- Journalist, pharmacist and well known social media aficionado Kemi Olunloyo has not kept quiet following her recent release from prison
- This time she has choice words for those who refer to her as a criminal
- She gives reason why even though she was locked up in jail for 81 days, she is not a criminal
Under 24 hours after she was released from prison, controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo has issued a stern warning to those who refer to her as a criminal.
In her true fashion, she stated that since she hasn’t been convicted of any crime, anyone calling her a criminal is an illiterate.
See her tweet below:
According to the statutes of Nigerian law, anyone who has been incarcerated for any amount of time but hasn’t been convicted in a competent court of law cannot be referred to as a criminal. Perhaps this is the point Ms. Olunloyo is trying to point out.
She also went on to reveal that the media is the most powerful organization in the world:
It also appears that she wants to lead a case for prison reforms:
She even went on to declare her plans to become a political activist. But she also said she will return to journalism later.
We are glad to see that Ms. Olunloyo is back to her old ways.
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