- A judicial panel has been set up to look into the cases of police brutality in the state
- Rinu Oduala and Temitope Oanu-Davis were appointed as the youths that will be representing others in the state
- Both Rinu and Temitope were said to be at the forefront of the protests
Nigerian singer Falz has taken to his page on Twitter to share the names of the two youths that will be on the Lagos judicial panel to investigate the cases of police brutality in the state.
After several deliberations, Falz stated that Rinu Oduala and Temitope Oanu-Davis were the youths appointed to be on the panel.
Rinu and Temitope were reportedly chosen because they were very involved in the Alausa protests to end police brutality.
The panel was in response to the agitation of the youths about the brutality of the men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
The presidency called on state governors to set up a judicial panel to look into these cases. Lagos set up an eight-man panel, requesting two youths to join them.
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Falz stated that Rinu and Temitop will be ensuring that victims of police brutality get justice for the crimes done against them.
The singer also noted that he will be attending the sessions.
Falz said that there are people who would also make sure that proceedings are broadcast live for others to watch.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Falz's sister Folake said that their dad Femi Falana is proud of them.
The lady in a post shared on her Twitter page submitted that the older Falana is especially proud of his ‘rebellious’ son Falz.
Folake’s tweet further explained how her father disclosed that he has spent over 40 years of his time on earth protesting.
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