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    Posted May 9, 2014 by
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    No girls are missing, Chibok abduction is a scam – Asari Dokubo

    Founder of the now rested Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, Alhaji Asari Dokubo has described the hullabaloo generated as a result of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls as a scam.

    The controversial activist in a terse message posted on his Facebook page some hours ago urged his friends to pass on the message as no girl was kidnapped as claimed by the military.

    At the time of filing this report, the post had already generated 14 Shares, 30 likes and 35 comments with many condemning him while other equally shared his thought.

    One Michael Sam-Wobo in his reaction said, “We have to remind ourselves that everyone is entitled to his opinion, and for crying out loud, our arguments must not always end in the realm of insults. @Alhaji,please avail us the reasons or facts that lend credence to your position.”

    Another Nick Eke said, “What’s the proof/evidence to suggest that your information is true and should be trusted? Is it another conspiracy theory joining Chibok Conspiracy? Please, convince me.”

    Backing Dokubo, another commenter, Joseph Mayomi John said, “I have taken position long before Chibok girls mystery abduction. There are lots of plans in the offing to ridicule GEJs government of gross incompetence and subsequent call for his impeachment. This plot is known to every discerning mind.

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