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DJ Switch Reveals She Never Stepped Foot In Canada

DJ Switch
DJ Switch

Popular Disk Jockey, Obianuju Catherine Udeh, also known as DJ Switch, has refuted claims she got asylum in Canada.

Recall that the DJ who was signed by as his personal in 2017, made headlines after capturing the shooting which occurred at Lekki Toll Gate in an Instalive video on October 20, 2020.

Shortly after the gunshot incident during the protest at the tollgate, it was widely reported that she had fled the country and had taken asylum in Canada.

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The personal assistant to the singer, Peter Okoye, Charles Abi, even granted an interview where he stated that DJ Switch is safe and out of the country.

DJ Switch
DJ Switch

In a message posted on her Instastories, DJ Switch debunked reports she had been granted asylum in Canada.

According to her, she never stepped foot into and had been holed up in a house for months.

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She wrote, “To the people who know me well, I don’t really share except my craft, art and comments on social media issues that affect us all.

“But let me say this… News outlets and bloggers, I know traffic is the game but when you don’t really investigate properly and run with things that you don’t know for sure or have verified, you sincerely hurt and in some cases cause serious complications for people in real life.

“I’ve been locked up in a house for months.

“I never got assylum to Canada, I did not step foot into Canada, I don’t even speak to anyone who claimed they spoke to me on this issue.

“Anyways, I will leave it there.

“By the way, it is now that I am travelling… and is not to Canada.”

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