Asari Dokubo, his entourage, Niger Delta PVF flaunt RPG, other Dangerous Weapons (Watch Video)

Asari Dokubo

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Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force display RPG, other Weapons In a viral Video. 

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The leader of the Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, and his consorts were recorded walking to an event on Saturday. Asari was dressed entirely in traditional garb, surrounded by armed men, and singing in praise.

People have been talking about the viral video that Cidi Dabo posted on Facebook in which Asari Dokubo and his men can be seen brandishing RPGs and other dangerous weapons. Asari is a native of Rivers State, has been accused of serving as a spokesperson for various agitators in the oil-rich Niger Delta.

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Asari-Dokubo, formerly Melford Dokubo Goodhead Jr. and typically referred to simply as Asari, is a major political figure of the Ijaw ethnic group in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Wikipedia
Born: 1 June 1964 (age 58 years), Buguma
Nationality: Nigerian
Education: University of Calabar, Calabar (1990), Rivers State University
Parents: Melford Goodhead Snr, Bekinware Goodhead
Siblings: Boma Dokubo.


Meanwhile, the recent uptick in terrorist attacks in Abuja has renewed security concerns in the nation’s major cities over the large number of foreigners without legal status who are primarily employed as guards and other domestic workers.

Such foreigners, according to locals and security experts, could be used as simple tools by terrorists.

Our reporters’ investigation revealed that the concentration of aliens is particularly noticeable in the affluent areas of Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu, and Kaduna.

For instance, many of the homes’ gates are manned by such foreigners in Lekki, Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Banana Island, Ikeja GRA, and Magodo in Lagos, as well as Maitama, Asokoro, and Guzape in Abuja.

The majority of the unfinished and under construction homes in those areas are also occupied by them.

People on a particular street typically congregate in groups to talk or eat when it is less busy.


A few of the foreigners work as maids and other household help. However, it can be challenging to identify them because many of them speak pidgin or mediocre English, have accents resembling those heard in some regions of Nigeria, and appear to have assimilated Nigerian culture.

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