by Iyobosa Omoregie
Militant leader, Victor Ebikabowei Ben, better known as General Boyloaf, has asked the former Minister of Defence, General Theophilus Danjuma (retd), to apologize for calling for his arrest and that of Chief Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, and Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari.
The former commander of the defunct Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger-Delta, said he would not have issued Danjuma with a rebuttal because of his age, but since he chose to make the demand in a political event to score cheap political point and further denigrate the Niger Delta, he should apologize to the three ex-militant leaders as well as Niger-Deltans.
Boyloaf stressed that Danjuma would have been arrested and prosecuted if not that the former administrations had not been compromised.
He said: “My best advice for the famed general is to keep quiet and hide his head in shame or else he will be disgraced.”
“My brothers and I only intervened when we saw an emerging trend that has consequences on the life of the President, and we thought we should be commended for drawing strong attention to this ugly scenario where the President of our country is pummeled with stones,” Boyloaf added.