Falz(Femi Falana) gave out a brief speech of what has been going down within the country from the first day Nigerian youths determined to protest and enlighten against police brutality
“Myself and one other artist, Runtown, we had shared on our Twitter handles that we were going to trace a slide, a aloof enlighten against all forms of police brutality. We did that with the hashtag #EndSars. The hashtag used to be already in existence. It used to be a spacious thing on social media nonetheless nobody had long gone to trace it bodily, so we determined to go a step extra,” he said.
The attorney grew to became rapper went on to allege how the enlighten which started with factual a couple of individuals walking down the streets of Lagos grew to became into a nationwide enlighten.
Falz extra identified that the key situation surrounding the disbandment of the police, is that the authorities had made similar claims within the past with none swap.
Amanpour asked the rapper if he wasn’t shy for his existence after many diversified disgruntled younger Nigerians refused to communicate to the media on the disaster within the country.
“I’m no longer disturbed for my existence. I’m no longer disturbed for my existence because where we’re appropriate now, I’m able to if truth be told die from something. I don’t even know where to start from, now we luxuriate in a nonexistent effectively being care gadget, now we luxuriate in a seriously high level of poverty, there is unemployment and we’re in a well-known voice thanks to how mighty corruption now we luxuriate in persevered to leer within the country,” he said.
“So if I don’t near out to communicate about something, I could well seemingly sit down down and luxuriate in an accident on my manner to work and die since the voice of effectively being care is nothing to write down home about. We don’t even luxuriate in pleasing hospitals, individuals luxuriate in to lope in one other country for pleasing treatment.”
The tune massive name’s interview got here days after several younger Nigerians were killed by security operatives on the Lekki toll gate in Lagos.
The younger Nigerians were amongst the thousands of Nigerians who got here out to enlighten against police brutality within the country.