Biafra: Why Asari Dokubo is attacking me, Nnamdi Kanu opens up
Earlier this week, Asari Dokubo, former Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, NDPVF, has accused Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, of collecting money from Southeast governors running into “hundreds of millions.”
Dokubo made the accusation while insisting that Kanu’s days are numbered he would soon be disgraced and punished publicly.
The former Niger Delta militant leader made the remark while denying allegation from IPOB members that he collected the sum of N20m from Kanu.
Well, Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has reacted to the recent allegation made against him by the former militant leader, Asari Dokubo.
Kanu in a Facebook post on Thursday, said that Asari started calling him names when he (Kanu) stopped giving him money.
The IPOB leader shared a video on Facebook, showing when he was being hailed by Asari.
Kanu shared the video to explain why Asari Dokubo has been attacking him in recent times
In the video, Asari can be heard describing Kanu as “a man to be respected,” a man who “meant well for all of us. He wants freedom for all Biafrans,” and “the man to be respected.”
The former militant leader also said that no Igbo man dead or alive have done what Kanu has done for the Biafran.
Kanu added, “All the above quotes as captured in this video below was when I used to give him money but as soon as I discovered he is a full time Fulani Caliphate agent and stopped, his petulance and name calling started.
“You can take a man out of the Zoo but you can’t take the Zoo out of a man.”