Spokesman of Mujahid Asari Dokubo-led Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Front (NDPSF), Activist Rex Anighoro, on Thursdsy, has visited the PUNCH Newspapers in a thank you solidarity visit.
The Delta born activist, who is also the convener of the Pan African Movement for Peace, Human Rights and Social Justice (PAMPHRSJ) was received in a private session by a representative of the editorial team.
Activist Rex Anighoro hailed the uncommon courage of the Punch Newspaper especially its management and editorial team for standing up to speak for the Nigerian citizen at a time every known Newspaper house and citizens protection institutions were playing safe.
“I want to thank the Punch Newspapers for standing out, standing up and for becoming the voice of the Nigerian citizens who today are under the yoke of anti-human rights, anti-rule of law and anti democracy. Indeed Punch Newspapers is the citizens advocate and Newspaper of the year and must be commended for remaining unwavering in its defense of the common man at a time everyone is playing safe.
“I have come to visit the newspaper house today symbolically to thank you on behalf of millions of citizens activists and advocates who have not eaten the Esau’s porridge of profanity and have not bowed to Baal.
“Henceforth we shall join you in referring to Muhammadu Buhari as a Major General and a regime.
“We shall embark on graffiti paintings in our roads and streets and communities, we call on all citizens advocates all over the world to do same in every city of the world were Nigerians are as part of our citizen’s action and protest against this neo fascist junta.
“Thank you Punching Punch for Punching Buhari and his dubious APC regime harder. You have give us renewed hope to believe that this locust years will not last forever as this too will pass.
Activist Rex Anighoro on the occasion of the visit carried placards with inscriptions ‘Thank you Punch Newspapers for Punching Buhari and his regime’, ‘God bless Punch Newspapers for speaking out and becoming the voice of the Nigerian citizens.”