Folarin Falana, better known by his stage name Falz is a Nigerian rapper, actor, and songwriter.
Nigerian hip-hop sensation and actor has shared his bitter experience with the SARS Officials following the #EndSARS campaign launched by private Nigerian citizens.
The singer had an interview with NET in preparation for his first concert ‘The Falz Experience’, and had this to say:
“On this particular day, they spotted us somewhere in Lagos and doublecrossed us, they then asked us to come down from our car. My manager tried to have a conversation with them but before he knew it, they gave him a dirty slap, he was close to tears. They said they would arrest us and take us their station. I wanted to sue them, not as a lawyer, but solely because they violated my human rights, but then, it is really sad that they think because they have guns, they think they are in a position of power and they use these to oppress poor Nigerians.”
He also suggested a solution;
“The entire police force needs a revamp. The problem is that so many of them are not as educated as they should be, so they treat people in a certain way. People are speaking up because things have gone out of hand. These are the men who are supposed to protect us, but they are opening fire on us. They have resulted to targeting young guys. These days, once they see a young man looking flashy, they automatically think you are a yahoo boy”, he concluded.
Well Falz is not the first celebrity to lay out his complaint on this issue to show support on the ongoing #EndSARS campaign.
Here are some top known celebrities and their take on the hegemony of Sars
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu who took to Twitter to narrate his own ordeal with some persons believed to be SARS officials on one of his trips to Abuja.
In his tweet, he wrote:
Showing his concern on the issue,he took to Twitter to urge for youth empowerment.