President Of Nigeria, Bola Tinubu and human rights lawyer, Femi Falana (SAN), recently met over the upcoming strike just after the removal of petrol subsidy.
Falana, who is known to have represented the Nigeria Labour Congress and its other linked unions for many years, had a meeting with Tinubu at the Presidential Villa on Saturday over reasonable ways to handle the current situation in the country.
The well known senior advocate and father to super star Falz was also said to have talked about the war against corruption with Tinubu and the most reasonable way to reclaim funds that have been hidden in foreign jurisdictions.
It was learnt that a letter written by the human rights lawyer was given to Tinubu on the economy and how he could succeed.
“Falana met with Tinubu on Saturday. They discussed how best to handle the removal of fuel subsidy and how to ensure that the pain of Nigerians does not worsen.
“Tinubu will continue to consult respected Nigerians in his administration including members of the opposition and civil rights groups,” said an associate of the President.
When contacted on the telephone, Falana confirmed the meeting, saying it was open and sincere.
“It is true that I met with President Tinubu on Saturday. We discussed subsidy and how to tackle waste in government and recover looted funds. The aim is just to ensure that the economy picks up quickly,” he said.