“Is This How Britain Lets Us Know Our Next President? – Charly Boy Reacts To Photo Of Boris, Peter Obi And Past Country Leaders“Is This How Britain Lets Us Know Our Next President? – Charly Boy Reacts To Photo Of Boris, Peter Obi And Past Country Leaders
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“Is this how Britain lets us know our next President? – Charly Boy reacts to photo of Boris, Peter Obi and past country leaders

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“Is this how Britain lets us know our next President? – Charly Boy reacts to photo of Boris, Peter Obi and past country leaders

Famous singer, writer Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, better known as Charly Boy, has reacted to photos of past Nigeria and Britain leaders and the current L abour Party presidential candidate,

Peter Obi.

According Charly Boy who shared the photo, every election year, Britain leaders invite their preferred Nigerian presidential candidate to Number 10 Downing Street, the permanent home of every active Prime Minister.

Citing examples, the veteran entertainer sa id ‘Obasanjo was invited in 1998

and in ’99 he became President, GEJ in 2010 and 2011 he became President, while Buhari in 2014 and in 2015 he was made president.’

With the above, Charly Boy wondered if Peter Obi will be the next president as he has been invited by the Boris Johnson who recently resigned as England’s Prime Minister.

“Is dis how Britain lets us know our next President?

Every election year, they invite their preferred Nigerian presidential candidate to Number 10 Downing Street, the permanent home of every active Prime Minister.

They invited Obasanjo in 1998. ’99 he became President.

GEJ in 2010. 2011 he became President.

Buhari in 2014. 2015 he was rigged in as Presidiot.

Now they have invited Peter Obi in 2022.

Wetin wan happen now?

Think about it.” Charly Boy asked.

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