The former governor of anambra state and 2023 labour party presidential candidate, Peter Obi was interviewed on arise TV yesterday morning.
Reacting after the interview, popular Nigerian singer and human rights activist, Charly Boy released a statement via his official Twitter handle, where he commended Peter Obi's performance during the interview.
Quoting the original statement released on Twitter by Charly Boy, he said; "How many people watched Peter Obi’s interview on Arise Tv yesterday morning. Omoo!! The wisdom wey dey dat man head no be here. See how he mesmerized the people on Arise. I love Peter, because of him I believe that Nigeria will soon purge herself from all the criminally corrupt elements".
Check out Below for the screen capture of the original statement released by Charly Boy via his twitter handle;
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