By Gbedu Magazine on Feb 10, 2017
Entertainer, Charly Boy, today lived up to his words as he joined the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) to protest corruption and bad government in Nigeria.
Gbedu magazine reveals that he joined the union members, who are marching through the streets of Lagos to make their demands known to the government amidst heavy Police presence.
Charly Boy, who was also one of front-liners for the Monday, February 6, protest in Lagos said that bad governance was a failure of the governed just as much as it is a failure of political leadership.
The protesters started their march through the streets of Lagos from the NLC Office Yaba Lagos.
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