- IPOB members are not happy with the way leaders are spending their funds
- US coordinator of the group Stallworth says she contributes money monthly
- Other members disagree with Stallworth and accuse her of trying to poison minds of pro-Biafra supporters
Members of separatist organisation IPOB have alleged that their leaders have misappropriated funds they contributed as more troubles beset the already embattled group.
US mobilization officer of the group Candy Stallworth raised the alarm on Monday, October 2 that funds of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are not being properly used.
Stallworth demanded to know what happened to the regular contributions of members who are not being taken care of after being arrested by security agencies.
According to her, she makes whopping monthly contributions to IPOB’s activities.
Candy's accusations received some backing from others like:
But some other people disagree with Candy. They say she is only trying to destroy the Biafra struggle with accusations that could poison minds of supporters.
Others feel the matter should simply not be discussed on social media.
NAIJ.com had previously reported that Stallworth had expressed her frustration at the new turn the struggle for Biafra had taken.
Stallworth, who is IPOB's mobilisation leader in the US, lamented over the fortunes of the group via her Facebook page on Monday, September 25.
She wrote: “Attention, Trump, U.N, America, this is the mentality of the overseers of Biafrans, look how they attack me a Christian and American now I know why you stay silent! I feel for Biafrans who are not heartless only God can help you now!”
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