Nigerian entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, has condemned the Federal Government’s planned radio station to reach Fulani herdsmen, describing it as a disaster waiting to happen.
Last week, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, disclosed that the FG had acquired an Amplitude Modulation (AM) broadcast radio license, frequency 720KHz, for herdsmen as part of efforts to end the perennial farmers-herders clashes.
Adamu said, “The radio service will serve as a vehicle for social mobilization and education, in addition to interactive radio instruction methodology that will be adopted to reach the very hard-to-reach segment of our target population.”
Reacting to the report, Charly Boy took to his Instagram to share a post condemning the move, saying “OBJ was President for 8 years him no set up Oduduwa radio. GEJ was President for 5 years, there was no Niger Delta radio.
“Buhari President, under 4 years has opened Fulani radio.
“Where do you think all of this is heading to. My people, these people don enter our 18. Let’s all adjust ourselves.
“I smell a truckload of wahala coming.