Eccentric former President of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy has taken a swipe at President Muhammadu Buhari and the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, in defense of his kinsmen.
The broadcaster cum activist in a video he shared on social media while reacting to comments that Igbo people are spoiling Nigeria’s image following the attack on former Deputy Senate President, Dr. Ike Ekweremadu by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in Nuremberg, Germany, said the image of the country had been ruined since the time of Mungo Park.
Charly Boy also wondered why many are attacking the Igbos while kidnap kingpin, Wadume, once contested election on the platform of the APC, Kano governor, Ganduje ‘used dollars to sew his agbada dress and Buhari is yet to produce his WAEC certificate for all to see.
He said; “Man don see many things. See some yeye Nigerians dey display their follow-come mumu. Look at the fools crying over Nigeria’s image that does not exist.
“Na today? So come o, the beating of Ekweremadu nko? E don turn say na Igbo people dey spoil Nigerian good image? Which kind image be dat! God punish idiots! Wadume the kidnapper nko? Wey even contest for election, it was all over social media.
“Ganduje we take dollars sew agbada for himself, we no see am for video? Okay, make I ask you, wia Buhari WAEC certificate? Why I go go school, go school finish when a semi-illiterate can lead me?
“What is that? If you no sabi thief, can you be in PDP, APC or CNN? So forget it. No be only thief people government dey encourage?
“Nonsense! Yeye ruling. Police officer weybdey kill people, no b him dem dey promote with high ranking? Image nko, image ni! How about the drug peddlers, the ones we dey For Ogun State.
“The one we be national party leader. Make I hear word o! Na for my mouth una wan hear say most of the Senators wey dey National Assembly na scams, tauts, agberos, criminals! Now na Igbo, na dem dey spoil Nigeria’s image wey don dey inside potopoto since Mongo Park. Listen, make I no hear that nonsense again o before I provoke! “