Falz responds to the destruction of cocaine in Lagos worth N194 billion by the NDLEA.

The rapper is not persuaded by the alleged destruction planned by the NDLEA.

Falz, a well-known Nigerian rapper, musician, and songwriter, was one among the numerous Nigerians who responded to the most recent NDLEA activities.

In a warehouse in Ikorodu, Lagos, the National Drug Law Enforcment Agency (NDLEA) recently found 1.8 tonnes of cocaine, which is estimated to be worth a staggering N19 billion Naira on the black market. On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, the agency released videos and photos showing that it had set the cocaine on fire.

Heavyweight rapper, a lawyer, and rights advocate, questioned the burning of the cocaine on Twitter the same day in response to the news. The rapper claims that the entire burning event is a hoax because the substance will be used as evidence in court and shouldn’t be interfered with. He stated: This administration must really think that we are daft sha!! What is this lamba that the NDLEA is giving with this cocaine seizure saga? Dem dey burn evidence?

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The reports 309-page report which confirms the Lekki Toll gate shooting during the #Endsars protest n Lagos in October 20 2020 after almost 13 months were published out for the public after an official submission to the Lagos state Governor Babajide Sanwo olu.

The reports showed several people were missing and dead which attracted a reaction from celebrities like the hero during the sad event D switch, Falz, Okon, Burna Boy, Davido, and Reno Omokri who even requsted for an apology called for justice.

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