Kemi Olunloyo was arrested and detained after she published an article online about David Ibiyomie, a popular Port-Harcourt General Overseer of Salvation Ministries.
Despite the outcry by her fans who felt she had been unjustly kept in prison, she was not released until 81 days later.
However, the celebration of her release was shortlived as she was arrested again on June 21. She made a passionate plea on her Facebook saying she needed N100,000 to get a surety to perfect her magistrate bail so that she won’t be remanded in until July 5. She was later released after one day in detention.
In a new Facebook video, she says she will no longer practice journalism in Nigeria, but she remains a political activist fighting for the masses.