Gunshots As Violent Mob Attacks Charly Boy


Gunshots and teargas have been fired to disperse trouble makers to avert crisis in Wuse Market, Abuja following an attack on the,“Our Mumu Don Do” protesters led by maverick entertainer, Charles Oputa also known as Charlyboy on Tuesday.

Charlyboy and his group left their meeting point at Unity Fountain and decided to take their campaign to the popular Wuse Market in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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Upon their arrival, they were attacked with stones by sympathizers of President Muhammadu Buhari.

However, men of the Nigeria Police Force who were stationed in the market quickly took control of the situation to restore peace and order.

Speaking during the clash, one of the leaders of the anti-Buhari protest, Deji Adeyanju said: “If the president had any integrity he will honorably resign.”

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“This government is worse than Abacha regime, Abacha during his tenure did not kill over 1,000 Shiites.

“Abacha did not waste money by sharing to hired crowd.”

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