Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist, who contested and lost the governorship election of Ekiti State in 2007 on the platform of the National Conscience Party, a party he served as National Chairman in 2011, Femi Falana SAN, has said he is pround of his rebellion son Falz.
This was made know to the public through his daughter, Folake Falana, who took to her Twitter account to say:
"My Dad said he is so proud of everything all of us are doing and that he is especially proud of his rebellious son @falzthebahdguy. He told us that he has been protesting for 40+years and this is unprecedented. I pray I can tell my children that we changed things. #EndSWAT"
She also went ahead to say:
"Love my daddy mehn. I can't stop replaying everything he told us at our protest strategy conference call. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️"
I guess the old man is really proud of the young generation and what the are doing.
See screenshot from followers and feel free to drop yours:
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