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Sanwo-Olu dragged as DJ Switch reacts to CNN investigation of Lekki shooting - End SARS

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Nigerian celebrity, DJ Switch has called out the Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu over Lekki toll gate shooting.
This followed recent revelations by an investigation conducted by CNN.
DJ Switch who was at the Lekki Tollgate in October had live-streamed the shooting at End SARS protesters on Instagram.
But the Nigerian Army refuted reports claiming it did not use force that Tuesday night.
The Defence Headquarters labelled videos posted on social media photoshopped.
However, CNN on Tuesday released its findings showing live ammunition’s were fired and protesters were killed at Lekki Tollgate.
DJ Switch’s live session amongst other recordings of the moment showing the incident was also used by CNN in its investigation.
This recent investigation has raised eyebrows and questions from Nigerian People in regards to the incident.
DJ Switch took to her Twitter page calling on Governor of Lagos state, Sanwo-Olu to reveal who gave the order to shoot protesters.
Her tweet read: “ Hello @jidesanwoolu have you seen the CNN report yet? So, who gave the order to shoot at peaceful #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Tollgate on 20-10-2020 ?
“The Truth will always come to light. Thank you, CNN.”

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