Asari Dokubo, a former militant leader of the Niger Delta, claimed on Monday that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had been defeated.
In a Facebook live, Dokbo mocked Nnamdi Kanu for allegedly denying he is a member of IPOB and justifying it to his members.
In addition, Kanu denied the sit-at-home but questioned who is responsible for the sit-at-home in the Southeast.
Dokubo claims IPOB leader has demonstrated that he is not in the struggle by setting up a company without a director or head.
It comes after the lawmaker representing Abia-South senatorial district, Enyinnaya Abaribe, lamented the effects of insecurity in the South East.
He further stated that the sit-at-home which has been canceled by IPOB has affected the economy of the region as hoodlums have hijacked and enforced it on citizens.
According to Abaribe, when he visited Kanu at the detention of the Department of State Security (DSS), he denied giving orders for Monday sit-at-home.
Dokubo while mocking IPOB on Monday said, “You (referring to IPOB) are already finished. I told you, people. ‘No, be by chance’. You are already finished. You have not come out of your shock. First, he (Kanu) denied that he is not IPOB, you (IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu supporters) tried to justify it.
“Now, he has denied sit-at-home, good. So, who are the people doing sit-at-home? After all the destructions, Nnamdi Kanu has shown his true color, that he is not in any struggle. He set up a Limited Liability Company, no director, nothing.”