The renowned and highly educated Nigerian journalist, Dr Kemi Olunloyo has finally begged for forgiveness following her antagonising statements in the past towards the IPOB group which was termed a terrorist group on September, 2017 by the Nigerian court.
Dr Kemi Olunloyo had earlier announced that she will reveal shocking evidence about the IPOB and the leader of the Biafra group, Nnamdi Kanu.
As a result of her revelation and research which she claimed cost her a huge sum of money, she inserted an apology sentence at the end of her post.
After her public apology issued in her revelation, the Nigerian journalist shared some more sensitive information about the IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu for the public to see.
Take your time and read.
Several Nigerians have flooded Kemi Olunloyo's Twitter page as a result of the series of information shared.
What do you think about the Kemi Olunloyo's apology and also share your thoughts about the sensitive information shared by her.
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