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Charly Boy Talks Growing up, His Career, Politics, “Our Mumu Don Do” & More in TVC’s “The Sunday Interview” | Watch on BN TV



In a new interview with TVC news’ The Sunday Interview, entertainer Charly Boy (real name Charles Oputa) is opening up about what it was like growing up, his political views, his family, his Our Mumu Don Do movement and a whole lot more.


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1 Comment

  1. Keep it jiggy

    April 29, 2017 at 2:45 pm

    Valid points you made there, Charles, re the Nigerian political class & their continuing manipulation of the system for their own selfish ends. Many of us agree with you that the youths/common man aren’t the only ones imperiled by their shenanigans. Because many of them in the two houses are illiterate(including those with college degrees), they are not aware of the impending societal shake-up. It has been said that”those the revolution will sweep away are often the last to recognize & acknowledge it”. Let them continue to delude themselves, thinking the Mobile Police, DSS, etc, will protect them when cataclysm comes. They did not protect the Shah. History should teach, but quite obviously, not this lot.

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