Charly Boy Berates Federal Government For Opening Fulani Radio Station
Veteran Nigerian entertainer and activist, Charly Boy has reacted to the recent action of the federal government to launch a Fulani radio station.
Taking to Instagram page to criticise the move, Charly Boy criticised the present administration by comparing it to past administrations. According to him, if former presidents Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan did not establish Oduduwa radio and Niger Delta radio respectively, he sees no reason for the present administration to have a Fulani radio station.
“OBJ was President for 8 years him no set up Oduduwa radio. GEJ was President for 5 years,
there was no Niger Delta radio.. Buhari President, under 4 years has opened Fulani radio… Where do you think all of this is heading to.
My people, these people don enter our 18. Let’s all adjust ourselves. I smell a truck load of wahala coming.”
It would be recalled that Nigeria’s Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, while speaking on why the federal government decided to establish a Fulani radio station said that it acquired an Amplitude Modulation radio broadcast licence to reach herdsmen across various locations in the country as parts of measures to enhance nomadic education. He added that the establishment of the radio frequency was to end the perennial farmers-herders crises across the country.
Charly Boy is the convener of “Our Mumu Don Do Movement” and has been very vocal about his criticism of actions and inaction of the Nigerian government.