These people always talk of war as if is a game....when the war they crave for arrives i am very sure they we also be the 1st to run to ghana.
Niger Delta ex-militant leader, Mujarhedeen Asari-Dokubo, has given what he calls his conditions for peace as the race for the 2015 presidential election enters its critical stage.
Asari was invited on thursday by the SSS over his inflammatory remarks on the 2015 presidential election, Asari-Dokubo insisted that he would only maintain the peace on the condition that the federal authorities call the leaders of the main opposition party, All Progressive Congress, APC, to order.
"For me as a person, nobody can take my right to talk from me. But I have assured the SSS that if the other side (opposition) maintains decorum, we too will maintain decorum. If they don’t, we too will not. We must all be treated equally.
"Buhari is not greater than Asari-Dokubo and certainly El- Rufai is not in any way greater than Asari-Dokubo. We must be treated equally before the law. Buhari, El-Rufai and their co-travellers must be called to order by the authorities and they must maintain decorum."
Asari threatened in a chat with National Mirror that Niger Delta militia would make the country ungovernable if President Goodluck Jonathan failed in his yet-to-be announced re-election bid.
Asari-Dokubo, who appeared unperturbed by his latest experience with the SSS, vowed that he would never be intimidated by arrest and detention by the security agencies not to counter opposition leaders and drop the ‘legitimate clamour’ for the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan.
Asa had warned northerners not to contest the highest political office in the country and enjoined the APC to pick its presidential flagbearer from the South/South geopolitical zone.
Warning about the dire consequences for the country if Jonathan was not re-elected, he said: “If it is war the North wants, we are ready for them because Jonathan must complete the mandatory constitutionally allowable two terms of eight years.
“At home, we have regrouped and we have put our people on the alert. In less than one hour, the way we would strike, the world will be shocked."