Veteran Nigerian entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, has reacted to the recovery of exotic vehicles allegedly belonging to the former governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom.
Akelicious recalls that the asset recovery committee set up by the new Benue State governor, Hyacinth Alia, had raided an automobile shop reportedly belonging to Ortom.
Alia had accused the former governor’s administration of looting, maintaining that he “met no single car or truck in the government house”.
The committee was said to have seized some vehicles during the operation and used towing vans to pull out others, after attempts to drive them away failed.
Reacting to the development via his Twitter handle, Charly Boy lamented that he was disappointed with Ortom.
He berated Ortom for constantly condemning the government of former President Muhammadu Buhari whilst also getting involved in questionable acts.
He wrote, “See as Ortom go fall my hand.
“How come dem discover over 30 cars for ur garage, wetin you dey take am do.
“Na only u alone wan ride 30cars, una don craze be dat.
“Before, I bin like U small as u dey follow us tackle Buhari, I no know say u fk up pass
“I hope all the salaries U dey owe, say u pay before u leave.
“Kai, U no just try at all.
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