Charlyboy reacts to FG’s ceasefire talks with Boko Haram

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Maverick entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charlyboy, on Monday reacted to a statement credited to the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, that the Federal Government had been in a long ceasefire talk with the Boko Haram insurgents.

Mohammed had while addressing reporters in Lagos yesterday, disclosed that the government has been in a long ceasefire talk with members of the Boko Haram sect. 

Reacting, the Our Mumu Don Do founder said terrorism will remain in the country for a very long time as it has become a big business in Nigeria.

Charlyboy while sharing a photo of Lai Mohammed on Instagram wrote, ”If the minister of ‘misinformation’ Lai Mohammed na your papa, brother or friend, help me tell am to go rest for him village.

” How can government be negotiating with Boko Haram he claimed were technically defeated. Terrorisim will be with us for a long time because it has become big business in Nigeria.

” Its beneficiaries are living large, trading with people’s lives. Der papa.”



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