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Charly Boy Calls on Obidients to Occupy Abuja Ahead of Presidential Tribunal Judgment



Charles Oputa, who most people know as Charly Boy, made an appeal on Tuesday to the followers of the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi, affectionately referred to as “Obidients.” He urged them to gather and occupy the streets of Abuja in anticipation of the judgment that was scheduled for the following day at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal.

Charly Boy, a well-known figure in the music industry, television, and activism, used his platform to communicate this message. He emphasized the importance of this action, as he believed it was necessary to reclaim what he and his supporters considered their rightful victory, alleging that it had been taken from them.

“Fellow Obidients, anyhow, we must occupy all the streets of Abuja before 6 am. We will start with all the streets surrounding court house. Nobody is dying tomorrow; we know about their scare tactics.

“We must retrieve our stolen future from these criminals or be ready to face the most horrific hardship ever. There is nothing to fear; most of us are already down because of these seasoned criminals in power.

“We must show dem say our Mumu don Belleful us. Their fathers.”

The tribunal is expected to deliver its verdict today as Obi of the LP and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party are challenging incumbent Bola Tinubu’s declaration as the 2023 presidential election winner by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

The Nigeria Police Force had earlier warned against violent protests ahead of the tribunal’s verdict.