Lekki Toll Gate: Truth Needs No Defence, DJ Switch Finally Reacts To Judicial Panel’s Report


DJ Switch, a witness during the shooting at Lekki Toll Gate has opened up on the final report submitted by the Lagos State Judicial Panel The report by the panel confirms the DJ’s earlier stance that EndSARS protesters were shot at around the Lekki Toll Gate According to her, the truth has now been made public despite all the desperate attempts to hide it.

Obianuju Catherine Udeh popularly known as DJ Switch has reacted to the report submitted by the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Restitution for Victims of SARS Related Abuses and other matters. The Nigerian disc jockey, on Monday night, November 15, declared that the truth needs no defence, saying what they desperately tried to hide has now been made public by them, The Punch reports.

DJ Switch in a post shared on her social media platform noted that so many lives were shattered, P.M News added.

She wrote:

“Shattered so many lives, tried to destroy mine. Only for what you desperately tried to hide to be made public… by you! The truth needs no defence! #EndSARS.” The report which confirmed people were killed has vindicated the DJ who rose to fame after she did a live coverage on Instagram showing protesters being shot at by the Nigerian Army.

Run-Away DJ: Buhari’s minister replies DJ Switch on alleged EndSARS massacre

According to an earlier report by Africanglitz.com, the minister of information and culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, referred to Obianuju as a run-away DJ.

In his statement on Wednesday, October 20, in Abuja, Mohammed, during a press briefing titled The First Anniversary of The Phantom Massacre at Lekki Toll Gate, stated that claims that there were killings at the venue exactly one year ago are false.

The minister in the speech made available to Africanglitz.com, dismissed the reports by CNN and DJ Switch as nothing but tales by moonlight.

Full list of victims of Lekki toll gate shooting during EndSars protest

Meanwhile, the Lagos State Judicial Panel on #EndSARS revealed the names of victims of Lekki Toll gate massacre in Lagos on October 20, 2020. In the report, titled, ‘Report Of Lekki Incident Investigation Of 20th October 2020’, the panel said at least 48 protesters were either shot dead, injured with bullets wounds or assaulted by soldiers who stormed the Lekki toll gate.

Swipe to read the report.


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