 2020), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is still clean. It is on record that Nnamdi Kanu had been given promises and lured with money to digress over his quest for the emergence of the long expected glorious nation, Biafra, and he turned them down; faced hard times as soldiers invaded his house; lost mother and father for this struggle, yet he is prepared for death other than betraying his followers.
Now, Asari's confirmation of his involvement in the NDDC corruption is here to tell us that the man we used to know is no longer the Asari. Asari became the unclean man who sat at the temple to condemn the publican in his prayers. For a freedom fighter to join others to reap his adherents off is quite pathetic! Read the NDDC 81 billion scandal as exposed by Godswill Obot Akpabia to see that Asari did not deny his involvement in the continuous degradation of the Niger Delta, his own home.

Asari Dokubo's "Chicken Feed" and the NDDC Scandal

What is trending in the name of former Niger Delta militant, El-Hadj Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, is the alleged N81 billion scandal at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).  Asari is leader of the Niger Delta People’s Salvation Force.
In a rather wild and insensate reaction to mind-boggling allegations of sleaze, by Niger Deltans, against the Niger Delta, Asari made it clear that the alleged amount, numbing and mind-boggling as it is, is mere “pick-pocketing”, compared to what other non-Niger Delta natives allegedly steal from the Niger Delta.  What crap!
Even assuming without conceding that were true, is Asari claiming it’s okay for Niger Delta sons and daughters to steal their own blind, while railing and pointing fingers at non-natives, who commit the same crime?
Big or small, does Asari even realize every stolen kobo, from that troubled region, helps to further under-develop the area; and sentence the majority there to penury, squalor and disease?  So, natives are excused to do that?  Again, what arrant crap!  Does this son of the soil love his native land at all?
Let’s even consider Asari’s rogue (il)logic, which he perhaps had hoped would snare the deluded native, to who hell is always “other people” — to again parody French existentialist philosopher and playwright, Jean-Paul Sarte.
Okay, our folks are stealing — and so what?  Do you expect me (thank God he didn’t use the Shakespearean royal “we”, to complete the full emptiness of that statement!) to chase after those pick-pockets, when “alien” robber barons are pillaging my land?
That rogue emotion can only impress the naive; for between the pick-pocket and big-time robber, stealing is stealing.  The principle is the same.  Still, the fraudulent nativism in this declaration (whether earnest or as Freudian slip) is well and truly prodigal!
Does Asari’s standpoint then symbolize how low Niger Deltans, as loud as they are on “restructuring” and “resource control”, think of their ravaged region?  Or was it some Asari ashen face to cover the smouldering coal of shame and embarrassment he really feels, at the itchy fingers of his co-natives in NDDC?
Restructuring!  Well, to the loud orchestra that think restructuring is some magic bullet, a jab of which straightens every crooked stuff, here would appear cold reality check.  Yeah, you need to restructure the polity, from the current cost centres to profit centres.  But before that,  even more imperative is a radical restructuring of attitude and mindset.
Even if you “restructure” and Asari and co’s mind remains as it is (the one that sees no big deal in natives stealing their region blind; the other whose alleged greed generated the NDDC scandal), how can that troubled region benefit from any political reform, no matter how sweeping?
But again, that’s a troubling metaphor that applies to every part of the country, particularly those who think unbridled nativism is alternative to rigorous thinking and positive attitudinal shift.
Nevertheless, to Asari, from Hardball: next time keep quiet, if you lack something reasonable to say.  Even without its contemptible arrogance, the Asari remark is  insensitive to the majority Niger Delta poor and a grave insult to other conscientious Nigerians.


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