‘We Have Bigger Fish To Fry’ – Nigerian Army Denies Looking For DJ Switch

‘We Have Bigger Fish To Fry’ – Nigerian Army Denies Looking For DJ Switch

According to a report by SaharaReporters, the Nigerian military has said it was not looking for the popular Disc Jockey, Obianuju Catherine Udeh, known professionally as DJ Switch.

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This comes amid the claim that the army had been following the artist and threatening her life, forcing her to flee the country.

The commander of the 81st Military Intelligence Brigade, Victoria Island, Lagos, Brigadier General Ahmed Taiwo, who spoke while appearing before the Lagos Judicial Investigative Panel on Saturday, said the claim is beyond the truth.

Taiwo also said that the army cannot be bothered to go after one or two people, adding that there are “bigger fish to fry.”

He said, “Some people take pleasure in misrepresenting Nigeria and particularly the Nigerian military to the international community and our Nigerian compatriots. I believe this is done for pecuniary gain.

“Recently, a Nigerian woman, Catherine Udeh, also known as DJ Switch, claimed that the Nigerian military was looking for her. There is nothing beyond the truth.

“My Lord, we have bigger fish to fry.”

The Nigerian military that testified about its involvement in the shooting and killing of peaceful #ENDSARS protesters claimed that the protest was hijacked by thugs and that the military intervened to stop the killings of policemen, as well as the looting and rape of citizens on behalf of # EndSARS.

It also confirmed a report from SaharaReporters that the military were recruited by the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
DJ Switch, who was present at Lekki Toll Gate on October 20, 2020, did a live broadcast of the shooting and killing of peaceful and armless protesters from #ENDSARS.

His video has put his life in danger.

DJ Switch also revealed that the soldiers, who fired on peaceful #ENDSARS protesters in Lekki Toll Gate, Lagos, said they were sent to the protest ground on orders from above while speaking to the International Human Rights Subcommittee of the Standing Committee on Foreign Relations. and International Development of the Canadian Parliament.

He noted that the military opened fire on the protesters after creating a line of three formations.

To discredit the Nigerian military’s claims that soldiers fired blind bullets into the air, DJ Switch said the soldiers fired at them.

She told the Canadian parliament that she counted no fewer than seven people shot, adding that one of the soldiers threatened to shoot her.

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