Our Mumu Never Do? – Charly Boy to Nigerian Youths


While growing up,  youths were told they will lead the country someday – a day that now looks like a mirage. Controversial media personality, Charly Boy wrote an open letter to Nigerian youths charging each and all to take responsibility for their future.

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The 64-year showman, who recently claim to have had an encounter with Jesus, has taken to giving series of advice to Nigerians. First, it was to marriage couples and now to the deprived Nigerian youths. He opines that young people in the country have become lackadaisical in their approach to claiming their rights, as they indulge themselves in non-relevant vices.

The Area Fada also said he has been more at the frontline of late, decrying the unwilling attitude of youths to take the current bleak situation by the scruff of the neck and do something to change their mindset, in order to effect the change the country anticipates.

To Nigerian Youths,

“The other day, I was at radio continental where Wale Powpowpow and his crew engaged me in a fierce discourse about the future of many of our hopeless youths. I was so mad about the youths predicament in Nigeria, that I kept swearing, cursing and dissing our leadership for mortgaging and stealing away the future of the Nigerian youths.

“Trust me, by the time I gave my phone number out on radio, the phone lines were jumping off the hook, Hmmm come and see calls. Many who called in, plagued to stand behind me on the battle day.

“Nonsense why would you people stand behind me and not beside me, how many times have I led different groups in the advocacy of whatever their challenge may be only to turn around and not see anyone behind me or is it the people you’re fighting for always denying you?

“For any nation or people to succeed, such people must be united in their effort with unabated spirit to fight for a course which is no other than social justice and equality. However, most Nigeria youths are wasting and dying in the sad river of frustration, dejection, suffocation and total hopelessness, Chai!!!

Nigerian youths

“Most of our youths these days are incapacitated, unwilling, unable, and incapable of standing up for their rights. How can they? When most of us are still collecting pocket-money from our parents, some still writing Jamb and can’t feed or fend for themselves. Some are still jobless and not even making any tangible effort to reshape their bleak future. My guys why have most of us become so docile?

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“Why for Christ sake ain’t we angry, what can Sagging our trousers achieve when we have been robbed of our destiny and future by all the Yahoo yahoo kalukalu leaders. Why for heaven’s sake are you not Mad that the leadership for long have never cared about us, hence they have killed education because all their children are abroad in the best schools with our stolen money. Oh God!

“Our mumu never do? I challenge Nigerians youths towards changing their mindset. We should be thinking about a non-stop public protest and demonstration until most of these useless leaders are made to pay for their sins against the nation. Why can’t there be a revolution that will serve as a deterrent to future leaders.

“Where youths are weak to standup to government, every successive government would continue to intensify their effort to compound the horrors that had been caused by the previous leaders and the future of Nigeria would continue to be in a state of detour. Fear is a state of nervousness fit for children and not men, he wrote, trying to drive home his point.