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Nigerians drag Asari Dokubo on social media for protesting against Tinubu’s govt

Ex-militant leader, Asari Dokubo, a prominent figure in Nigeria, is facing a lot of criticism after a video of him criticizing the president Bola Tinubu’s government and highlighting the country’s current challenges went viral on social media.

In the video, Asari Dokubo directly accuses government officials, including governors and ministers, of remaining silent in the face of Nigeria’s pressing issues, particularly the ongoing security challenges plaguing the nation.
Nigerians drag Asari Dokubo on social media for protesting against Tinubu’s govt
Asari Dokubo

His vocal condemnation of government inaction has stirred controversy and drawn sharp reactions from netizens across social media platforms.

Dokubo’s criticism has sparked outrage among Nigerians, especially considering his previous staunch support for the current administration, particularly President Bola Tinubu. His sudden shift in tone, urging governors and other officials to speak out against the government’s perceived failures, has left many puzzled and questioning his motives.

Many social media users have taken to various platforms to express their disappointment and skepticism towards Dokubo’s apparent change of stance.

Read some netizens reactions below;

@Ishe25: Thought he said they should hold him responsible if Tinubu does not perform… Why his he now calling lawyers and ministers??? He should have said “where is Asari Dokubo, pkim”

@Samuellogbuji1: The dullars he collected has finished

@kasz_OG: Asari needs attention n money but they have left him behind

@Lumen5000: “Hold me responsible if Tinubu fails” Asari DokuboSo you are smart like this in 2023

The backlash against Dokubo shows the growing frustration among Nigerians over the state of governance and the handling of critical issues such as security, economic stability, and social welfare.

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