Singer, Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, has contacted the three female officers of the Nigerians Immigrations Service who are facing disciplinary action for taking part in the social media challenge, known as the ‘Bop Daddy/Don’t Rush challenge’ started by him to promote his new single, ‘Bop Daddy.’
The 29-year-old requested for their contact information on Twitter on Tuesday.
He wrote, “Whoever has direct contact with the immigration ladies should please reach out to me. DM or something. Thanks.”
He later announced that he had gotten the information.
“Got it. Thanks,” he tweeted.
The ‘Bop Daddy/Don’t Rush’ challenge is a social media challenge in which participants film themselves dancing and changing outfits at the flick of a makeup brush or some other object.
The Nigeria Immigration Service announced on Monday that it would penalise the officers for taking part in the challenge, accusing them of “indecently flaunting your bodies” and desecrating the service “uniform/beret and the use of inappropriate language thereby, sabotaging the values upheld by the service.
Deputy Comptroller-General, Iam Haliru, said in a query dated April 15: “To state the obvious, your act has caused a lot of embarrassment to the NIS and in line with our standard as a paramilitary organization is considered scandalous and an act unbecoming of an officer and therefore a violation of PSR 030401 and 030402.