In the early hours of today, Alhaji Asari Mujahid Dokubo was live on Facebook to explain why he sold most of his properties and retained a few in Rivers state’s capital, Port Harcourt.
Alhaji Asari Mujahid Dokubo said, “I sold most of properties in Port Harcourt when Governor Nyesom Wike spoke to me in a way I was not pleased with. I later bought a mosque there because some christians wanted to buy it and get it demolished.” He added, “I was actually forced to buy it.”
Speaking further, Alhaji Asari Mujahid Dokubo said, “I left another property there because my first wife insisted on not leaving the place. I acquired all my properties without committing a crime like some politicians are doing today.”
Lastly, Alhaji Asari Mujahid Dokubo said, “I feel very ashamed that Governor Nyesom Wike and former governor Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi had 16 years to change Rivers state but they could not. They did not lift our people out of poverty.”