Veteran activist, Charly Boy has revealed that Nigeria’s former president, Olusegun Obasanjo reportedly stopped 1.5 million citizens of Chad from gaining access into the country in order to participate in Saturday’s presidential election.
Charly Boy made the revelation on his Instagram page.
According to Charly Boy, the Nigerian elder statesman received a call from a junior immigration officer that 100 trucks carrying over 1.5 million Chadians got access to the Nigerian border and were heading to Kaduna State, adding that Obasanjo responded immediately and asked his personal security officials to block all roads leading to Kaduna State, which led to the capturing of the trucks.
Charly Boy further revealed that the trucks did not have plate numbers and the Chadians who were holding Nigerian PVCs pretended not to hear English, adding that Obasanjo ordered such PVCs to be collected and destroyed immediately.
The singer finally disclosed that Chad’s President was contacted immediately by Obasanjo and he denied knowing about such an incident, and the Chadians were ordered to go back to their country.
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Obasanjo Blocked 100 Trucks Containers Carrying Nearly 1Million Chadians From Entering Nigeria To Kaduna To Vote APC
Obasanjo received a call from a junior immigration officer ( name withheld ) that unknown 100 trucks carrying over 1million Chadians got access to the Nigeria border and were heading to Kaduna .
Obasanjo responded immediately around 2pm in the afternoon , Obasanjo called immigration boss but no response from him , Obasanjo asked his personal security officials to blocked all the roads leading to Kaduna and finally , the trucks were captured .
The trucks with no plate number have nearly 1million Chadians all with Nigeria PVC when they were interrogated , they pretend not to hear English , Obasanjo ordered that the PVC be collected and destroyed immediately .
Chad President was phoned immediately by Obasanjo and he denied knowing about such incidents , since there was no place to keep such a multitude of people , the trucks were ordered to turn back to Chad…..”
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