Fiery activist Deji Adeyanju has informed that he is cutting ties with the Our Mumu Don Do campaign championed by CharlyBoy, former President, Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN).
According to Adeyanju who recently regained freedom after spending 78-days in detention, CharlyBoy has been compromised by ‘oppressors’ while he was in detention.
Adeyanju resigned his membership from the movement in a post on his Twitter page when he wrote thus; “Dear Nigerians, I have resigned my membership of Our Mumu Don Do.
”I no longer have confidence in the leader of the movement, CharlyBoy. He betrayed the cause while I was away in prison and compromised with the oppressors. Thank you.”
OurMumuDonDo movement is a national reawakening and social movement that is focused on mobilising Nigerians, especially young men and women to effectuate a social change in Nigeria headed by CharlyBoy.
Recall also that Adeyanju alongside CharlyBoy were at the forefront of the #ResumeOrResign protest calling for the resignation or return of President Muhammadu Buhari while he was still receiving medical attention in London in the year 2017.
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