Asari Dokubo Mocks Nnamdi Kanu, Read What He Said About Him
After the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) by the Federal agents, Asari Dokubo, a former Niger Delta militant, has mocked Nnamdi Kanu, over his re-arrest.
It would be recalled that prior to Nnamdi Kanu’s arrest, the was a brawl between Asari Dokubo and Kanu, in which Dokubo had vowed to destroy Kanu, who he described as ‘evil’ and also accused him of defrauding Biafrans.
In his latest video, the ex-militant warlord claimed that the IPOB leader receives defence funds without giving an account of his spending.
He made a shocking revelation that Kanu demanded monthly contributions from all Biafran to be part of the Biafra nation.
”Nnamdi Kanu, I promised you I will smoke you out. Your madness never starts, this one wey start now na market he dey go. you have harmed Biafrans and traded with us so much.
”You collect our money in the name of defence funds and you cannot give account.
”You are demanding that all Biafrans should pay money to you on monthly basis or they will not be allowed to enter Biafra. Doesn’t that make you a con man, an extortionist?
”You alleged that you gave me N20 million, video doesn’t lie. When I started it last year leading to the election, you were so cowardly not to respond to me. You sent your followers to respond to me and they said a lot of things and I demanded the evidence that I demanded N20 million from you.
“I have never been a member of IPOB, you gave me N20 million, tell us is it by bank transfer, is it by cash, who brought the cash to me? I’m waiting. Produce the evidence,” he challenged Nnamdi Kanu.
Asari Dokubo, however, challenged Nnamdi Kanu to show Nigerians what he does for a living.
“Where are you working? Who is paying you? Where do you get the money to gallivant everywhere? Do you pick money? Do you print money? Or does money fall from heaven? You are a con man and a lair.
“You called me a pipeline contractor, yes we make billions. So which one are you doing?” he asked.
Feelers believed that the fallout between the former Niger Delta warlord and Kanu was due to ideological differences in the push for the actualization of Biafra.
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