Nigerian singer Falz, in an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, in regard to the EndSARS protest, said his not afraid for his life.
The singer and activist, who has been one of the frontiers of the EndSARS protest, gave an overview on why the Special Anti-Robbery Squad was created.
When asked if he was afraid to die like others victims of the protest, said his not scared to die, because he can easily get killed by bad roads, poor healthcare system, unemployment and hunger.Falz said why the Nigerian youth are speaking against the SARS unit is due to its social profiling and brutality.
Falz also said that the major issue surrounding the disbandment of the police, is that same claims has been made continously over the years.
He added that the Nigerian government is not making any effective implementation of some of the reforms as they claimed.
Watch the video below;
.@falzthebahdguy is part of Nigeria's #EndSars protests. Is he afraid for his life? He says no. "We have a seriously high level of poverty, there’s unemployment. We’re in a critical state because of how much corruption… we continue to see… What kind of life am I living anyway?” pic.twitter.com/39AQclG3rk
— Christiane Amanpour (@camanpour) October 22, 2020