No Hope For Biafra With Nnamdi Kanu , I Regret Supporting Him – Asari Dokubo .


Asari Dokubo Founder of the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, Mujahid Asari-Dokubo, has expressed regret for supporting the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu. According to Vanguard, Dokunbo claimed Kanu has derailed the Biafran struggle. 

The agitatir, who said he’s a Biafran and believes in its struggle, maintained that the IPOB leader was not in any struggle for the restoration of Biafra.

 Dokunbo said, “It gives me regret that in my life I ever associated with a person called Nnamdi Kanu. That when he was in crisis, I came out to defend him. In fact, my greatest regret is associating with Nnamdi Kanu. I can’t make peace with somebody like him. It’s a foreclosed issue because he has nothing to offer other than to derail our struggle.

“With Nnamdi Kanu, there’s no hope for Biafra. Those of us who get close to him know he’s not fighting for any Biafra. Nnamdi Kanu is just one individual in Biafra, so, we shouldn’t make him important, he’s not.

He’s just like everyone one of us.“He’s not in any struggle. Whatever spell he has cast on the Igbo will be removed very soon and their eyes will open.

When he was in trouble, all of us came out to defend him because an injury to one is an injury to all. We risked our lives by speaking in support of him, for him to be released from prison and for him not to be killed.“Now, he sees those of us who fought on his behalf for his freedom as his followers.

Some of us regret ever lending our voice. We would have left him to rot in jail because he’s caused more harm to Biafra struggle than anyone else.” 

When asked how Kanu has caused more harm than good to the Biafra struggle, the former President of the Ijaw Youth Council said, “Listen to him! Don’t you listen to his broadcast? His insults to every Igbo person that disagrees with him?

He has also extended his insults to other tribes including the Ijaw people.“How can you bring unity to the people by abusing and attacking their leaders? Is Biafra struggle an Igbo struggle? He’s making it an Igbo struggle.

The Biafra Nnamdi Kanu is pursuing will be worse than Southern Sudan if he wants to promote Igbo hegemony over and above Ijaw hegemony, Ibibio hegemony, and so on.”

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  1. I agree with you Asari Dokubo. Biafra is not an IBO affair. Some nationalities came together in 1967 to declare the State of Biafra and these nationalities must come together to achieve the sovereign state of Biafra. Everybody must be carried along. It should be collective effort to liberate Biafrans. We are not bothered if Nigeria is a Zoo or the man living in Aso Rock is Jubril. We are fighting for the liberation of Biafra and nothing more. Struggle for Biafra must involve all the traditional rulers, all the people living in the area called Biafra, politicians, the elites and particularly the various religious groups. It should be concerted efforts of all the people concerned. Representatives of the people shall come together to decide on a number of critical issues including rights and privileges of the various groups in Biafra, draft an acceptable constitution, and particularly the relationship among the various groups. Nazi Nnamdi Kalu should at be at best the leader of youth wing of the struggle while men of honour, and respect shall be brought together to represent the Biafran struggle within and outside the country. We don’t need war to get Biafra independence. I believe that enough blood has been spilt from 1967 to 1970 and the awareness has undoubtedly sufficiently been created. We sjsll now plan, strategize and diplomatically pursue the restoration of Biafra where there will be no slaves or masters. I hereby call on all Biafrans to come together to work out ways of achieving the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra.

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