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  • Updated: October 13, 2020

#EndSars: 'Can Criminals Reform Criminals?' Charly Boy Asks As He Reacts To Protests

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Oyindamola Olubajo
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Veteran entertainer Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy has reacted to the ongoing nationwide protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

In a post on his official Instagram page, Charly Boy also known as Area Fada said calling for police reform is a joke.

According to the entertainer who is a strong critic of President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, the reformed Boko Haram killers are the ones in the police force and Nigerian Army.

Charly Boy also claimed that Buhari's government does not care about its citizens, just as he called on citizens to protect themselves.

“I thank God sey finally finally our Mumu don dey belleful Us. The “reformed” Boko Haram killers no be the same people dem put for Nigerian Army and police? After you disban sars where you go put dem. Calling for police reform is a joke, una don see where criminals dey reform criminals. Na me go tell you say dis Government no send anybody?
My people make we protect ourselves."

Meanwhile, the Special Adviser to Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina has announced that the Presidential Panel on the Reform of the just disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigerian police has approved the 5-points demand of the protesting youths across the country.

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Oyindamola Olubajo
Oyindamola Olubajo

Oyindamola Olubajo is a graduate of Mass Communication, who is passionate about taking you round the...

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