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I Introduced Dickson To Jonathan But His Five Years As Governor Is A Waste To Ijaw People. He Should Be Ashamed Of Himself –Ikiogha

From all angles, Chief Seriake Dickson is getting knocks for his comments against Dr Goodluck Jonathan's six years in The Presidency. The reactions came largely from Bayelsa people, a good number of whom have either worked with him before now, or have got some affinity with him. Chief Diekivie Ikiogha a former governorship aspirant in Bayelsa state is one of them. He lampooned Dickson in this interview.

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Dickson Benefitted Most From Jonathan's Presidency – Ex-Assembly Leader

He is the pioneer majority leader of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly and till now, Ayiba Duba has remained a force to reckon with in the political annals of the state. In this interview with TNN publisher/editor-in-chief, he reacted to the recent statement of the state governor, Henry Seriake Dickson that former president Gooodluck Jonathan's six years in power was a wasted opportunity for the Niger Delta, among other issues.

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