The leader of defunct Niger Delta People Volunteer Force, NDPVF, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as a “Futa Jallon Jihadist” and urged the people of Southern Kaduna to defend themselves against alleged terrorist attacks unleashed on them by Buhari and the state Governor, Mr. Nasir El- Rufai.
In a worsening crisis, triggered by clashes between Fulani herdsmen and Southern Kaduna indigenes, the Catholic Archdiocese of Kafanchan had claimed that no fewer than 800 persons lost their lives recently in Southern Kaduna.
Reacting to the killings there, Dokubo asked minorities in the northern part of the country to mobilise support for people of the area.
This was contained in a statement made available to CHECKPOINTCHARLEY entitled, “BUHARI IS A FUTA JALLON JIHADIST.”
The statement was personally signed and released by his spokesperson, Comrade Rex Anighoro and it reads, “The Muhammadu Buhari and El Rufai enabled ongoing Genocide in Southern Kaduna is a Supremacist and Neo Colonialist Conquest on the minorities of Northern Nigeria and by extension on all Minorities in Nigeria.
“Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo Asari and the Niger Delta People Salvation Front cum Niger Delta People Volunteer Force (NDPSF/NDPVF) call all people of Southern Kaduna to defend them selves and balance the terror foisted on them by Buhari and El Rufai agents.
“We call on all Minorities in the North and across the Nigerian Union to mobilize support for the people of Southern Kaduna earmarked for extermination by the Gambari and Futa Jallon Expansionist.
“Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo Asari and the Niger Delta People Salvation Front cum Niger Delta People Volunteer Force (NDPSF /NDPVF ) stand with the People of Southern Kaduna.”
Since the killings started, the president has remain tight-lipped despite the death of hundreds of people under his watch.
Recall that after the mayhem of 1992 in Zangon Kataf, the then Nigerian leader, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida addressed the nation and threatened that any further incident of violence would be met with emergency powers last used during the Civil War.
He banned some tribal groups and set up a special tribunal to try all suspects arrested in connection with the disturbances.