Asari Dokubo, a former Niger Delta militant, spoke out amidst the presidential tribunal hearing in Abuja. He stated that Nigerians have already made their decision on who their president should be, referring to Bola Ahmed Tinubu's victory in the presidential election.
Dokubo went on to defend Tinubu's achievements, stating that his opponents cannot show an equivalent of what he has accomplished. He criticized those who speak negatively about Tinubu, stating that they are talking "rots" without any basis.
In his words... "They cannot show an equivalent of what Bola Tinubu has achieved, and yet they open their mouths to talk rots. We are here , they beat up their party chairman, Apapa, the other day, and they harassed a SAN in court today. This people you see here, they are not playing, we have big credibility"
Overall, Dokubo's speech at the tribunal hearing was a defense of Tinubu's administration and a warning to those who oppose him. He spoke with conviction and confidence, emphasizing the strength of Tinubu's supporters and their determination to see him succeed.
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