Falz Writes Open Letter To Buhari, Demands Reforms

Rapper and songwriter, Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz has written an open letter to the presidency requesting for a reconstitution of the governing council of the National Human Rights Commission.

FalzIn the letter titled, “REQUEST FOR 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 NIGERIA,” the singer noted that if this is done, it would be a step to the police reforms necessary in the country.

The letter from Falz  reads in part, “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 protests presented by well-meaning Nigerian youths.

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“Failure to do this would force young Nigerians to believe that the continuous refusal to re-constitute the Governing Council of the National Human Rights Commission is a deliberate attempt to mislead us into thinking genuine efforts are being made at reforming the Nigeria Police, when in truth the opposite is the case.”

See full letter below:Photo Credit: Twitter

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