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Asari Dokubo attacks Nnamdi Kanu over Ekweremadu [VIDEO]

Asari Dokubo, previous Niger Delta aggressor pioneer, has depicted Nnamdi Kanu, pioneer of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as a “thankless rascal and Frankenstein Monster.”

Dokubo said this while thrashing Kanu over the assault on previous Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, by some IPOB individuals in Germany, throughout the end of the week.

He lamented that Ekweremadu, who aided Kanu secured bail, would be assaulted by IPOB individuals.

In a video he posted on his Facebook page, Asari stated: “Individual Biafrans, I saw this coming a kindred Frankenstein Monster was being made. I saw the sign, saw the warning and I cautioned that if something isn’t done about Nnamdi Kanu, he will devour the Igbo individuals.

“I required some serious energy after the most recent assault on one of our best and best legislator, Ike Ekweremadu, who I know very much was one of the individuals who made this thankless rascal got Nnamdi Kanu to leave jail. I’m aware of the majority of the exchange, and I feel miserable that I was a piece of those gatherings.

“Ekweremadu and Abaribe were the arrow points that moved for the arrival of this opportunist called Nnamdi Kanu.

“That Ekweremadu will be assaulted, disfavored and his garments torn for what reason and to accomplish what is unexplainable.

“On the off chance that this risky pattern is halted among Igbo Biafrans, where one man revokes to himself the privilege to give life and articulate passing, at that point he will be in flame since others will battle him.

“Fulani herders are murdering individuals, and I have not heard weak IPOB lifting their hands to protect the South East, it’s just to sneak in the night and execute individual Igbo Biafrans.

“Disgrace on every one of those supporting it, what commitment did Nnamdi Kanu’s dad or mom provided for the Biafra freedom battle, who is Nnamdi and his dad. On the off chance that he didn’t ascend against this malice and send this villain out of our home, this is an ideal opportunity to send them out.”