#Endsars: Dj Switch Speaks To CNN ON Lekki Massacre(Video)

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In a recent interview with CNN’s Becky Anderson over the shootings at the Lekki Toll Gate, DJ Switch described the regime of the President Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) as a dictatorship with a democratic face..

She said, “I do not hold what the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria says to heart. Nigeria is a dictatorship with a democratic face.

I think that is primarily to please the international community. It is our right to protest for the change that we demand.

This government has used force from the beginning..“They started with infiltrating a peaceful protest with things but that did not work. Then they moved to bring the military in. So, the same government that says that it has banned SARS for close to four years are saying that it wants to have a dialogue.

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The president has not even addressed the incident that happened at the Toll Gate so I do not take his words to heart.

They must show accountability.”.Switch seized the opportunity to challenge the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to speak the truth about what happened at the Lekki Toll Gate..“With no due respect.

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I actually challenge the governor of Lagos State to just say the truth. They know the truth and they have conflicting stories with each other. Nigerians have died and this is not a time to play games.

Families are looking for their loved ones. To be honest with you in regards to me, I do not know how to feel because on one hand, I am grateful that I am alive today but on the other hand I don’t know if to say I am lucky because it seems that the others were not lucky.

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The governor owes a responsibility to the citizen of Lagos State to say the truth,” the disc jockey said..While recalling the incident, Udeh, described it as the worst experience of her life.

“What I experienced that day was the worst experience of my life. The Nigerian army that is supposed to protect us came with no warning; none…”


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