Controversial self-claimed investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has been released from Port-Harcourt prison and took some time to share a post thanking a number of people for supporting her.
She claimed she lost nearly $300,000 due to her arrest. See what she wrote below:
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.
She further wrote:
Earlier today I left #PortHarcourt for #Lagos en route to #Ibadan. Flown by my beautiful baby sis the Almighty #SimisolaAjibola @seemeesolah aka Madam #girlpower a 45 min flight exactly on time for take off and landing. #AirPeace thanks for having me on board.
Clean plane, excellent breakfast and smooth ride. Her copilot was a camera shy Yoruba man lol. Check out that shadow I took as we approached landing. Simi keep up the good job. Next we’ll get a female presido. What a man can do, a woman can do even better.
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