Charly Boy Slams El-Rufai says, ‘Kaduna now bandits’ paradise’ | Dailytrust

Charly Boy Slams El-Rufai says, ‘Kaduna now bandits’ paradise’

Charly Boy
Charly Boy

Veteran Nigerian singer and activist Charly Boy has criticised the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, in regards to a tweet he shared about the Labour Party presidential candidate’s supporters who had planned to host a two-million-man march in the North-West state.

El-Rufai, in his tweet called Peter Obi’s supporters “imports” who can’t open shops on Monday. He also ridiculed them by saying that he hopes they get up to 200 people for the planned march.

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Reacting to this, Charly Boy called out the Kaduna State Governor via his social media account. The singer accused El-Rufai of owing salaries while claiming that Kaduna is now a leading state in terrorism.

Charly Boy also made mention of the Kaduna-Abuja train attack, recounting how some of the hostages are still in the custody of bandits.

The singer wrote, “Can you just imagine dis clannish clown, El Rufai, wey dey owe workers salary? Kaduna is now the leading state in terrorism. The once upon a time very peaceful state is now a bandit paradise. Many of the victims of the Kaduna train attack dem still hold hostage. The only tin wey dey worry dis clown na the one million March pass by Peter Obi supporters. Nonsense.”(sic)

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