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I Met My Late Father Last Night And He Looked So Very Sad - Charly Boy

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Nigerian activist, Charly Boy has caused quite a buzz on the Twitter platform with his recent revelations about seeing his late father. It is no news that the biker, activist and singer is fond of doing and saying controversial things.



However, every move he makes seems to be even more bewildering than the last. In a recent tweet, he claimed that he saw his late father, Justice Oputa and stated that he didn't look happy about the state of the country. He wrote: "I met my late father last night. He looked so so very sad. Even in his death when he should be resting in peace. I can’t imagine he is still worried about Nigeria. About the judiciary. How do I appease my father?"




He went on to add: "Naija judiciary I am asking u guys to please take charge. The two branches of govmnt has failed . You guys are the next bus stop in the “next level” Since the system is failing the people. Justice Oputa sey make I beg una." His revelation comes barely a few days after fellow activist, Deji Adeyanju called him out for betraying the 'Our Mumu Don Do' movement.



Deji claimed that his partner and leader of the 'our mumu don do' movement, Charly Boy, has been compromised and for that reason he is pulling out of the group. He alleged that Charly Boy has been in bed with their oppressors and is no longer fighting the cause of the ordinary Nigerian.


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[ @lisamelz: ] Nigerian activist, Charly Boy has caused quite a buzz on the Twitter platform with his recent revelations about seeing his late father. It is no news that the biker, activist and singer is fond of doing and saying controversial things.



However, every move he makes seems to be even more bewildering than the last. In a recent tweet, he claimed that he saw his late father, Justice Oputa and stated that he didn't look happy about the state of the country. He wrote: "I met my late father last night. He looked so so very sad. Even in his death when he should be resting in peace. I can’t imagine he is still worried about Nigeria. About the judiciary. How do I appease my father?"




He went on to add: "Naija judiciary I am asking u guys to please take charge. The two branches of govmnt has failed . You guys are the next bus stop in the “next level” Since the system is failing the people. Justice Oputa sey make I beg una." His revelation comes barely a few days after fellow activist, Deji Adeyanju called him out for betraying the 'Our Mumu Don Do' movement.



Deji claimed that his partner and leader of the 'our mumu don do' movement, Charly Boy, has been compromised and for that reason he is pulling out of the group. He alleged that Charly Boy has been in bed with their oppressors and is no longer fighting the cause of the ordinary Nigerian.


I feel you pain

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Sorry take heart brother for is not easy

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[ @lisamelz: ] Nigerian activist, Charly Boy has caused quite a buzz on the Twitter platform with his recent revelations about seeing his late father. It is no news that the biker, activist and singer is fond of doing and saying controversial things.



However, every move he makes seems to be even more bewildering than the last. In a recent tweet, he claimed that he saw his late father, Justice Oputa and stated that he didn't look happy about the state of the country. He wrote: "I met my late father last night. He looked so so very sad. Even in his death when he should be resting in peace. I can’t imagine he is still worried about Nigeria. About the judiciary. How do I appease my father?"




He went on to add: "Naija judiciary I am asking u guys to please take charge. The two branches of govmnt has failed . You guys are the next bus stop in the “next level” Since the system is failing the people. Justice Oputa sey make I beg una." His revelation comes barely a few days after fellow activist, Deji Adeyanju called him out for betraying the 'Our Mumu Don Do' movement.



Deji claimed that his partner and leader of the 'our mumu don do' movement, Charly Boy, has been compromised and for that reason he is pulling out of the group. He alleged that Charly Boy has been in bed with their oppressors and is no longer fighting the cause of the ordinary Nigerian.

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good update from refers

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His revelation comes barely a few days

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the relationship that exist between them supersedes that of father and son.

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How can he possibly be comfortable seeing the dead

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It is what you present to him that make him sad

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If actually he saw him how sure is he that it's bcus of Nigeria that he looked angry

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then, something need to be change.

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That is really a controversial tweet beside nobody is happy with Nigeria.

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Lol I get he said to u it lifestyle sucks ????

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It appears he is worried about the political system in place that looks like nobody seems to havev a solution

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Abeg see liar

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That's just too sad.

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That is not good, even the dead is sad

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oh,thats quite touching

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Charly boy u see ur death father well may God help

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I am tire of this death talk abeg

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What my concern

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Nice update.

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Eeyah sowie ooo

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Ok, we don hear

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Nigeria problems weigh heavily

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another revelation

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eya...naija in trouble

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that is another vision

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