#EndSARS

“A boy jumped on me and was saying ‘cover her, cover her,’ I didn’t know why. They shot that boy on my back” DJ switch narrates what happened that night at the #lekkimassacre

“A boy jumped on me and was saying ‘cover her, cover her,’ I didn’t know why. They shot that boy on my back” DJ switch narrates what happened that night at the #lekkimassacre

 

DJ switch, a female Nigerian dj was the only celebrity, at the night that the military opened fire on unarmed #EndSARS protesters. She went live on Instagram and showed the world what was going on. While she was live, her video cut short, coincidentally when CNN was requesting to join. It was rumored immediately that she was arrested since nobody knew what could have happened.



DJ switch, has explained further, what happened at that horrific night.

 

“Yes the soldiers were there, and another part that people aren’t really talking about is that the police were there, the sars too, they came 40 to 45 minutes after the soldiers left. We were teargased…..”

 

“this our coconut head generation, we would run, we would come back, and the only thing we fought with was the flag, we will sit on the floor, raise our hands up and sing the national athem…..”

 

“A boy jumped on me and was saying ‘cover her, cover her,’ I didn’t know why. They shot that boy on my back….. ”

 

“as the soldiers were running around to pick their shells, we did too, because we needed proofs….”

 

Watch video.

 

 


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Francis Chidera
the authorFrancis Chidera
Popularly known as Chokolate is a content creator. A lover of simplified words making it easy to get to a wider audience. It pains to see that Africans are forgetting and neglecting who they are, hence, I am passionate about reminding us of our culture. I work with 54history on the African culture category, to achieve this aim.

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