Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video – The Ijaw ethnic group in the Nigerian Niger Delta is represented politically by Asari-Dokubo, formerly Melford Dokubo Goodhead Jr. and more often known as Asari.

Asari Dokubo Bio

NameAsari Dokubo
NicknameAsari
Age59 years
Date Of Birth1 June 1964
ProfessionPolitician
ReligionChristian
NationalityBeninois, Nigerian
BirthplaceBuguma, Nigeria
HometownBuguma, Nigeria
Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Measurement

Height5 Feet 11 inches
Weight76 kgs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Educational Qualifications

SchoolNot Known
College or UniversityUniversity of Calabar, Calabar (1990)
Educational DegreeGraduated
Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Family

FatherMelford Goodhead Snr
MotherBekinware Goodhead
Brother / SisterBoma Dokubo
ChildrenSon: Not Known
Daughter: Not Known
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Asari Dokubo Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Spouse NameNot Known
AffairsNot Known
Asari Dokubo Wikipedia, Biography, Net Worth, Biography, News, Wives, House, Video

Asari Dokubo Net Worth

Net Worth In DollarsUSD 1 million
SalaryNot Known
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Asari Dokubo News

Asari Dokubo, a former Niger Delta militant, was caught on camera pointing an AK-47 weapon and threatening to murder every Igbo, an ethnic group that predominates in the southeast of Nigeria.

Mr. Dokubo was heard calling the Igbos “slaves” in a video tape that has since gone viral on social media platforms, and he claimed that if the British government hadn’t intervened, he would have continued to “sell” the Igbos.

The video was published by Mr. Dokubo in late September 2022, but it only became widely known a few days later, in October, or around eight months ago, according to an independent research by PREMIUM TIMES.

In the video, the former militant appears to be condemning Peter Obi’s Labour Party (LP) supporters for lying about holding a two million-person match for the LP candidate in Jos, Plateau State in a stadium with a seating capacity of 15,000 people.

The two million-person match for Mr. Obi at the stadium took place on September 17, 2022, just before the presidential election on February 25, 2022.

In the video, Mr. Dokubo appeared to be replying to an article written against him by some Obidients, a nickname for Mr. Obi’s followers who are Igbo speakers from Anambra State.

You write with your leprous hand (against me). You don’t appreciate the folks who purchased your father, do you? Is it true that all Kalabari men are Kalabari men? Do you understand who you are that you would talk to me? You’re unaware that somebody owns this Kalabari, he added in the video.

Mr. Dokubo is a Kalabari, a member of the Ijaw ethnic group from Rivers State in southern Nigeria. He had frequently shown his support for Bola Tinubu, the current president of Nigeria and the APC’s former presidential contender.

“I don’t know any Igbos. I’m not sure how they got there. I know I would still be selling them the way my father sold them if it weren’t for British intervention,” he claimed.

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