Renowned Nigerian entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, has voiced his disappointment following the recovery of exotic vehicles reportedly belonging to the former governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom.
Governor Alia’s committee raided an automobile shop purportedly linked to Samuel Ortom, accusing the former governor’s administration of looting.
Alia asserted that he “found no single car or truck in the government house” upon assuming office. During the operation, the committee seized certain vehicles and utilized towing vans to remove others after unsuccessful attempts to drive them away.
Expressing his disappointment on Twitter, Charly Boy criticized Ortom for his alleged involvement in questionable activities while consistently criticizing the government of former President Muhammadu Buhari.
The veteran entertainer lamented the contrasting actions of the former governor, highlighting his disappointment with the revelations.
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.
“APC/PDP who thief pass?
The recovery of the alleged vehicles belonging to Samuel Ortom underscores the ongoing efforts by the new Benue State administration to address issues of corruption and mismanagement of public resources.