Obianuju Catherine Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch, has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s government as “a dictatorship with a democratic face”.
DJ Switch has been in the eye of the storm, since she recorded the shooting at the Lekki Toll Gate by the Nigerian army on October 20, 2020 via Instagram Live.
In an interview with CNN’s Becky Anderson on Wednesday, she said, “I do not hold what the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria says to heart. Nigeria is a dictatorship with a democratic face. I think that is primarily to please the international community. It is our right to protest for the change that we demand. This government has used force from the beginning.
“They started with infiltrating a peaceful protest with things but that did not work. Then they moved to bring the military in. So, the same government that says that it has banned SARS for close to four years are saying that it wants to have a dialogue. The president has not even addressed the incident that happened at the Toll Gate so I do not take his words to heart. They must show accountability.”
Switch seized the opportunity to challenge the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to speak the truth about what happened at the Lekki Toll Gate.
Multiple award winning Nigerian singer, Davido disclosed in an interview with DJ Cuppy on Apple Music Africa Now, the lesson he learnt from the death of Zimbabwean socialite.
According to the Omobabaolow crooner, Ginimbi's death made him realize that all we have in this life is the air we breathe.
Speaking further, the 27 year old said;
“I feel like material things are just becoming useless to me every day. I just lost a friend he is from Zimbabwe, he was my very close friend. He was an amazing and a very great and loving guy, Ginimbi. What did he not have? He had it all. At the end of the day what his death made me realize is that all we have in this life is the air...
The Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed December 9, 2020 to rule on the application of no case submission filed by Mr Ismail Mustapha popularly known as Mompha, who’s standing trial for alleged N32.9 billion fraud.
The EFCC charged Mompha with 14 counts of fraud, money laundering and running illegal a foreign exchange.
He was arraigned alongside a firm, Ismalob Global Investment Ltd. He pleaded not guilty to the charge and was granted bail in the sum of N100million, with one surety in the like sum.
The case which was earlier fixed for ruling on the no case submission filed by defence, could not proceed on Wednesday, November 18, as the court did not sit.
Justice Mohammed Liman adjourned the judgment delivery to December 9, 2020.
Famous Nigerian singer, Ikechukwu Onunaku,professionally known as Ikechukwu has revealed what the duo of Psquare need to do to make Africans happy.
Kemi Filani recalls that the twins have not been in each others good book for years and they decided to go their separate ways.
According to the 36 year old in his birthday message to the singers, the two of them need to settle their dispute and makeup.This he says will make Africans as a whole very happy.
In his words;
"Happy birthday my brothers @iamkingrudy @peterpsquare . May God continue to bless u two and guard and guide you. Now make the fuck up let all of us in this africa be happy small in this pandemic ah."