Popular Nigerian rapper, Falz has openly rejected calls to have a virtual meeting with Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu and other government officials.
Organised by the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, the meeting is expected to have Sunday Dare, Mohammed Adamu and the National Human Rights Commissions in attendance.
The Youth Virtual Town Hall Meeting is scheduled to hold at 3 pm on Friday.
Reacting to calls to join the meeting, the Law graduate and son of popular Human Rights Activist, Femi Falana, who has been at the forefront of the EndSARS protest wrote; “I will not be on this panel. I was given false information.
“Plus there is no need for all this please!! The agenda is clear #5for5 #SARSMUSTEND,” he said.
The call for the Rapper to join the meeting comes after he wrote a letter to President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to the letter, Falz is demanding the reconstitution of the National Human Rights Commissions (NHRC) board.
The letter follows the treatment of protesting Nigerians calling for an end to police brutality in the country.
Featured24 reports that protest which have been going on for a while continued despite the disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a controversial unit of the Nigeria Police Force.
The disbandment was officially confirmed by the Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu earlier this week who announced the creation of new outfit to replace the defunct SARS.
The new unit known as Special Weapons and Tactics Team ( SWAT), has also been widely rejected by the protesting youths with #EndSWAT trending on different social media platforms.