Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, insinuated Disk Jockey “DJ” Obianuju Catherine Udeh, popularly called DJ Switch, at a press preparation in Abuja on Wednesday.
The minister had tended to the media on the event of the primary commemoration of the EndSARS protest.
The dissent protest, which was against police brutality ended on a rough note after it was commandeered by hooligans.
In the result, security agents were killed, government properties were burnt while prisoners were liberated in certain pieces of the country.
The popular DJ, DJ Switch, Udeh was one of the main figures at the protest last year. She was continually at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos, where the protest held for quite a long time.
On the night when soldiers strongly scattered protesters, DJ Switch was on ground to live-stream the dissent on Instagram.
Many, who were not at the scene, including unfamiliar and neighborhood writers, depended on her.
In resulting interviews she allowed after the episode, DJ Switch said troopers shot live projectiles at dissidents on October 20, 2020.
There were reports that the specialists were after her, constraining her to escape abroad.
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Be that as it may, as of late, DJ Switch denied traveling to another country, saying she just self-isolated however didn’t leave the country.
At his press instructions, the pastor blamed DJ Switch for joining the people who lied against security agents.
Despite the fact that he didn’t specify her name explicitly, unmistakably he was alluding to her.
The minister demanded that nobody was killed by security agents, charging Amnesty International, CNN, and “a runaway DJ” of spreading misrepresentation.
“The declaration of ballistic specialists before the Judicial Panel of Inquiry in Lagos goes against the stories by the evening glow by Amnesty International, CNN, a runaway DJ and their kind.”
“With the prevalence of proof against any slaughter whatsoever Lekki Toll Gate on Oct.
20th 2020, we are indeed repeating what we said one year prior, that: The military didn’t take shots at dissenters at the Lekki Toll Gate on Oct. Twentieth 2020, and there was no slaughter at the cost door.
“The main ‘slaughter’ recorded was in the web-based media, henceforth there were neither bodies nor blood. Pardon International, CNN, a runaway DJ and others like them ought to apologize for misdirecting the world that there was a slaughter at the Lekki Toll Gate and for depicting the Nigerian military, police and other security offices in terrible light.”