Obianuju Catherine, popularly known as Dj Switch has lambasted Nigeria’s minister of Information and culture, Lai Mohammed over his high level of incompetence in the ongoing Lekki massacre case.
On the 20th of October 2020, Dj Switch live-streamed the Lekki Massacre on Instagram and has since received discrediting feedbacks from the Nigerian government.
She tweeted: “How can ” a minister of information” be so “misinformed”? The only believable thing about him is his name…Lai.
“Unfortunately sir, the truth is a very stubborn thing! Tnk u all 4 it well wishes &prayers. It’s not BN easy 4 me by d need 2 #SoroSoke is more important than their bullying.”
Meanwhile, The United States mission in Nigeria says Nigeria is not included in the visa bond pilot programme which was issued by the outgoing President Donald Trump’s administration on Monday.
In a statement, the U.S. mission said that the limited six-month visa bond pilot programme, beginning Dec. 24, 2020, affected 15 African countries, excluding Nigeria.
The 15 African countries affected are Angola, Liberia, Libya, Burkina Faso, Congo, Djibouti, Burundi, Eritrea, Mauritania, Gambia, Susan, Chad, Guinea-Bissau, São Tomé and Principe and Cape Verde.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) visa bond programme will require applicants for tourist and business visas from some African countries to pay up to $15,000 bond (country dependent) in addition to visa fees.