Popular activist, Deji Adeyanju has blasted musician and conveyor of OurMumuDonDo, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Cherly Boy, saying he is the number one mumu in Nigeria, alleging that he collected money from the federal government to support the reelection bid of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Adeyanju, who was a co-conveyor of the group before recently resigning, said Charley Boy got involved in the shenanigan when he (Adeyanju) was locked up in prison.
It will be recalled that many had expressed disappointment over Charly Boy’s nonchalance when his co-conveyor was locked up for no just cause.
Many have said it was financial matter caused their separation.
When Charly Boy was, however, interviewed on the matter by Vanguard newspaper, he accused Adeyanju of wanting him to share the money of the organisation with him.
An excerpt of the interview read:
“Ignore him (Deji), I am not prepared to share any money. We are not in the business of sharing money. We are not a political party. What we are doing in the group is struggle for a better nation. Deji was at my residence a day before his social media rant. He didn’t tell me anything about his planned resignation from the group. If he had real issues against me, he would have raised them when he came over to my place.”
Charly Boy’s accusation, however, ignited Adeyanju – who said he did not want to speak on the matter before – to speak up and opened can of worm.
In a series of tweet by the activist, he explained how Charly Boy allegedly sold out the group.
The tweets read:
I didn’t want to respond or ever say a word about my withdrawal from Our Mumu Don Do but going through this vanguard report, I must now clear the air.
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. He collected money from them to do a video against the main opposition candidate -Atiku and also to stop attacking Buhari.
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.
I have the recording of his confession.
Imagine after all the sacrifices, someone will just be going round collecting money in the name of the movement. Huge disappointment. A fraud.
The stories are just too many.
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