Activists, Deji Adeyanju has apologized to Feminist Co for his earlier reaction to the speculations about a $51,000 withdrawal from their Bitcoin address.
Recall that the Feminist Coalition gained major publication for their involvement during the EndSars protest in October, 2020.
The organization through its public donated funds, helped with the provision of medical bills, foods, and transportations. Also, they provided legal assistance to protesters who were arrested by security operative during the protest.
During the EndSARS protest, the organization in a statement, said that their bank made available by the coalition for public donations was frozen by CBN, which resulted to the use of their bitcoin address to further the donation for the EndSARS movement.
The Bitcoin address which was made public for donations became more popular after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey asked people to donate via the address.
However, there’s an ongoing speculation online as the Coalition has allegedly withdrew $51,000 worth of bitcoin from their donation wallet on March 4.
Reacting to the speculations in a recent statement, the Feminist Co gave a breakdown of their spending’s, which revealed the withdrawn cash had been allocated since October last year.
Upon seeing the breakdown, Deji Adeyanju apologized for his earlier reaction, as he commended the organization for their transparency.
This prompt accountability is commendable. Do more next time so you don’t give room for allegations. I apologize for my reaction to the online allegations.
Even if you are my friend & you fuck up, I will criticize you. Nobody above criticism. Only Buharists worship a man.
Give proper account so it doesn’t look like you guys embezzled monies donated. If you say you have spent N20m on Medicals, break it down in a spreadsheet. Give proper account. We can’t be criticizing Govt & don’t want to be accountable. That’s double standard.
God knows I have nothing against anyone & will never do. I just express my views and I expect those affected by them never to like me. I no Kuku send anybody.
This prompt accountability is commendable. Do more next time so you don’t give room for allegations. I apologize for my reaction to the online allegations. https://t.co/pSMz9LlmbF
— Comrade Deji Adeyanju (@adeyanjudeji) March 12, 2021