The sociopolitical lobbyist, who is among heads of the #EndSARS fight in Nigeria, expressed this while addressing inquiries from Christiane Amanpour on CNN.
Falz deplored that Nigeria has a non-existent medical services framework because of the degree of defilement in the country.
“I am not apprehensive for my life since where we are at the present time, I sense that I can without much of a stretch bite the dust by whatever else in any case. I don’t have a clue where to begin since we have a non-existent medical care framework for instance. We have a truly elevated level of neediness; there is joblessness,” Falz said.
We are in a basic state in view of the degree of debasement and fumble of assets that we keep on observing consistently. In the event that I don’t come out to whine about the situation, I can have a mishap on my approach to work and bite the dust because of that in light of the fact that the condition of the medical care is not a big deal.
“We don’t have appropriate medical clinics since they are not well prepared. Individuals need to venture out abroad to have appropriate medical care. We continue saying that each and every Nigerian is one infection away from dying. So what sort of everyday routine am I experiencing any way? For what reason would it be a good idea for me to fear kicking the bucket? I will pass on at any rate so what is the point.”