Asari Dokubo, leader of the Biafra De Facto Customary Government has accused Nnamdi Kanu, leader of proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra of diverting funds meant for Biafra. He said Kanu has turned agitations for Biafra into his business.
Asari Dokubo, leader of the Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Force (NDPSF), has accused Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), of turning the Biafran struggle into a business.
Dokubo, who made the allegation in a new video, accused Kanu of diverting funds meant for the Biafran struggle.
Both activists have been at loggerheads with each other over the quest for Biafra — the very cause that unites them.
The cold war between them resulted in the formation of the Biafra Customary Government (BCG) which Dokubo announced in March, with himself as the head.
In the video, he accused Kanu of failing to account for some funds donated for the quest for Biafra.
“They are now telling us India, Russia etc. This is how they audit accounts. This is what Biafra will look like under the criminal Nnamdi Kanu,” he said.
“They claim that they brought money to Cotonou to give to me — N20 million. We are waiting for them to bring the evidence. They came to Cotonou to meet with me and I hosted them. They did not bring a dime.Advertisement
“How is that an audited account? Why do Igbo people allow you, a conman, to be conning them? Igbos, you have to rise. He wants to destroy Onyeama. He wants to destroy Ekweremadu. He wants to destroy everybody and the Igbo people are keeping quiet.
“Biafra is your business now, you have no other avenue for gainful income. It is a pity how Igbo people have fallen for this evil, but your time is up.”
He further told Kanu that the offence the IPOB leader committed will be his nemesis, adding: “I am out for you. And I will get you.”
“I just asked that our people be allowed to vote and you sent your dogs. I’ve broken their teeth,” he said.
“Nnamdi Kanu, I’m not in your category but for this, I will surely bring you down. I will destroy this evil empire that is working as a hindrance to the restoration of Biafra.”
Credit: The Cable