‘Prove My Alliance With Buhari’s Government’ – Charly Boy Challenges Deji Adeyanju

‘Prove My Alliance With Buhari’s Government’ – Charly Boy Challenges Deji Adeyanju

By Wires | The Trent on March 16, 2019
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Deji Adeyanju (left) with Charly Boy (middle) as the Our Mumu Don Do and Concerned Nigerians movements stage a anti-government protest in Abuja in 2017
Deji Adeyanju (left) with Charly Boy (middle) as the Our Mumu Don Do and Concerned Nigerians movements stage a anti-government protest in Abuja in 2017

Charly Oputa, the co-convener of ‘Our Mumu Don Do Movement’, has reacted to resignation and allegations by Deji Adeyanju that he was working with the Federal Government.

Deji Adeyanju resigned from ‘Our Mumu Don Do movement’ headed by Charly Boy.

Adeyanju, who recently regained his freedom after 78-days in detention, accused co-convener, Charly Boy of working with the ‘oppressors’ while he was in the prison.

Reacting to his resignation and allegations, the movement, in a statement on Thursday, March 14, 2019, called on Adeyanju to provide evidence of working with oppressors.

The statement read in part: “The management of the Omudodu Youths Foundation officially acknowledges the resignation notice by Mr. Deji Adejanju circulated on social media on Wednesday, March 13, 2019’.

“On the loss of confidence in the Chairman and Convener of Our Mumu Don Do Movement, Mr Charles Oputa (Charly Boy), cited by Mr. Adeyanju as his reason for exiting the Organization, we will be willing to review evidence to back these allegations and seek redress if substantiated.

“Our Mumu Do Do movement has not compromised and will not compromise its independence, its impartiality and its commitment in Nigerian People.”

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