“I no longer place curses on people’s heads” – Repentant Kemi Olunloyo says
By Rita Chioma,
Spending 81 days in a Port Harcourt prison seems to have made Kemi Olunloyo a better person.
The controversial journalist who says she is now a political activist has thanked people who reached out to her while she was in prison and people who are currently contributing to help her offset her bills.
She also sent a shout out to actress, Georgina Onuoha, who despite their social media war, called for her release from prison.
She also revealed actress, Ibinabo Fiberesima reached out to her while in prison.
She wrote: “Today I’m waking up as a political activist. The hashtag is #hnnact Journalism @hnnafrica will be back after my trial. I lost close to $300k in wages, ads, freelance assignments and revenues. My travel docs also seized and tied to my job. I have run out of money. Flights back and forth to #PortHarcourt trial, hotel, transportation to court is why I set up a post for legal expenses. Another one is going up today on #GoFundMe
Thanks to all those who sent me money so far. I appreciate you all. The love and support is overwhelming. S/O to my sister @IbinaboFiberisima who visited me in prison with lots of food, provisions and cash in April 2017. Thank you dear for sending me even more money on Monday the day I left. She truly surprised me. That has gone to the legal fund. To @georginaonuoha who we fought each other vigorously, it is well. I read your appeal to #AsoRock to release me. May God protect you and your lovely girls. No curse will befall them. I no longer place curses on people’s heads. GOD FORBID. I love you all
Goodbye PH. #MadamKOO.”