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2022: Nobody is crossing to anywhere untill Buhari packs, goes – Charly Boy

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Nigerian singer/songwriter, television presenter, publisher, and producer Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, also known as Charly Boy has said that … nobody is crossing to anywhere until president Muhammadu Buhari packs, goes come 2023.

Charly Boy who took a jab at the craze for Crossover night which is the gathering of people at churches said that ‘We all die here. Get ready for 2022’

He also asked if the Crossover service was stated anywhere in the bible? and what is the significance of cross over night?

He said further that he is aware that many Nigerians are prepared to run into the church about a few minutes to 12 just to enter the next year and wonder what kind of assurance they get from pastors on the year 2022.

He said: ”Crossover Nonsense.
”What exactly is the significance of cross overnight? Is it stated anywhere in the bible? Apart from the fact that its a time to worship God is there any other spiritual or physical purpose?

”I know say many don dey prepare to run into the church about few minutes to 12 just to enter the next year in the church from all sort of places and it makes me wonder what kind of assurance dem yeye pastor dey give them?

”I laff in Oguta, nobody is crossing to anywhere untill Buhari packs and goes.
”We all die here.
”Get ready for 2022
”e rugged bad oooooo”

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