The prominent Nigerian journalist, who is also a blogger and a social media personality, Kemi Olunloyo has recently taken to her official Facebook handle to raise an alarm over a planned media blackout which she claimed might take place today as a result of the ongoing protest in social media by Nigerians over insecurity.
Kemi who disclosed this few minutes ago has urged all Nigerians to be vigilant and stay alert to report any ongoing suspicious activities or attacks in their areas, as she claimed that today will be a hot day in the country. Kemi while raising alarm on the importance of this notice revealed that there may be a media blackout today as explosives have already been suspected in public places. She also went further to reveal that airports and government-owned facilities and properties are being secured now, as Boko Haram is on the verge of unleashing another terror according to the reports that they are now paying N20k to recruit members as well as anyone who would be able to provide them with credible information. We all are aware of the present situation of things in the country right now and how what we all once believed to be insecurity has escalated into terrorism, it's best to keep watch and maintain privacy in order not to fall victim of circumstance.
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