Nigerian rapper and pop singer, Folarin Falana popularly known with his stage name – Falz the bad guy or Bop Daddy has once again won the hearts of Nigerian youths.
Recall that he is among one of the trailblazers in this quest for Reformation of Nigerian Police as it was him and Runtown that first pulled out crowd to the street for a peaceful protest.
Being a pop singer made him more popularly in the entertainment industry thereby keeping his real identity private. Only few fans know that he studied Law at the University of Reading in UK.
Owing to this, since he has realised that walking the streets may make no much difference to what he wish to achieve in this movement, he has decided to take legal steps by addressing the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari in an official letter, demanding that he set up necessary and convincing standards to meet the demands of the youths.
The title of the letter reads:
“REQUEST FOR The RECONSTITUTION OF The GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION FOR THE DISCHARGE Of ITS FUNCTIONS WITH RESPECT TO CASES OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE NIGERIA.”
A part of the body;
“I hereby write to your Excellency as regards the above topic.
“It has been brought to my knowledge via a statement by your Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, that the Federal Government has accepted the 5-point request of the EndSARS protesters presented by well-meaning Nigerian Youths…”
This has earned him a positive recognition legally on the side of the Nigerian youths as they praised him for going out of his normal entertainment to address this case, legally.
They therefore suggested that his name will no longer be Fans the bad guy but Falz the Gods Barrister.
Even though the comments seem to be hilarious, but they are all for the love of their own.
The president is yet to reply him as the time of submitting this report.