No Drop of Oil will Flow in this Country If Jonathan is not Re-Elected in 2015 – Annkio Briggs
There seem to be no letting down in the threat coming from certain personalities from the Niger Delta region. While the Special Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan on the Niger Delta amnesty, Kingley Kuku and ex-militant leader, Asari Dokubo has recently threatened that their will be no peace in the country if President Goodluck Jonathan is not returned to the Presidency in 2015, another personality from the region, a rights activist, Ms Annkio Briggs, has also declared Nigeria will cease to exist if the president fails in his second term bid.
Briggs, while speaking in speaking in Port Harcourt yesterday, said the Niger Delta region will crumble the Nigerian economy by blowing up all oil pipelines such that no single drop of oil will flow in them.
“We will make sure no single oil drop from our pipes. We will destroy everything and make sure nobody accesses our oil”, Briggs said.
She reminded those opposing the return of President Jonathan to the presidency in 2015 that the Niger Delta holds the key to the nation’s economy.
“We hold the key for the economy of Nigeria and this country will not know peace if Jonathan is not returned as president in 2015.”
“If a group of cabals can boast that they will make Nigeria ungovernable if they are denied the opportunity to produce the President of Nigeria, we in the Niger Delta will make the economy of this country ungovernable, she added
She berated those calling for the arrest of Asari Dokubo and Kingsley Kuku over their comments threatening that any attempt to arrest the duo will be resisted by the Niger Delta people.
“It is on record that some prominent Nigerians had made comments in the past capable of truncating the corporate existence of Nigeria and nobody arrested them. Any attempt to arrest Asari and Kuku will be resisted”, she warned.
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