— Highly controversial Nigerian blogger Kemi Olunloyo has been humbled after spending 81 days in prison
Emerging reports suggest that the controversial blogger, Kemi Olunloyo, has regained her freedom.
Recalls that Olunloyo has been held in a Port Harcourt prison custody for about 81 days.
FLASH:Nigerian Blogger Kemi Olunloyo who has spent 81 days in Port Harcourt prison over awful bail conditions regains freedom @pressfreedom pic.twitter.com/OBGtuVBHux
— Sahara Reporters (@SaharaReporters) June 5, 2017
A post by Sahara Reporters suggests that the blogger was released in the evening of Monday, June 5.
After seeking financial aid to get out of jail, the embattled ex-governor’s daughter and US trained investigative journalist accused a court registrar of stalling her release from jail.
Information gathered that the former Oyo state governor Victor Omololu-Olunloyo’s daughter accused the chief registrar of the Port Harcourt Division of the Federal High Court of sitting on her case in order to continually keep her in prison despite having allegedly met her bail conditions.
Reacting to this accusation is the deputy chief registrar Maimunat Folami who revealed that all Kemi said earlier is false. She said: “We have done everything that we’re supposed to do. This allegation is very strange.
I have to do all the works of ensuring that all the documents are put in place.”
Few months ago, Olunloyo was reportedly arrested by men of the Nigeria Police Force over a controversial statement she made earlier in March about ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.
The notorious Twitter troll had alleged that her father, a former governor of Oyo state Victor Omololu Olunloyo and Obasanjo used her younger brother Oyeleke for rituals in 1999.
Kemi wrote this in an Instagram post on March 5, Obasanjo’s 80th birthday. She warned the former president to stay away from her family and stop taking her father to ritualists.