‘None of una go die better’ -Charly Boy tells Buhari’s govt for fighting Nnamdi Kanu

Penning down a post to people in power, Charly Boy who accused the Nigerian Government of granting Boko Haram members amnesty and letting Fulani herdsmen go scot-free after their attacks, placed a curse on those he called “incompetent vagabonds in power.”

His post reads;

When Nnamdi Kanu dey talk Biafra,
dem send phytons to go try killam.
Boko Haram dey terrorise
dem dey dash dem money and amnesty.
Herdsmen dey Kill my people,
dem say give dem ur land so der cows can eat.
See useless, incompetent, vagabonds in power.
None of una go die better.

'None of una go die better' -Charly Boy tells Buhari's govt for fighting Nnamdi Kanu lailasnews 1

Charly Boy also admonished the people of Imo State (where he is from), not to trade one thief for another in the 2019 election. According to him, Imo indigenes deserve better and have suffered for long due to bad leadership.

He wrote;

My good people of Imo state, biko nu, let’s not trade one thief for another in this coming election. No 419ers, no scammers, no unscrupulous beings. We deserve better, we have suffered bad leadership for so long. Mumu don do movement will soon land Owerri. Get ready. God go punish wicked people.

'None of una go die better' -Charly Boy tells Buhari's govt for fighting Nnamdi Kanu lailasnews 2

Recall that few days ago, Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo State cleared the air on why he is endorsing his son in-law, Mr Uche Nwosu, to take over from him as Governor.

Speaking with newsmen at the Sam Mbakwe International Airport in Owerri, shortly on arrival from an overseas trip, Okorocha  said that Nwosu is qualified to govern Imo and that his position on the endorsement stands.

He, however, assured that the primaries to elect a candidate a governorship candidate for the APC in Imo would be transparent, noting that there would be no shortcut in selecting candidates to fly the party’s flag. Newsmen reported that observers have been criticizing the governor, for his penchant for choosing his relations to occupy public offices.

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