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Deji Adeyanju quits ‘our mumu don do’ movement

…Accuses Charly Boy of compromise

By Doosuur Iwambe, Abuja

Nigerian activist Deji Adeyanju backed out of the ‘our mumu don do’ movement.

He also accused its leader, Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy of compromise.

This is just as Nigerians took a swipe at-charly-boy for betraying-mumu-don-cause.

Adeyanju who shared the allegation in a post on Twitter had many Nigerians have reacting to it.

Most of them are blasting Charly Boy and alleging that the controversial activist has always been a fraud.

Daily Times recalls that it is been a tough year for Nigerian activist, Deji Adeyanju, who has spent the last few months in Kano prison and only just got released recently.

Upon his release, Deji has resumed his regular condemnation of the ruling party and its cohorts. However, it appears he did not only lose time while in prison, he has been greeted by betrayal by some of his former partners in the activism movement.

In a recent post shared on Twitter, Deji claimed that his partner and leader of the ‘our mumu don do’ movement, Charly Boy, has been compromised and for that reason he is pulling out of the group.