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Wednesday, 29 January 2020

"You're pompous and Braggadocio" – Charly Boy writes Willy Obiano over 'Papal Night Award'

One of the Nigeria's most controversial entertainers and leader of "Our Mumu Don Do" movement, Charles Oputa, a.k.a, Charly Boy has condemned the governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Mmaduaburochukwu Obiano over what his described as the "pomposity and draggadocio" lifestyle of the number one citizen of Anambra state.

Charly Boy took to his official and verified Facebook page to lambast the governor whom he said neglected the youths of Anambra state despite reaching out to him on several occasions only to call him all the way from Rome to brag about his recent Papal Night Award.

Read below:

“Willy is loud, most times pompous and braggadocios. His own possen no be here. I went to him a few times since he became governor to know what we can do with the youths in Anambra state and Infact Igbo land, but Willy wasn’t so intrested in working with us. He bragged of how he has all areas covered and seemed more intrested in my female workers than the buisness of the youths. Willy like nyash no be here.
“I stopped calling or reaching out to him, because our meetings no dey yield any action for the street people. So I just give am long rope, as an Emperor concern. You can imagine my surprise when I was called by Willy all the way from Rome. As usual, e no waste time to start to blow his trumpet again. He was excited as he bored me shitless with the story of his knighthood by the Pope. In his words, it is to be the highest honor bestowed on an African he claimed. Haba, Willy, which kin lie be dat naa?
Justice Oputa received his knighthood from the Pope too, and guess what? the gentleman didn’t lobby for it sam sam.
stay tuned”.
 While replying those who came in defense of the governor, Charly Boy added:

“Willy is working, oh Yesooooo. Working the pockets of Anambrarians? All of them na the same thing. Do as you like people, people whose ego are bigger than Nigeria. Willy use to be one of the boys in my class in secondary school, ckc onitsha, to be precise. Then he was this boy trying to fit in, a nerd if you like.
He was my neighbor in Gbagada while working as an ED in fedelity bank. We visited each other a lot then. We were sort of family friends. He knew how to trow a party where he can feel very KINGLY. Willy was and still is a fun kinda person, gbedu Guy, a party freak, a show man, Willy willy.”

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