Nigerian musician and activist, Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, led a group of Nigerians to a peaceful protest on Tuesday morning at the Lekki toll gate.
The protest was to mark one year of the #EndSARS protests that claimed the lives of many Nigerians.
Falz and the rest of the protesters chose to remain in the cars, as they drove around the tollgate.
Although he refused to grant interviews, Falz and occupants of his vehicle could be heard questioning the stern-looking officers.
Some of the questions asked were “are you okay? Have you eaten today?
“What are the plans for your retirement? What will happen to you after service.”
Another person could be heard explaining “we are doing this for you, for all of us. Nigeria is our country”.
They then dropped the Nigerian flags they were holding at the toll gate.
Below is a video of Falz riding through the Lekki Toll Gate with other protesters: