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Charly Boy slams Nigerian leaders with a casket illustration.

Charly Boy slams Nigerian leaders with a casket illustration. "If I died and went to hell, it'll take me a while to realize I'm no longer in Nigeria" Charley Boy says as he blasts our leaders. Charles Oputa, also known as Charley Boy or Area Fada,

has shared photos of himself in a casket. He has likened the condition of Nigeria to being in hell. "If i die and went straight to Hell, It may take me more than a week to realise that I am no longer at Work or living in Nigeria. Yeye rulers. God go punish una soon. He wrote. The then celebrated singer and entertainer got some supporting comments:

  • @Ucy  Eziokwu, he's right. To be alive in this shithole is by God's grace.
  • @The END  The country is in a very sad state. I swear.
  • @Adefemi Adebowale Nigeria is hell on Earth, the fairy tale hell fire still dey learn for wia 9ja dey.
  • @Anonymous  He is on point, I'm very sure hell is not different from Nigeria. Expecially this buhari or whatever ever his name is called regime

Some slamming comments:

  • @Anonymous  U wey betray Deji , wey you collect bribe from Keyamo for him to be jailed. You ain’t a fighter but betrayal. God knows you are frm Nigeria n u encouraged bribery n corruption.
  • @Anonymous  U still dey talk. You have been quiet for some time with your “our MUMU done do” after collecting N100,000,000 from Buhari. You are a big sellout. You fit well for the casket. Finally you are a disgrace to your erudite father May his soul Rest In Peace
  • @Oskirin  pele sir..u b part of d rulers

And most commenters also prayed for the peace, growth and a better Nigeria:

  • @juan kollyns no matter how tough Nigeria is, it's noting to compare with hell fire
  • @Anonymous  God bless you. God bless Nigeria. Amen
  • @K. Baba  Naija is for us all and we shall all see the greatness IJN

The fondly called Area Fada Charley Boy  is a Nigerian singer/songwriter, television presenter, publisher, producer and one of Nigeria's most controversial entertainers, best known for his alternative lifestyle, political views, and media productions, most notably The Charly Boy Show. He has been president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, and in 2011 an Idol Series judge. Charly Boy, born Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, 19 June 1951 (also spelt Charlie Boy and known as CB, His Royal Punkness is known as an advocate of the masses as he has fought for the rights of the average Nigerian.

He has on several occasions been tortured by the Nigerian police and the military for standing up to his country's government. However he is also, on occasion, regarded as their friend, depending on the sensibility of those in power. An inspirational writer, Charly Boy focuses on various subjects in several newspapers including The Daily Post and his own publication Charly Boy Magazine, and has been known to write slogans on rocks in Abuja where he currently resides. An avid supporter of Okada riders in Nigeria - an organisation that has been frowned on by government as they have been regarded as a menace and unsafe transportation.

He has fought for the rights of Okada users, most of whom are poor individuals who earn their living by using the Okada for commercial purposes; he also stated that operators play a prominent role in government as most politicians engage their services during campaigns. His efforts earned him the name Area Fada. Charly Boy fought for the rights of military pensioners during the Abacha led military dispensation by marching to Defence headquarters in Abuja to demand payment of their pension arrears. He has also headed campaigns for Nigerian Widows and was founder of the Save Nigeria from Nigeria campaign during the last presidential election. During the Fuel Subsidy protest in 2012, he was arrested alongside six other activists for civil disobedience.

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