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Peter Obi Has Activated ‘Something’ In Nigeria’s History – Charly Boy

Seasoned musician and social activist Charly Boy has claimed that Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour party, had “activated something unusual” in the country’s recent history.

Although Peter Obi “may or may not” become the president of Nigeria in 2023, Charly Boy, real name Charles Oputa, claims that he has started something among common Nigerians.

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In the early hours of Friday, June 24, Charly Boy wrote on his official Twitter profile that he was witnessing a “bloodless coup” in which Nigerians were reclaiming everything that had been taken from them.

His post reads;

“I am smelling a “bloodless coup” in the making by ordinary Nigerians to retrieve their stolen future.

Peter Obi may or may not become our President at the end of the day, but his presence has activated something unusual in our history and ordinary Nigerians.

Wetin u think?”

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Seasoned musician and social activist Charly Boy has claimed that Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour party, had “activated something unusual” in the country’s recent history.

Although Peter Obi “may or may not” become the president of Nigeria in 2023, Charly Boy, real name Charles Oputa, claims that he has started something among common Nigerians.

READ MORE: ADC Rivers Names Tonto Dikeh As Deputy Governorship Candidate

In the early hours of Friday, June 24, Charly Boy wrote on his official Twitter profile that he was witnessing a “bloodless coup” in which Nigerians were reclaiming everything that had been taken from them.

His post reads;

“I am smelling a “bloodless coup” in the making by ordinary Nigerians to retrieve their stolen future.

Peter Obi may or may not become our President at the end of the day, but his presence has activated something unusual in our history and ordinary Nigerians.

Wetin u think?”

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