Recounting her ordeal at Lekki toll gate, DJ Switch displayed bullet shells she gathered from that day.
She kept a special one citing that it dropped on her shoulder. She said the soldiers were trying to pick up their shells.
To gather evidence, they (the protesters) picked some too.
The DJ said a protester who tried to protect her was shot at the back.
“A boy jumped on me and was shouting cover her! cover her!,” she explained. “They shot that boy on the back.”
Switch was very emotional as she kept cutting the video to avoid viewers see her cry.
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