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The mainstream media and the human rights organizations are teaming up with Charly boy, known as area father, a fighter for human rights, a Nigerian prince of both in music and in talk shows, but this particular Lion is known for his fight against injustice for the Nigerian people. Now Charles Oputa is taking the LGBT community with him, and with the growing numbers of homosexuals in the mainstream media, the battle had just begun and all the violations including gay rights violations and all forms of discrimination against gay and lesbians living in Nigeria, Charly boy is taking the forefront to the government, leading the fight against homophobics and anti gay campaigners, seeking for batter treatments for the Nigerian LGBT community.