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Naira Abuse: Use Your Powers To Execute Those Stealing From The Nation Rather Than Celebrities Catching Fun – Charly Boy Slams EFCC

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He said spraying Naira is a “part of our age-long familiar culture which promotes bonding among people.”

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Popular Nigerian activist, Charles Oputa, better known as Charly Boy, has taken as swipe at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over the arraignment of businessman, Cubana Chiefpriest for Naira abuse.

He accused the anti-corruption agency of indulging in “frivolous shenanigans to distract Nigerians.”

He then asked why EFCC is going after people for Naira abuse rather than for serious crimes.

According to him, spraying Naira is a “part of our age-long familiar culture which promotes bonding among people.”

He said that the three-count charge EFCC brought against Paschal Okechukwu, aka Cubana Chief Priest, “leaves one thinking that the Commission has no important job to do” and they are only indulging in frivolous acts to “keep distracting poor, hungry, and hopeless Nigerians.

Charley Boy wrote on Instagram: “Currently, the attention of Nigerians is being drawn to an issue that has no bearing whatsoever, on the well-being of the ordinary people or the National economy.

“The arrest and arraignment of person or persons spraying the local currency, Naira, at social events is now a f3cking Big deal.”

He continued: “Why focus massive energy, on frivolous, pedestrian, and harmless misdemeanor by people catching fun rather than going after those who use executive powers to steal humongous amounts from the public Treasury with reckless impunity?

“God punish all of una in EFCC, una no go die better. Ur Fathers.

“Seriously my people una think say na the kin work EFCC suppose to dey do?”

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