In the wake of the allegations surrounding Seyi Tinubu’s purchase of a “fraud-tainted” property in London, veteran Nigerian singer, Charles Oputa, also known as Charly Boy, has spoken out about the potential for corruption under President-elect Bola Tinubu.
Charly Boy took to Twitter to express his concerns, stating that the corruption uncovered in this particular case was just the beginning of what Nigerians may see should Tinubu be inaugurated as president on May 29th.
He shared screenshots of the allegations against Seyi Tinubu and warned Nigerians to be prepared for the worst, using the phrase “Shege Banza,” a Hausa language expression that loosely translates to “unbelievable” or “unbearable.” News About Nigeria reports.
Charly Boy wrote, “We never see anything.
“If INEC-select president succeeds enter May 29th, we go see Shege Banza.”
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) seized the $10.8 million London property from Kola Aluko, a former ally of petroleum minister Diezani Alison-Madueke, in 2017 through Aranda Overseas Corp., a company Seyi Tinubu is named as a main shareholder.
The accusations have caused concern among Nigerians, with many worried about the potential for corruption under Tinubu’s leadership. It remains to be seen how this will impact the upcoming inauguration and future governance in Nigeria.
As the nation prepares for a new era under President-elect Tinubu, the allegations against Seyi Tinubu and the warning from Charly Boy serve as a reminder of the importance of holding those in power accountable for their actions.