UPDATE: Charley Boy Collapses During ResignOrResume Protest In Abuja [SEE PHOTO]

The leader of protesting Concerned Nigerians organization, Charles Oputa widely known as Charley Boy was reported to have stumped today in the middle of their demonstration at Unity Fountain in Abuja.

Charly Boy along with his members parading the banner ‘Our Mumu Don Do’ are protesting against the overdue stay of President Muhammadu Buhari in London

Their demands state: “that the president either personally or through his aides make the true detail of his health known to all Nigerians; that president should address all Nigerians in a language we can all understand on the true state of his health and other national issues; that he returns to the country and resume work as president of Federal Republic of Nigeria in order to lead us out economic and security quagmire we have been pushed into as a nation; if President Buhari fails, refuses and/ lor neglect to do any of the above , then he should resign from office; if he fails to honourably resign ,then he should be impeached from office by the national assembly”.

In continuation of the protest that started yesterday, the gang leader inhaled teargas from canisters fired at protesters by anti-riot policemen.

See picture of the collapsed singer and activist, Charly Boy on the ground:

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4 thoughts on “UPDATE: Charley Boy Collapses During ResignOrResume Protest In Abuja [SEE PHOTO]

  • August 8, 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Are they even serious at all?Why didn’t they use the wasted strength in protesting the dely in the extradition of the former minister of petroleum Diesiani Alinson Madueke from London to come and face trial over the Stolen Commonwealth of the country.They are the greatest of MUMUS.

    • August 9, 2017 at 7:32 pm

      We have been made a fool for so long, nothing of this sort can happen in a civilized world. It is quite unfortunate, Nigeria isn’t progressing but retrogressing. Let us learn to do things in a civilized manner. The people of about 2millin people should not be taken for a ride

  • August 8, 2017 at 9:27 pm

    Absolutely wrong to say they are the greatest of minutes @ Luqman. The country needs a direction and the sincere state of Mr. President. It’s almost 90 days our president has been away. It calls for questioning and serious concerns. Poor enough the country’s most exalted office has become an instrument of caricature as a result of our president’s health. Not forgetting the recent CNN…

    • August 8, 2017 at 9:29 pm

      *greatest mumu

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