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I Quit! Protests Does Not Move Nigerian Leaders – Charly Boy

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Nigerian songwriter and the convener of Our Mumu Don Do Movement Charly Boy has lost hope and confidence in the thoughts that protesting can effect change on national issues, and is withdrawing from further protests.

The 68-year-old singer, in a recent interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN in Abuja yesterday, recalled how he had fought injustice for about 40 years of his life, leading protests for a better Nigeria. He noted that his father taught him to fight injustice and that has been his motivation while leading the protests. He further recounted all the tortures he had been made to go through in the hands of the police and security agencies.I Quit! Protests Does Not Move Nigerian Leaders - Charly Boy

He then noted that the political leaders, however, have overtime remained insensitive to the plights of Nigerians and were not moved by such protests to hold them accountable.  He lamenting the bad leadership the country had suffered for almost six decades of her independence, which the country may not be free from.

Charly Boy then announced that he is withdrawing from street protests over national issues to implore other means. He then urged the advocates of good governance and patriotic Nigerians to engage the leaders through other non-violent avenues.I Quit! Protests Does Not Move Nigerian Leaders - Charly Boy

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I have spent over 40 years of my life leading protest for a better society, and I can tell you that street protest will not change our leaders. My father always told me back then that whenever I see injustice, I should fight it because it may come to affect me someday too, and that is my motivation for fighting injustice over these years.

On several occasions, I have been tortured by the Nigerian police and the military for standing up to authorities to ask questions. I am not a professional protester, so now I have decided to use other means to hold leaders accountable“, he said.

Controversial Entertainer Charly Boy. Photos Credit: Getty
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