Lai Mohammed Mocks DJ Switch says she is a ‘Run-Away DJ’

lai mohammed mocks dj switch says she is a 'run away dj'
lai mohammed mocks dj switch says she is a ‘run away dj’

At a press conference in Abuja on Wednesday, Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed referred to Disc Jockey Obianuju Catherine Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch.

On the one-year anniversary of the EndSARS protest, the minister spoke to the media.

After being hijacked by thugs, the anti-police brutality demonstration came to a violent conclusion.

After that, security agents were murdered, government buildings were set on fire, and prisoners were released in various areas of the nation.

Udeh, better known as DJ Switch, was a driving force behind the demonstration.

At the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos, where a protest had been going on for weeks, she was a regular presence.

DJ Switch was on the scene to live-stream the demonstration on Instagram the night when troops used force to disperse the demonstrators.

Many others, including international and local journalists, who weren’t there, relied on her version of what happened.

After the event, DJ Switch gave interviews in which she claimed that troops had opened fire on protestors on October 20, 2020.

They forced her to leave to another country, according to rumors.

DJ Switch, on the other hand, recently denied leaving the nation, claiming she merely went into hiding.

According to the minister, DJ Switch joined others who lied about security operatives at his press conference.

It was obvious that he was talking about her even if he didn’t mention her by name.

Amnesty International, CNN, and “a runaway DJ,” according to the minister, have disseminated falsehoods about security agents killing people.

This contradicts Amnesty’s and CNN’s nighttime stories of a runaway DJ and his ilk, as well as the evidence of ballistic specialists before the Judicial Panel of Inquiry in Lagos. “

This year, we’re repeating what we stated one year ago: The military didn’t fire at protestors at the Lekki Toll Gate on Oct. 20th 2020, and there wasn’t a massacre there.

“There were no corpses or blood since the only’massacre’ that occurred was documented on social media. CNN, a fugitive DJ and others should repent for making the world believe there was a massacre at the Lekki Toll Gate and for portraying Nigerian military, police and other security services as being incompetent.”

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