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Deji Adeyanju accuses Charly Boy of collecting money to campaign against Atiku

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Nigerian activist Deji Adeyanju on Tuesday said the founder of ‘Our Mumu Don Do’ movement, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy is a fraud.

“Charly Boy is the number one Mumu in Nigeria. He compromised by collecting money from the government while I was locked up in prison by the oppressors,” Adeyanju said in a tweet.

Adeyanju, a former People’s Democratic Party (PDP) social media strategist, resigned his membership of Our Mumu Don Do movement on Wednesday, March 13, because he was no longer confident in the leadership of the organisation.

“I have resigned my membership of Our Mumu Don,” Adeyanju tweeted.

However, a week after his resignation from the movement, Adeyanju, who was in Kano prison from December till February 2019, alleged that Charly had collected money from the President Muhammadu Buhari led-government to sponsor videos against PDP’s presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar.

“He (Charly Boy) collected money from them to do a video against the main opposition candidate -Atiku and also to stop attacking Buhari.”

According to him, “When I confronted him -Charly Boy with the evidence, he confessed to collecting money from them but said he didn’t collect the money to do a video against Atiku but they gave him the money as support. I dare him to deny this allegation.”

Adeyanju, a staunch critic of Buhari’s government, said he was disappointed that “someone (Charly Boy) will just be going round collecting money in the name of the movement. Huge disappointment. A fraud.”


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