The leader of ‘Our Mumu Don Don’ Movement Charles Oputa, popularly called CharlyBoy, has dismissed allegations by political activist, Deji Adeyanju, that he collected money from the presidency.
Adeyanju had alleged that Charly Boy collected the money to attack the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar, before the February 23 polls.
He claimed that CharlyBoy had confessed to him that he collected money form President Muhammadu Buhari to attack Atiku before the presidential election.
Adeyanju also threatened to release audio evidence of his conversation with CharlyBoy confessing if he refuses to accept the truth.
However, Charly Boy did not refute or accept the new allegation by Deji.
In a post on Facebook, he warned Adeyanju whom he described as his ‘son’ to take it easy.
Charly Boy wrote: “When a father sits in silence it’s because he is a father.
“Deji, me and you know weytin dey worry you, wey you no fit tell your fans.
“Nevertheless, I still love you, try mellow on your break dancing my son.”