DJ Switch Slams Lagos Panel For Handing Over Lekki Toll Gate To LCC
iexclusive News Nigeria reports that Nigerian Activist,Obianuju Catherine Udeh,aka DJ Switch has faulted Lagos panel for returning lekki Toll Gate to LCC.
This online news medium reports that DJ Switch has kicked against the decision of the Lagos State Judicial Panel to hand over the Lekki toll plaza to the Lekki Concession Company LCC.
The panel gave the company the go-ahead to take over the plaza today February 6. With the approval, the Lekki toll gate will begin collecting the daily charges from road users.
The toll gate was closed following the gunshot incident on October 20, 2020.
Reacting to the panel’s decision, DJ Switch who gave a live recording from the toll gate during the gunshot incident in October 2020, kicked against the panel’s decision via her Twitter handle. She wrote;
”We cannot allow operations to begin at the Lekki Tollgate wen justice has not prevailed! This is wrong! I have always known 4m the start The panel trolls screamed at my absence for is a sham! @followlasg you have failed the young people of Lagos state! #EndSARS”
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