‘We have no plans to take down the video’ – Falz’s manager

Written by on June 6, 2018

Falz continues to trigger reactions following the release of his video ‘This is Nigeria’ A religious body known as the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) are calling him to take down the video and an apology is widely published within seven days.

Falz’s manager, Femisoro Ajayi, who confirmed that he was aware of the statement by the Muslim group, but they have no plans to take down the video.


‘Yes, I have seen the statement online, but we have no official response yet, the video is out there and we have no plans to take it down, we will only respond when we get an official letter directly sent to us”, he says.

Released barely over a week ago, the video which has gathered over 3.9 Million YouTube views generated a frenzy online and continues to attract reactions, both from home and abroad.


Critics have strongly pointed to various scenes in the video that they felt failed to properly capture the magnitude of the regions or situations they were supposed to represent.

His representations of the Fulani herdsmen killings and the dancing Chibok girls, a group of students kidnapped from their schools by the dreaded Boko Haram group have earned him his some critcisms.

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