Falz explains how Nigerian youths are being held backwards

  • Falz discusses how Nigerian youths are held back.

  • Nigerian rapper reveals his opinion going into politics.

Falz explains how Nigerian youths are being held backward
Falz explains how Nigerian youths are being held backwards

Nigerian star and social activist, Folarin Falana, better known by his stage name Falz, has explained in detail how Nigerian youths are being held backwards.

The rapper made this known in an interview with the Legal Avenue podcast hosted by Lola OJ.

The singer believes that Nigerians is moving backwards because adequate attention is not paid to the development of young people.

In an interview with Lola OJ’s Legal Avenue podcast, the Bop Daddy rapper said:

“Everything that every young Nigerian has ever tried to do or be, the Nigerian state has always held them back. I think that’s a horrible energy.
The young people in any nation are the most valuable natural resources. If people are not invested in and developed to bring about a greater society, we are just moving backwards.”


Falz explains how Nigerian youths are being held backwards
Falz

He was asked if he intends to go into politics, the rapper said:

“I have never really thought about it. I am just a well-wisher. I want everything to be okay. I look around me and I see that everything is upside down.
I do not think Africans should be existing like this as a people. There is an ‘entire array of greatness’ we are supposed to walk into but we are dragging our feet.”

Falz also claimed that despite technical improvements in other countries, Nigeria was stuck,

He added:
“If one is not in tune (with what is happening globally), how can one flow with the of the world? Do you know the kind of technological advancements the ( of the) world is making? We are stuck here. We are far behind yet some people are saying they don’t want the TikTok generation to lead.”

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