BOMBSHELL! “DJ Switch Will Know No Peace Until…” – Sanwo-Olu’s Aide Places Curse On DJ Who Went Live During Lekki Shooting

Joe Igbokwe who is one of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s aide has rained curses on popular DJ, DJ Switch who went live on Instagram during the Lekki shooting incident which occurred in October. According to Igbokwe who is the Special Adviser to the governor on Drainage and Water Resources, DJ Switch, who is rumoured to have fled to Canada, “will know no peace” until she confesses that she lied about the Lekki shootings.
Igbokwe, who is also a former spokesperson for the Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, stated this in a Facebook post on Tuesday. Igbokwe wrote, “In Canada abi (sic) with 78 dead bodies? You will come back to meet us. Unless this lady comes out openly that she lied against Laos State and Nigeria, she will know no peace till the end of age. Your tragic lies put the nation on fire.” He has however deleted the post.
Meanwhile, DJ Switch recently revealed that soldiers, who shot at peaceful #EndSARS protesters at Lekki Toll Gate, Lagos, on October 20, 2020, had told them that they were acting on orders from above.
DJ Switch disclosed this while speaking with the Sub-committee on International Human Rights of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development of the Canadian parliament. Narrating her experience, DJ Switch noted that she had counted about seven people who were shot at the scene. She also debunked claims by the Nigerian Army that soldiers fired blank bullets into the air. DJ Switch said the soldiers shot at them adding that one of the soldiers threatened to shoot her for coming close to him.
She noted that the military opened fire on the protesters after creating a three-formation line. 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.” DJ Switch also explained that the first gunshot had created chaos and people started running in different directions so as not to be hit by bullets until it was announced that protesters should lie on the floor.
She continued, “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.” She also added that after the military was ordered to stop shooting by a senior military officer, the police were drafted to the toll gate and continued shooting at protesters, who were still at the protest ground.
DJ Switch also told the Canadian Parliament that she had to go into hiding after people started threatening her life.
She said she initially thought it was an empty threat until she received a call that the military was trying to arrest her.
“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,” DJ Switch said.

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