Adaeze Oputa whose court wedding to her husband, Mr Anu, was held on Thursday February 1st, is currently holding her traditional wedding
Veteran singer, Charly Boy’s first daughter, Adaeze Oputa whose court wedding to her husband, Mr Anu, was held on Thursday February 1st, is currently holding her traditional wedding today February 3rd.
Charly Boy who shared photos from the court wedding of Adaeze who graduated from South Carolina State University and lives in Atlanta, Georgia on Instagram, wrote;
Kai, see my beautiful Princes wey I heavily invest on. Na him wey one fine boy come carry. It’s not fair.😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 Mr and Mrs Anu. The latest couple in 🇳🇬
Here are photos from the wedding below;
Charly Boy who is an ‘ourmumudondo’ campaigner, yesterday in an interview with Vanguard disclosed his quest to radically change the political landscape in Nigeria by encouraging young citizens to choose political participation at the expense of political apathy.
With over 40 years experience in civil advocacy, Charly Boy gave an insight into the civic campaigns he powered through the “Our Mumu Don Do” – a clause which literally means in pidgin which means “Our stupidity is enough”.
Read excerpts below:
Our Mumu Don Do is a movement that tries to reemphasizes the need for the people to wake up from their slumber and begin to act as the instruments of change to sanitize and contribute to the development of the country. It is a national reawakening social effort dedicated to promoting social justice, accountability, transparency, good governance, and engendering a new social order in Nigeria through sustained activism and a formidable coalition.
The movement is a coalition of all angry, vexed, and frustrated Nigerians who are committed to bringing about a Nigeria that works for everyone in a non-violent manner. Starting from the grassroots to the highest political echelon in the nation, the movement aims to revolutionize politics by ending elite conspiracy and giving power to the rightful owners – the people. We believe the solution to the myriads of problems bedeviling Nigeria is to democratize politics. We are a staunch advocate of popular democracy, a democracy of the multitude asking questions and electing people who share their views and experiences. The movement was officially launched in March 2017. The inspiration to start the OurMumuDonDo Movement came after a 3 days OccupyNASS protest which held at the front of the National Assembly, in Abuja, primarily to demand transparency and accountability in the day-to-day affairs of the legislative chambers.
The 3-day protest was led by a former co-convener of the OurMumuDonDo Movement, Retson Tedheke. After the OccupyNASS demonstration, a meeting was held in Lagos, precisely December 13 2016, where people from different walks of life gathered at my abode to discuss the debilitating state of things in the country and how we can rise to the occasion to salvage the nation before it becomes too late to do so. I recall that at the meeting was me, Retson Tedheke, Adebayo Raphael, Kemi Olunloyo, Okufuwa Samad, and a couple others.
It was during our deliberation that day that we came up with the phrase ‘OurMumuDonDo’. No one had a problem with the name at the meeting. And this is so because the slogan ‘Our Mumu Don Do’, is not only catchy, but it resonates with every Nigerian regardless of where you belong in the society. It resonates with the rich, and even more with the downtrodden and suffering masses in our country.