Nigeria’s number one man, President Bola Tinubu is currently meeting with Asari Dokubo, a former Niger Delta agitator, at the State House, Abuja, The PUNCH reports.
Dokubo arrived at the Aso Rock Villa around 11:00 am after which he went into a closed door session with the President.
Three weeks ago, Dokubo had organised Niger Delta youths to attend the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Abuja.
A staunch supporter of Tinubu, he had on Thursday asked Nigerians to hold him accountable if the president’s administration fails.
While speaking on the impact of the fuel subsidy discontinuance, he argued that former presidents Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari failed to do what Tinubu has done in the past weeks of his administration.
He said: “If Ahmed Bola Tinubu fails, hold me responsible. I am unapologetic.
“I have known him since 1992 and I know what he stands for, and can stand in the gap between him and the people and say this.
“This is a step my brother Goodluck failed to take when he had the opportunity. The same step Buhari could not take and Tinubu took it from his first day at the office.”