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Leader, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) , Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has taken yet another step to prove his innocence following lingering insinuation he squandered group’s fund.
Kanu had in a series of recent broadcast refuted allegations that he embezzled money realised from IPOB members mapped for regional defence.
He said most expenses made under his watch is judiciously spent and majority was taken from his personal account.
Kanu alleged that during his stay in DSS custody the sum of twenty million (N20,000,000) was approved to Alhaji Asari Dokubo for logistic purpose in bringing Southerners together.
Asari, in a separate video clarified receiving money from Nnamdi Kanu, noting that no money was released to him, swore with ‘Holy Qur’an’.
Kanu has further provided a statement covering all Defense funds collected from IPOB member units across 50 countries including Beigium, Ireland, German, Nome, Netheriand, Pakistan, Swilzedand, United Kingdom and United States.
Other countries received from are Italy, Israel, Hong Kong, Spain, Indonesia, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, Thailand, Nagoya Japan, UAE, Hunsa, Czech Republic, Russia, India, Gabon, Senegal, Mala sia and France.
The list comprises of both indebted and paid. The leadership realized total €2.052.00 and €143.729.09 not remitted.
Kanu, however has assured that Biafra will be restored this year.