Asari Dokubo, former Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force (NDPVF), has accused Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), of collecting hundreds of millions of naira from Southeast governors to pursue the cause of Biafran Republic.
Dokubo, who denied receiving 20 million naira from the IPOB leader, in a video he posted on his Facebook page, yesterday, June 1, swore that Nnamdi Kanu’s days are numbered he would soon be disgraced and punished publicly.
“Nnamdi Kanu, your followers have challenged me that if I did not collect N20m from you I should swear by the Qur’an, I swear by the Qur’an that I never collected N20m from you or any of your members.
“I never betrayed any of your members, you sent them to me and they left, as we speak I have about 18 IPOB members staying in my house because of the love and trust they have for me. So many IPOB members, BSS Commanders come to me and even beg me not to talk.
“I swear, if I collected any money or betrayed any Biafran, may Allah punish me in this world and the one after.
“I also now ask Kanu to swear if you have not being collecting monies from all the governors of the Igbo states and beyond running into hundreds of millions.
“Swear that you have never betrayed IPOB members to the DSS, I know that whether you swear or not your days are numbered.
“You will soon be punished and the whole world would see your disgrace. I stand my the Quran and maintain that if I ever demanded N200m and you gave me N20m, may Allah punish and disgrace me in this world and the one thereafter.”
Reacting to the allegation, Kanu insisted that he gave Dokubo money.
He, however, claimed he stopped giving Dokubo money when he realised that former warlord was a “full time Fulani Caliphate agent.”