In the latest salvo fired between Charly Boy and Deji Adeyanju, two former lead conveners of ‘good governance’ advocacy – Our Mumu Don Do, Adeyanju has accused Charly Boy of being an APC sellout.
According to the radical, who called his former comrade a ‘mumu’, he was abandoning his earlier resolve not to make any further public comments about the circumstances of his withdrawal from the Our Mumu Don Do group in the light of comments Charly Boy made in a Vanguard article.
In the said article, Charly boy was quoted as saying that Adeyanju’s major grouse, which led to his quitting the advocacy group, was because he wasn’t ‘prepared to share any money’, neither was he going to turn a ‘better nation’ group into a political party.
Apparently, Adeyanju took this comments very badly, and that was what led to his latest vituperations.
He tweeted the following:
“I didn’t want to respond or ever say a word about my withdrawal from Our Mumu Don Do but going through this vanguard report, I must now clear the air.
“Charly Boy is the number one Mumu in Nigeria…
“He compromised by collecting money from the government while I was locked up in prison by the oppressors. He collected money from them to do a video against the main opposition candidate – Atiku – and also to stop attacking Buhari.
“When I confronted him – Charly Boy – with the evidence, he confessed to collecting money from them but said he didn’t collect the money to do a video against Atiku but they gave him the money as support. I dare him to deny this allegation. I have the recording of his confession.”
Adeyanju had earlier, shortly after his latest release from prison, labelled Charly Boy a betrayer for abandoning him during his travails in the hands of the Nigeria Police.