#EndSARS heroine, DJ Switch who is currently on exile has stated in a new interview on CNN that she does not mind getting arrested when she returns to Nigeria.
In the recent interview, DJ Switch opined that the Nigerian government is a dictatorship with a democratic face.
The popular disc jockey who streamed live the shooting at the Lekki Toll Gate during the #EndSARS protest; made this known on Wednesday, November 18, 2020; during a chat with CNN’s Becky Anderson.
According to her, the government has become a dictatorship; headed by people who arrest and persecute innocent citizens.
She revealed during the session that her career as a disc jockey has been cut short; because of the hard evidence against the government.
She went on to give a detailed account of what happened on that infamous night at Lekki Tollgate, Lagos State.
“My career is gone, all my bookings are gone. But I am happy that I have used my platform to do this. I don’t want to run forever. I want to go back home; and I don’t care if they pick me when I get home,” she said.
Further, the disc jockey told the CNN journalist how the government has openly bullied; and attacked some of the protesters since the protest; by seizing their passports or illegally detaining them.
The celebrity’s interview is coming a month after several young Nigerians were killed; allegedly by security operatives at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos.
The young Nigerian were among thousands; many of who came out to protest against police brutality in Nigeria.
Meanwhile, the CNN has published a revealing report of its investigation into the Lekki shooting.Photo Credit: Getty