5 January 2013

Nigeria: Charly Boy's Message for the Year

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Charles Oputa.

As typical of the Area Fada, he lampooned the government of Nigeria and also talked about other areas in which Nigerian masses are being subjected to undue sufferings.

"In quiet moments like this, nothing runs through my mind than remembering all my haters, foes, enemies, friends, and those dear to me. It's New Year, another time to make resolutions and aspire to acquire the desire we admire even if we misfired last year, we have this year to re-fire," he said.

He continued, but can I candidly wish you a happy and prosperous New Year when our national patrimony has been cornered by thieves, gangsters, fraudsters in stacked robes! We live in a war situation, continuous Armageddon, Boko Haram bombers, poverty, and insecurity, pen robbers who loot our treasures with impunity and squander the future of our youths, who are morphing into anti-social scum bags.

All I can wish you this year is survival. May God help us to simplify our lives and live without cluttering it. Let's get ready for this year.'

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