$25bn NNPC Contract Scandal: Osinbajo Now Has Ph.D In Lying, Asari Dokubo Says, “Resign In Honour, You’ll Not Die Of Hunger” (VIDEO)



Freedom fighter and former Niger Delta militant, Mujaheed Asari Dokubo has called Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo a great liar, as he criticized what he saw as his attempt to “abet” the stealing of public funds.

Mr. Dokubo was referring to the bogus contracts worth billions of dollars, which the Minister of State for petroleum resources, Ibe Kachikwu alleged were awarded by the NNPC GMD, Maikanti Baru without due process.

In the video shared on Youtube on Friday, Dokubo mocked the Vice President, asking him what kind of school him went to when he does not have pride. He said Mr. Osinbajo now has PhD in lying.

“What kind of pastor are you?” he asked the vice president. Dokubo stated that God will not forgive the VP unless he comes before the people he lied to and confessed his sins. “Running to General Overseer to confess, would not suffice,” he said.

The former militant also said that President Muhammadu Buhari has fallen into the hole he dug for former president Goodluck Jonathan. He claimed that from the kind of stealing that is now going on under Buhari’s watch, ex-minister of petroleum resources, Deziani Alison-Madueke now looks like a learner in corruption.

Dokubo asked, if people close to the president are all thieves, Buhari what are you? “Show me your friends and I’ll tell you what you are.”

Recall that there were conflicting reports of Osinbajo’s alleged approval of NNPC contracts worth N640 billion while Buhari was away on medical leave in London.

In a statement by his Media aide, Laolu Akande, Osinbajo had admitted that he approved some contracts for the NNPC but later clarified that it was loan agreements he approved and not oil contracts.

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  1. Asari Dokubo sadly is the personification of the looting and blatant stealing of our commonwealth under Jonathan & co.
    Each time I see and hear the likes of Dokubo talk, I wonder when sanity will come to berth in my country.
    But I don’t need to wonder, the sanity train has started moving already from the developed parts of the world to Nigeria, my only sorrow is that I wish it can move faster to reach Nigeria.
    But whether moving slowly or fast, it will get here one day. I hope you and I are still around to witness this momentous arrival when the troublers of our nation in the past are brought to book.


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