2019 GENERAL Elections

UNBELIEVABLE: Deji Adeyanju Says He Has Evidence To PROVE Charly Boy Collected Money To Work Against Atiku

👤 Danjuma Aliyu, DENISAURUS News

A leading musician who led several protest against the Federal Government might have betrayed his compatriots, DENISAURUS News has gathered.

Deji Adeyanju engaged in social activism with Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, 67, who started the “Our Mumu Don Do,” until he suddenly quit the movement days ago.

The Our Mumu Don Do Movement, a civil society set up before the election was to “revolutionize politics by ending elite conspiracy and giving power to the rightful owners – the people.”

In its website it states that its mission was to “mobilize the people, harness their intellectual, artistic, and cultural resources, and network them into a political movement to fight back, defeat political elitism, corruption and incompetence and redirect governance towards empowerment, dignity, and freedom for the people.”

Mr Adeyanju, the co-convener of the movement spent many days in a Kano cell before the General Elections that declared President Muhammadu Buhari as winner.

Upon his release, Mr Adeyanju accused the 1990 singer of collecting money to work against Abubakar Atiku, the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

He said he had a recording as proof that Mr Oputa popularly known as Charly Boy confessed to collected the money.

In a tweeter post, Mr Adeyanju said he “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.”

He now believes “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.”

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