Fans React As DJ Switch Releases New Video

Yesterday Nigerians witnessed a second wave of the EndSars protest across few states in Nigeria, recall that the first phase of the protest was halted after it was alleged, that armed Nigerian soldiers, and police officers shot at unarmed peaceful protesters on the 20/10/2020.

The gruesome murder which was alleged to had happened, had made most Nigerian youths to stop the protest for the fear of losing their lives, however after the end of the first wave of the protest, Nigerian youths began demanding for justice over the incidence which occurred at Lekki.

This demands spurred actions as investigative panel were set up to look into the matter, but Nigerians who were angry, and unhappy with the circumstances surrounding the Lekki investigation began threatening, and promising another wave of the EndSars protest.

Following their plans, the second phase of the protest kicked off at states such as Lagos, Oshogbo and Abuja yesterday.

the protest had made President Muhammad Buhari address the issues of the second wave of the protest, in a tweet from the Presidency handle, the President had made it known that although he was all for a peaceful protest, that he would ensure to deal forcibly with an form of hooliganism hiding behind the peaceful protest.

Just after the President remark, popular disc jockey Catherine Udeh popularly known as DJ Switch, who Nigerians have over the months come to love for her unmatched bravery, had come to remind Nigerians in her new video posted on Instagram on the need to keep voicing out and demanding for a better life.

Recall, that Dj Switch was the female heroine who had gone live through her Instagram session on the 20/10/20, to video some footage about the Lekki Massacre.

many Nigerians got to know about the Massacre as a result of Dj Switch live Instagram session, although after her Instagram session recording the Lekki Massacre, the Nigerian Army denied being present, and killing anybody, they even went further to term the videos airing the alleged shootings as fake videos and Photoshopped.

Dj Switch, who has been rumored to have fled Nigeria seeking asylum in a foreign country, had made a new video yesterday after the news of the Second wave of protest spread, she could be seen encouraging Nigerians to not relent but keep using their voices to speak out against the government.

Below are some photo extracts from the new video she released:

Many Nigerians after watching her video On Instagram pleaded with her not to return to Nigeria, as they sensed that she might want to come back to join in the second wave of the protest.

Watch The Video Below

Her video generated lots of reactions as her fans while amidst praising her, urged her to remain where she was, reminding her that Nigeria was not safe for her yet, although Dj Switch had not been placed wanted or is been pursued by the Federal government, most Nigerians feel that the Dj is not safe here in Nigeria.

<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80"><strong>Below are screenshots of the reactions generated from her new video:</strong>Below are screenshots of the reactions generated from her new video:

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DJ Switch Escapes To Canada, Tells Canadian Government That Soldiers At The Lekki Shooting Said They’re Acting On Orders From Above.

Popular Nigerian Disc Jockey, Obianuju Catherine Udeh professionally known as DJ Switch, has allegedly left Nigerian to Canada and has also told the Canadian government that soldiers, who shot at the #EndSARS protesters at Lekki Toll Gate on October 20 said they were acting on orders from above.

Switch has been offline from social media since October 23 immediately after she announced that she was receiving death threats, later it was said that she went into hiding. Currently on social media it is said that Switch has been granted asylum in Canada.

Switch spoke to the Sub-committee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development of the Canadian parliament and that was when she disclosed what the soldiers allegedly told the Lekki protesters before they started shooting.

In her words;

“On October 20, 2020, we had spirited Nigerians there united with one goal against police brutality against bad governance.

What started out as a protest against police brutality with the unit called SARS unfortunately degenerated into something I still find hard to reconcile within my heart.

“We got information that the government wants to see me and six other people and I remember saying to them that we have no leader and if the government wanted to speak with us, he should kindly come to the toll gate and address Nigerians because we have been out for eleven days.”

“As we didn’t know where the gunshots were coming from and what they are about and then the lights went off.

I remembered the military came in first, they stopped shooting at some point and I walked up to one of them and I asked why he was shooting at us and he said he had express order from above, and I was coming too close to him and if I come too close, it would be considered an attack on him and he would have to shoot.

“It didn’t take another ten minutes, the shooting started again. I remember seeing seven people that have been shot down and we were telling people on my live Instagram to help us call an ambulance.”

I have been on the move because they have been after my life. The first threat came in, I thought it was a joke, I sincerely thought it was a joke.

“Just as I was leaving, I got a phone call that I should leave the vicinity because there are military men at the hospital.

“I had to abandon my home, I moved from people’s home, and then just to get out of Nigeria. I am still travelling, and I am not done with my trip.”

As of the time of filing this report, Switch is yet to make any post on any of her social media accounts.