After surviving EndSARS protests, Nigerian activist fears Twitter ban is latest crackdown on youth

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Obianuju Catherine Udeh, known as DJ Switch, has become an activist using social media as her platform.
Obianuju Catherine Udeh, known as DJ Switch, has become an activist using social media as her platform.
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DJ Switch has been in hiding since October 2020 after sharing a video of security forces opening fire on EndSARS protesters in Nigeria.

That night, her social media coverage changed the career trajectory of the DJ and performer.

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