Charly Boy Condemns Proposed Military Invasion of Niger Republic

Charly Boy Condemns Proposed Military Invasion of Niger Republic

Veteran Nigerian entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, has expressed his strong disapproval of the proposed military invasion of Niger Republic.


The President of Nigeria, Bola Tinubu, had recently briefed the National Assembly about the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)’s plan for military action and other penalties against the coup plotters in Niger Republic.

However, Charly Boy believes that such a military intervention would lead to dire consequences and urges the All Progressives Congress (APC) not to plunge into a situation that would be difficult to resolve.

Concerns About Military Action:

In reaction to the development, Charly Boy emphasizes that the potential military intervention in the Republic of Niger is generating tension throughout the West Africa sub-region and has caught the attention of the international community.

He argues that the people of Niger Republic appear to be uniting around a common interest, seeking economic freedom, and distancing themselves from overbearing western influence.


Charly Boy believes that going to war with such a population would have significant ramifications, potentially leading to instability and further conflict in the region.

The Complexity of War:

The entertainer expresses his concern that initiating a war is much easier than finding a peaceful resolution to it.

He cautions the APC, the ruling party in Nigeria, against advocating for military action and warns that doing so might lead the nation into a protracted conflict that would be challenging to conclude.

Charly Boy highlights the fact that Nigeria already faces enormous problems, and engaging in a war could exacerbate the existing issues, making it even more challenging to address pressing domestic concerns.


Charly Boy’s condemnation of the proposed military invasion of Niger Republic underscores the importance of carefully considering the potential consequences of such actions.


He urges the APC and the Nigerian government to prioritize peaceful dialogue and diplomatic solutions to regional issues rather than resorting to armed conflict.

As tensions escalate, the call for restraint and thoughtful decision-making becomes crucial to maintaining stability and fostering cooperation among neighboring countries in the West Africa sub-region.


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