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If the minister of misinformation Lai Mohammed na ur papa, broder or friend, help me tell am to go rest for him village. How can government be negotiating with Biko Haram he claimed were technically defeated. Terrorisim will be with us for a long time because it has become big buisness in Nigeria. Its beneficiaries are living large, trading with people's lives. Der papa
It appears that controversial Nigerian musician Charly Boy will always make use of the social media account to criticize the federal government.
On Monday, March 26, the singer took to his Instagram handle to react to a statement made by the Minister of Information Lai Mohammed. His reaction came after the minister disclosed that the government has been in a long ceasefire talk with Boko Haram insurgents. Charly Boy in his post disclosed that government officials will not end up well. This outburst also came as the result of the army troop sent to Nnamdi Kanu but they can’t do the same for the Boko Haram sect.
His first post reads: “If the minister of misinformation Lai Mohammed na your papa, brother or friend, help me tell am to go rest for him village. How can government be negotiating with Biko Haram he claimed were technically defeated. Terrorism will be with us for a long time because it has become big business in Nigeria. Its beneficiaries are living large, trading with people’s lives. Der papa.”
Charly Boy’s second post reads: “When Nnamdi Kanu dey talk Biafra, dem send phytons to go kill am. Boko Haram dey terrorise dem dey dash dem money and amnesty. Herdsmen dey kill my people, dem say give dem ur land so der cows can eat. See useless, incompetent, vagabonds in power. None of una go die better.”
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Charly Boy recently to his social media handle to call out all politicians in Nigeria. He made special reference to the Senate President Bukola Saraki. In his post, he disclosed that Nigerian leaders have failed its people and therefore need a sober reflection on what they are not doing right, so they can begin to act responsibly.