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Charly Boy Accuses Governor Obiano Of Loving ”Nyash” More Than Affairs Of Anambra State



Charly Boy Accuses Governor Obiano Of Loving ''Nyash'' More Than Affairs Of Anambra State 3

The convener of #OurMumuDonDo movement, Charles Oputa, popularly known as ‘Charly Boy‘ or ‘Area Fada’ has taken to his social media page to launch a scathing attack on Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano.

On his Instagram page, Charly Boy accused Governor Obiano of being too pompous and braggadocios about his achievements.

The Area Fada recounted how he approached the governor a couple of time with a proposal on youth oriented programs.

But, according to him, the governor was more interested in his female workers than the proposal he brought before him for the youths of Anambra. “Willy like nyash no be here,” Charly Boy said.

Read the full post below:

“Willy is loud, most times pompous and braggadocios. His own possen no be here. I went to him a few times since he became governor to know what we can do with the youths in Anambra state and Infact Igbo land, but Willy wasn’t so intrested in working with us. He bragged of how he has all areas covered and seemed more intrested in my female workers than the buisness of the youths. Willy like nyash no be here.

“I stopped calling or reaching out to him, because our meetings no dey yield any action for the street people. So I just give am long rope, as an Emperor concern. You can imagine my surprise when I was called by Willy all the way from Rome.

“As usual, e no waste time to start to blow his trumpet again. He was excited as he bored me shitless with the story of his knighthood by the Pope. In his words, it is to be the highest honor bestowed on an African he claimed. Haba, Willy, which kin lie be dat naa?

“Justice Oputa received his knighthood from the Pope too, and guess what? the gentleman didn’t lobby for it sam sam. I GET MANY JIST ABOUT WILLY.”

ALSO READ: Pope Francis Honours Anambra Governor, Willie Obiano With Knight Title In Vatican City [Photos]

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