End SARS: I’m not on your panel – Falz tells Nigerian govt

Folarin Falana known as Falz has separated himself from a federal government meeting on police brutality.

Falz and Douglas Agu aka Runtown led End SARS protests on Day 1 last Thursday.

On Friday, the government announced via Twitter that ‘The City Hall Virtual Meeting has Put an End to Police Brutality’.

The parley is co-ordinated by the Ministry of Youth and Sport.

The federal paratrooper will hold talks with Nigeria Police and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) at 3pm today.

But Falz has just put the records together.

The artist stated that he would not be present and that he had received false information.

The lawyer also repeated five juvenile applications on End SARS.

“I will not be on this panel. I was given false information. Plus all this is not needed please !! The agenda is clear # 5for5 #SARSMUSTEND ”, tweeted Falz.

The demands include: The release of all arrested protesters; Justice for all victims, compensation for their families; establish an independent body to investigate and prosecute accused officers.

Others include: Independent psychological assessment of deployed SARS officers prior to reappointment, and increase in police officer salaries.

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