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VIDEO: "Many Citizens Got No Food During The Total Lockdown. I Went Out And Gave Them Mine"- Kemi O.

VIDEO: "Many Citizens Got No Food During The Total Lockdown. I Went Out And Gave Them Mine"- Kemi O.

The distinguished investigative female journalist, active activist, and contentious blogger, Dr. Kemi Olunloyo shared a new video whereby she was giving out COVID-19 palliatives to the needy people who were affected by the last total lockdown in Lagos state.

Dr. Kemi shared the video through her official Facebook page which melted many of her followers' hearts. Kemi claimed under the video which was edited with a music background by her artist, Wealth9ja that everything in Nigeria is done with a cover-up. She also said politicians get to the helms of power to loot and cover-up everything afterwards.

According to Kemi she wrote under the uploaded video clip, "#DaftNigerians is a wake up Twitter hashtag. Many of us are DAFT!!

Everything in Nigeria is a cover-up.

Get to the helms of power, loot, and cover-up things. Magu was threatening a hunger strike behind bars. Who cares if you starve yourself? Many citizens got no food during the total #lockdown I went out and gave them MINE!

Music by my artist #Wealth9ja who SARS EXTORTED 3 times and I harassed them the 4th time."

Dr. Kemi addressing people before sharing the palliative as a prolific orator.Dr. Kemi screenshotted while handling a package to one of the benefactors.The residents who benefitted from the palliatives surrounding Dr. Kemi's car

Dr. Kemi sharing the food packages herself from a car's boot.

You can watch the video here:

Following the post, many of her fans reacted to her kindness and pure heart towards the poor. She was also hailed for fighting against oppression, corruption, and illicit acts done by some Nigerian authorities to the nationals.

See the screenshots of the reactions below;

However, in my view, Dr. Kemi Olunloyo claimed that she is not only known with controversial statements every time, but also with generosity and charity. She followed what she preached by giving out relief packages to people.

What do you think about Dr. Kemi Olunloyo's deed?

Do you think her generosity was not political like that?

Is she really fighting for the betterment of the Nigerian government or just looking for fame?

Kindly drop your views and opinions in the comments section below.

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