Popular show promoter and activist, Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy via his official social media page expressed pain and displeasure at the impunity in the electoral system of Nigeria. In a 3-minute video, The activist said he's pained and felt ra.ped, adding that the level of impunity in the country is extreme.
He said they keep rubbing impunity on our faces and the worse part is that some of the securities agencies, governors, thugs, and electoral officers are involved in the show of shame. He said they have lost every sense of reasoning and don't care about the aftermath.
Charly Boy asked why some people feel they own Nigeria, adding that they don't care if what they do affects the people.
He affirms that we have all seen that we don't need good laws to restrain bad people since they feel laws are only for the weak. He noted that we need good people to restrain bad people from polluting their space.
The headline is in the first 1-minute of the 3-minute video
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