Controversial Nigerian journalist, Kemi Omololo Olunloyo who regained freedom after spending 90 days in Port-Harcourt Maximum Prison has cried out to Cameroonian singer and cosmetic entrepreneur, Dencia.
Kemi was sent back to prison sometime in October for allegedly defaming Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries.
Kemi who credited controversial musician Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charlyboy for securing her release from prison had called on the federal government to deconjest the Port-Harcourt prisons.
“I have been released from Port Harcourt maximum prison for the third time in 12 months. To the Federal government of Nigeria, pls decongest #PHMax. Our young #Igbo #Ogoni #Ikwere#Calabar #AkwaIbom males are all LOCKED UP and not fed adequately.
“Many wasting away with skin and health problems. The Federal Ministry of Interior needs to intervene FAST! Special thanks to @areafada1 and #ourmumudondomovement which I helped launch @tvcconnect Dec 13th 2016 for my release.”
Dencia who was touched by Kemi’s post then reached out to her. Kemi then explained all she has been going through to her. See Dencia’s posts below…
Recall that Olunloyo lamented about the living conditions in her prison facility. She called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to look into how the inmates can enjoy better care.
“Good evening. I am Kemi Omololu Olunloyo, a Nigerian journalist. It’s Tuesday, January 9, 2018.Happy new year to you my friends and my supporters.
“I was released earlier this evening from Port-Harcourt Maximum Prison here in Nigeria at 05:30 PM. To the feds who have arrested me three times and released me three times, we are journalists – we know our mission, we will not be intimidated.
“The feds need to get into the Port-Harcourt Maximum Prison. 4175 inmates, 75 of us women; 4100 men. 18 to 25, mostly from the South-South and South-East. Not empowered, marginalized and they look bad.
“Health wise? Many hungry, so many problems in there. That prison needs to be decongested. To my fans, keep up the good work, have a great new year, keep to your resolution. My brother Charly Boy and the OurMumuDonDo movement. Thank you for all your support,” Olunloyo said in an address that lasted for a minute.