Protect your votes at the polls, Charly Boy advises young people

Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, often known as Charly Boy, is a prominent Nigerian singer-songwriter who has urged young people all around the nation to vote safely at their polling places in the general elections of .

Oputa made the statement during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja, which was held in conjunction with the “YellOut 4 Good Governance in Nigeria” event.

He expressed his happiness and pride in the young people of the nation.

“I’ve informed them that the outstanding Nigerian youths are the extraordinary ones who hold the key to any nation’s redemption.

“They already understand their rights, but I’m calling on them to stand up and fight for them at the polls.

“However, I know that the boys are ready to give them back what they get if the opposition decides to do it. I can only wish them luck and pray for their safety because I don’t get chills there.

Because of years of division and delay, sacrifices must be made, and we will make them, Oputa said. “Nigeria is getting too hazardous for my taste,” he added.

Regarding the murder of the leader of the Labour Party in Kaduna, Charly Boy claimed that the previous administration still believed they could follow their own rules.

The 72-year-old actor and television host, who was born in Port Harcourt, claims that the old leadership is in denial about the revolution that is taking place right in front of their eyes.

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