Don’t Ever Call Me A Militant On TV Again – Asari Dokubo Warn Arise TV Presenter Rufai Oseni

During a recent live video, Asari Dokubo, the chief of the Kalabari kingdom, addressed Rufai Oseni, a broadcaster from Arise News. Asari Dokubo expressed his displeasure with Rufai Oseni’s disrespectful manner of speaking to him on national television, and he requested that Rufai Oseni refrain from referring to him as a militant.

He emphasized that his full name is Asari Abubakar Dokubo and urged Rufai Oseni not to add the term “militant” to it. He also claimed that Arise News gained prominence only after Rufai Oseni began promoting various propagandas.

According to his words; “Rufai Oseni, stop talking to me anyhow on national television and don’t ever call me a militant again. You know my full name Asari Abubakar Dokubo – don’t ever add militant to it. Your television station was not known before until you started exposing several propagandas.”

Speaking further, Asari Dokubo said; “I don’t know what gives Rufai Oseni the audacity to talk to people anyhow. He is an ordinary television broadcaster that has built a larger than life image of himself. He boasts and calls anyone any name. I don’t know how much he receives as salary that is giving him such arrogance.”

Lastly, Asari Dokubo said; “the fact is that I can also speak the English Rufai Oseni is speaking. If I choose to, I can also become a television broadcaster like him. I will never call him a journalist because, to me, he was never one.”

Furthermore, Asari Dokubo questioned Rufai Oseni’s audacity to speak disrespectfully to people. He described Rufai Oseni as a regular television broadcaster who has inflated his self-importance. He criticized Rufai Oseni for his boastful nature and his habit of labeling others. He expressed his confusion about the source of Rufai Oseni’s arrogance, speculating on the salary that might be influencing such behavior.

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