My mother was a witch - Charly Boy describes late mom

My mother was a witch - Charly Boy describes late mom

- Nigerian singer and activist, Charley Boy, recently took to social media to remember his late mother

- The Area Fada described his late mother as a witch as he gave reasons for it

- According to him, his late mom was a very good witch

Women, particularly mothers, are no doubt loved and respected by people whose lives they have touched. It is little wonder that there are many days in a year to celebrate mothers.

When people celebrate their mothers, they often describe them with endearing terms such as angel, caregiver, lover, adviser and more. Well, Nigerian singer and activist, Charly Boy, has proved not to be a regular person by doing things differently.

The self-styled Area Fada recently took to his Instagram page to remember his late mother and to the surprise of all, he called her a witch.

Giving reasons for using such a unique term on his mother, Charly explained that she carried him in her belly for 11 months, trained him for 30 years till he became a man, fed many poor people and more. He concluded that she was a good witch.

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He wrote: “My mum was a witch.

Person wey carry CharlyBoy for 11months for belle.

Person wey cook CharlyBoy for Fire for 30years till he became a man.

Person wey train, help and care for thousands of poor people wey no be mother Theresa.

Person wey spiritually empower and emboldened the brand CharlyBoy na a very good witch.”

See his post below:

Hmm…Interesting.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that Charly Boy lost his mother, Margaret Ntianu Oputa, at the age of 102 on October 8, 2019.

Sharing a photo with her on Instagram, he captioned: "I wish to announce the death of our Mother Mrs Margaret Ntianu Oputa nee Onumonu which occurred Tuesday the 8th of October, 2019."

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