CharlyBoy is seen conveying a bulletin as he strolled forcefully
Famous Nigerian performer, Charles Oputa, also called Charlyboy, has left on a solitary dissent to the Presidential Villa.
The performance dissent is in solidarity with the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG, development, which is remembering the third commemoration of the snatching of Chibok young ladies.
The TV have set out on a performance excursion to the Aso Rock on Monday.
In a video posted on the web, CharlyBoy is seen conveying a bulletin as he strolled forcefully towards the Villa.
Review that in April 14, 2014, Boko Haram extremists attacked Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok in Borno state, and kidnapped more than 200 young ladies.
Nonetheless, 57 of the young ladies got away, four were found, and 21 discharged after an arrangement the administration hit with the faction.
Around 195 of the school young ladies are still in bondage.
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