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Alhaji Asari Dokubu has bows to pressure to claim that he received a sum of twenty million Naira (N20,000,000) from the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to execute a special contract.
Kanu had during one of the Radio Biafra evening programmes last week accused the leader of defunct Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, NDPVF, Asari Dokubo, of embezzling money released train members of Biafra Security Service.
According to Kanu, the fund, N20m was released through IPOB delegates at his residence in Kotonu but Asari never executed the assignment.
Asari had made a video denying what he described as ‘false’ threatened to hunt down Nnamdi Kanu adding that his days are numbered.
However, the former NDPVF leader has made yet another video message, acknowledged taking money from Radio Biafra Director, Kanu.
Detailing on how the money was used, Asari said a huge part of it was spent on logistics, security, food, a shelter of the delegates, and members of the BSS to undergo special paramilitary training under Avengers.
He said two-hundred of BSS trainees was sent to him for “joint-training’ for thirty days and each had 1,000
feeding cost which automatically translated into six-million Naira (N6,000,000) spent.
Adding further, he said transportation, accommodation, Medicals, and other expenses also took a deeper part of the released fund.