Nigerians have taken to their social media handles to share their experiences as today marks EndSars Memorial Day.
One of the celebrities who really got involved to expose what actually happened at Lekki Toll Gate was DJ Switch. Her life was threatened afterward which led her to move to a different country for protection.
DJ Switch on her microblogging platform, has made a post to acknowledge the hard work of Nigerian Celebrities and other Citizens for their bold decisions to end sars. She recounted how the incident changed her life for the worse the difficulties she passed through for exposing the wrongdoing of the government.
According to DJ Switch, she is proud of her people for showing such great leadership skills, however, they are to fight together for the betterment of their country. Recall after the Lekki Toll Gate incident revealed that her life was being threatened severally.
This got her fans and Nigerians very worried, requesting the management to give her the necessary protection that is needed.
See the post below:
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