I’ve always believed change will come to Nigeria – DJ Switch

DJ Switch
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Popular Nigerian disc jockey Obianuju Catherine Udeh, aka DJ Switch has penned a heartfelt appreciation to the Nigerian youth for the great role played in this year’s presidential election and for changing the narrative in Nigerian politics.

Recall that DJ Switch who has been in exile gained international recognition after she live-streamed the Nigerian Army personnel shooting protesters at the Lekki tollgate during the nationwide EndSARS protest on 20th October 2020.

Reacting to how the youths have changed the narrative to some extent in Nigeria politics, DJ Switch who disclosed that she has always believed that change will come to Nigeria said the change needed is still a long way to go but her faith is renewed.

In a heartbreaking quote, DJ Switch stated that she won’t see the change coming, however, she is most grateful that the youths made her dreams come true.

She tweeted: “I want to say thank you to our vibrant youths. I’ve always believed change will come to Nigeria but I would always end that statement with, “I know I won’t see it.” But you guys have made my dream come true… I know it’s still a long way to go but my faith is renewed. Thank you!”

In another tweet, DJ Switch joked about the campaign strategies of the Lagos State’s incumbent governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu seeking re-election.

The governor has employed a series of outdoor campaigns from visiting churches, and hairdressing saloon, to show his skills at the mechanic work in order to cajole the citizens of Lagos to vote him in again on 11th March

In her tweet, DJ Switch wrote: “I hear say Sanwo Olu don turn usher for church Miracle no dey taya who???”



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