Femi Falana San
Speaking in Lagos while delivering the 19th Mike Okonkwo Annual Lecture, Femi Falana said some soldiers while wearing uniform outside the barracks, provide cover for criminals and help them to beat security checks.
Femi Falana said that without equitable redistribution of wealth, Nigeria cannot be seriously restructured. He noted that the ruling class has always stirred the country for their own benefit and insisted that it changed.
Femi Falana, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has said that he does not believe in the report that Lagos state was the third most dangerous city to live, in the world. Falana debunked the report on Sunday evening, August 19.
In an open letter to the presidency, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) who is also a human rights activists, Femi Falana, has said that the current administration should lead by example and stop the disobedience to court orders.
Falana said the SSS can be revived by restricting the management and staff of the organisation to the prevention and detection of any crime against the internal security of Nigeria in line with Nigerian Security Agencies Act.
A senior lawyer and human rights activist, Femi Falana, has accused the former Department of State Services (DSS) director-general, Lawal Daura, of carrying out several human rights violations during his three-year tenure.