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Dokubo declares Jonathan winner of 2015 polls

29 December 2014, 11:15

Abuja - Niger Delta People's Salvation Front (NDPSF) Leader Alhaji Mujahid Asari Dokubo has declared President Goodluck Jonathan the winner of Nigeria's February 2015 polls and says he owes nobody an apology for saying so.

Speaking during the burial service of his grandmother at the weekend, Dokubo announced the result ahead of the election and said that it was not possible for the incumbent President to lose, no matter who his contender is, The News Nigeria has reported.

Dokubo emphasized that he does not know how it would happen but President Jonathan's success at the polls is certainly assured.

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Commenting on governorship race within the state, the ex-warlord lamented the high level of injustice within the River State and insisted that their should be a rotation of power.

Dokubo put emphasis on equality and justice among the different ethnic groups within the area.

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