Reno Omokri ask INEC to prosecute Charly Boy after admitting he received money from Keyamo to release Atiku diss song

Former presidential media aide, Reno Omokri has reacted to the interview Charly Boy granted in which he admitted to collecting money from Festus Keyamo to release a diss track against PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

According to Omokri, Keyamo paying for a diss track against Atiku amounts to electoral offence. He wrote

”Dear INEC Nigeria and EFCC,

Have you listened to the tape of Charly Boy, admitting to collecting bribe from Buhari’s campaign through Festus (Stephanie Otobo) to slander PDP’s Atiku Abubakar? Is this not against the Electoral Act?

And as for you Charly Boy, I admired you when I was a child. You have built up such a formidable mystique. Why allow an odious fellow like Festus (Stephanie Otobo) rubbish what you have built over the years? Why sell out so cheaply?

When you, Charly Boy were a star in the 80s, where was Festus (Stephanie Otobo)? You used to be a respected legendary icon. Who should be bribing who between you and that ambulance chaser called Keyamo? Oh I am so disappointed!

Charly Boy, I went to your concert at Trade Fair Complex as a teenager in 1990. I saw you physically. I spent my pocket money on you. I can still sing 1990, your hit 1989 song. Why have you chosen to make me ashamed of you in my middle age?

We know Festus (Stephanie Otobo) to be gutter born, gutter raised and gutter destined (unless he changes). But you, were born to a honourable man/family. No matter how much money gutter gives you, you shouldn’t stoop to collect it!

Even if you, Charly Boy, want to collect bribe, don’t you have sense in that your gorimapa head to know that you should not have taken it from a loud mouth guttersnipe like Festus (Stephanie Otobo), who has been casting your matter?

Festus (Stephanie Otobo) is Nigeria’s most notorious gossip. Is that the type of person you, Charly Boy, expect will give you bribe and will not cast your matter to anyone who cares to listen? Oh Charly! First Gbenga Daniel. Now you!

A week ago, you claimed you saw your late father, Justice Chukwudifu Oputa, in a dream. Perhaps your father was not crying for the rot in the judiciary, as you claimed. Perhaps, he was crying for the rot in his son. Shame on you Charly Boy!

What both Charly Boy and Gbenga Daniels have done recently has fed false stereotypes of betrayal and love for money about their individual tribes. These stereotypes are not true, but Charles and Daniel feed them making it hard to dispel

To all other activists and lovers of democracy, learn from Charly Boy’s.

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