Kemi Olunloyo Sends Warning Message To Lagos Hoodlums Ahead Protest
By LouieFaith | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 5887 views
Few days ago, after weeks of Lekki toll gate closure due to the Lekki Massacre issue that reportedly happened while the youth was protesting at Lekki Tollgate months ago, Lagos panel decided to reopen Lekki toll gate, and the protesters that seemed unsatisfied has decided to launch another protest in few days.
However, a Nigerian popular journalist, Kemi Olunloyo who revealed her bad health status hours ago has taken to his Twitter page to send a warning message to "Lagos hoodlums" as written in her tweet.
Kemi Olunloyo wrote in her tweet "Dear Lagos Hoodlums: I’ll be attending #OccupyLekkiTollGate protests to support youth. It’s my constitutional right to protest. If you come there to unleash mayhem, know that I’m the MOTHER OF HOODLUMS in Molete, Beere and Iwo rd. Google the map to see where I’m from.
Her tweet has sparked reactions among Twitter users, see Twitter users reactions below;
Protesters that seemed unsatisfied with Lagos panel's decision to reopen Lekki toll gate claiming justice has not been served has decided to start another protest in few days.
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