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Charly Boy blasts police for chasing fake certificate holders, says president is the ‘chief forger’

The controversial Nigerian entertainer, Charly Boy, has launched a scathing attack on the Nigerian police force for their alleged plan to arrest Nigerians with fake foreign certificates.


The singer, songwriter, and television presenter, whose real name is Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, took to his social media platforms to ridicule the police, calling them jokers and masturbators.


He accused the police of being hypocritical and insincere in their fight against certificate forgery, saying that they should start from Aso Rock, the official residence of the president of Nigeria.


He claimed that the president himself is the “chief certificate forger”, implying that he has no authentic academic credentials.


He wrote in a mix of English and Pidgin:


“Omo, see as dem dey whine us like people wey dia mamu na follow come.

Nigerian Police,

Abegi stop masturkating yaselves.

As una wan start to arrest certificate forgers, I pray you una go start from so Rock.

The CC(chief certificate forger) live’s there.

Make una dey play. g


Dia fathers.”

Charly Boy is known for his outspokenness and activism on various social and political issues in Nigeria. He has often criticized the government and the political class for their perceived corruption and incompetence.


He has also been involved in several protests and campaigns, such as the “Our Mumu Don Do” movement, which demanded good governance and accountability from the leaders.


His latest rant against the police has sparked mixed reactions from his fans and followers, some of whom supported his views, while others disagreed with him.


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