EndSars: “I want to be able to go home” — DJ Switch opens up to CNN (Video)

Award winning Nigerian disk jockey, Obianuju Catherine Udeh popularly known as DJ Switch have opened up on how frustrating it is to return to the country after the EndSars protest.

EndSars: "I want to be able to go home" — DJ Switch opens up to CNN (Video)

It would be recalled that DJ Switch played an important role during the EndSars protest that

lasted for weeks in Nigeria especially on the 20th of November when innocent protesters

were killed at the famous lekki tollgate.

Top personalities in the entertainment industry had joined in the protest but the beautiful s

diva is still remembered for the role she played when the peaceful protesters

were killed and injured.

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DJ Switch who was at the scene of event had streamed how protesters were fighting

for their lives after some suspected military men had shot them.

With CNN revealing some in-depth secret about how the event pan out on the stated date,

DJ Switch have narrated how she’s scared for her dear life as retuning back to Nigeria

have become a big problem.

DJ Switch when speaking with CNN in a new interview stated that she’s scared for her career

as she does not know what will happen to her if she return to the country.

Her latest interview comes days after she was granted asylum in Canada who paid so much interest in what really transpired in Nigeria.

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See video of DJ Switch speaking with CNN below:



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