Popular female disc jockey, DJ Switch, has given a horrifying first hand account of how Nigerian soldiers and police officers opened fire on unarmed, peaceful protesters, who were holding high the Nigerian flag and singing the national anthem at Lekki Toll Gate, Lagos on what is now referred to as Black Tuesday.
In a video, which she posted on her Facebook Page, the DJ, who streamed the Lekki shooting on her Instagram Live while it was happening, said both the Nigerian Army and Police were responsible for the shooting.
Amidst tears, the disc jockey told the moving story of how a male co-protester saved her life but was later shot in the process. “A boy jumped on me and kept shouting, ‘cover her, cover her.’ I did not even understand why he did that. They shot that boy while he was on my back,” she said.
In the video, she showed some of the bullets protesters picked, which she said is proof. She also showed a bullet that was removed from the lap of one of the victims.
Pls watch the clip below: