Human Rights Activist, Deji Adeyanju, has said that he has lost confidence in the leadership of Charles Oputa (Charly Boy), the Convener of OurMumuDonDo Movement, just as he announced his resignation from the movement.

He disclosed this on Wednesday morning in Abuja in a text message sent to our reporter at 9:05 am.

The message read: “Dear Nigerians, ‬I have resigned my membership of OurMumuDon. I no longer have confidence in the leader of the movement, Charly Boy. He betrayed the cause while I was away in prison and compromised with the oppressors. Thank you.‬ – Deji Adeyanju ”

Recently, there has been a silent war going on within the movement which the leaders were trying to manage, a situation which led to the emergence of Free Nigeria Movement (FNM) by some aggrieved members of the OurMumuDonDo Movement.

OurMumuDonDo Movement is a civil society organisation and human rights crusader that has been at the frontline of the fight against corruption and injustice in the public offices. The group has organised series of protests to fight for the cause of the citizens and speak the truth to the power.

Recall that Adeyanju was granted bail by a court in Kano last week after he spent 78 days in prison following his arrest by the police over a murder case that has been decided since 2009 by a Kano court.

He was arrested while leading a protest tagged “#PoliceNotPolitician against the Nigerian police who were accused of bias and working in favour of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the 2019 general elections.

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