Obianuju Catherine Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch who captured the live moment of the Lekki Shootings by Nigerian Army in Lekki Toll Gate on October 20, had an Interview with CNN’s Becky Anderson on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.
Here are five things DJ Switch said during the Interview With CNN
1) Her career has been cut short
She went on to reveal how her career as a disc Jockey became cut short due to the hard evidence she had against The Nigerian Government.
My career is gone, all my bookings are gone but I am happy that I have used my platform to do this.
2) The Nigerian Government is a dictatorship
DJ Switch also said the Nigerian government has become a forced dictatorship by people who arrest and prosecute citizens.
3) She Counted herself as the lucky one in the Lekki shooting.
DJ Switch said that she doesn’t know how she is feeling right now because she counted herself lucky for surviving the Lekki Shooting that occured on October 20, 2020.
On the other hand, she also said that she doesn’t want to admit the magnitude of how lucky she is due to others who had lost their lives in the Lekki Shootings.
4) She doesn’t mind be arrested.
DJ Switch who is now in Canada said she doesn’t want to be here forever and wished to go back to Nigeria in due time.
She doesn’t want to care if the Nigerian Government will arrest her when she comes back.
5) She Challenged Lagos State Governor, Sanwo Olu to Speak up the truth like SOROSOKE Generation.
She said Sanwo Olu knows the truth and also has a responsibility to his Lagos Residents to tell it.
She further said that this is not time to play Politics games because families are still searching for their loved one.