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Onanuga knocks Charly Boy over rebellion comments

Bayou Onanuga

Bayou Onanuga

The Director Media and Publicity, Tinubu/Shettima campaign, Bayo Onanuga, has slammed popular activist, Charly Boy, for calling on Nigerian youths to make violence in Nigeria.


The 73 year-old Nigerian singer, songwriter and actor took to his Instagram page on Saturday and called on ‘exceptional’ Nigerian youths to revolt against Nigeria.


He made reference to the current unrest in France, where there have been some days of riot following the killing of a 17 year-old boy by a policeman.


He wrote, “This isn’t Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan. This is France where 9% of the population has brought down entire cities!”, he said in reference to the raging arson in parts of Paris, a video of which he shared.


“Karma from Africa? Am waiting on the exceptional Nigerian Youths to reject a system that let dem down. Una destiny dey una hand.”


In his earlier post before editing it, the musician called Nigeria a Criminal enterprise and urged Nigerian youths to bring it down.


Reacting to this development, Onanuga, in a tweet wrote, “Highly irresponsible for a 73 year-old man Charly Boy asking ‘exceptional Nigerian youths’ to burn down the ‘criminal enterprise’, which he called Nigeria. The security agencies should call this old man to order immediately.”

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