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‘Fani-Kayode, Dokubo cannot threaten Nigeria’

Chairman of the forum,  Bala Ibn Na’Allah  stated this at a press conference yesterday in Birnin Kebbi while reacting to Niger Delta ex-militants who have…

Chairman of the forum,  Bala Ibn Na’Allah  stated this at a press conference yesterday in Birnin Kebbi while reacting to Niger Delta ex-militants who have threatened to declare war if President Jonathan loses the February 14 presidential election.
“There is nothing worth joining issues with Asari Dokubo and Femi Fani-Kayode because they do not possess any moral standing to be taken seriously by any society that meets civilised standard,” he said adding that, by the grace of God Nigeria is one of such countries.  
“For those who believe erroneously that they possess the monopoly of mischief I advise them to have a rethink. We know the value of freedom and the price for it and we are prepared for both.”
Na’Allah who is also the APC Kebbi South Senatorial candidate, added that rigging and vote buying has come to an end in Nigeria.
“We are practitioners in the management and execution of plans to bring societal miscreants to order.  Never again shall we allow people with moral deficit to continue to hold us back from the part of greatness as a country.
“Those who rig election to occupy elected offices are nothing but criminals who do not deserve any respect by the society.  We would employ all available legal means to bring them to order and where necessary make them to pay for their sins against our collective will as a people,” he said.

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