An Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) loyalist has published Kemi Olunloyo’s obituary design.
This reliable online news platform was designed and uncovered on social media by a loyalist of IPOB, Ajuonuma Kelechi.
Onyxnews Nigeria learned that the obituary design of Kemi Olunloyo released by the IPOB loyalists comes as part of the series of reactions to Olunloyo’s claim that the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) was dead.
Olunloyo said Nnamdi Kanu had died on April 27, 2020.
The enraged IPOB loyalist with the username @OweleNnaekunie on seeing the claims she made her twitter post, took to the reply section to upload an obituary picture for the controversial journalist.
The comic obituary poster suggested she died of “mental disorder”.
See the picture below:
On May 24, Olunloyo shared on how she would be contesting against Oyo State Governor, Makinde in come 2023.
Onyxnews Nigeria reported that the UK trained investigative journalist posted a video on YouTube where she boasted of defeating present Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde if she contest against him in 2023.
Although, the broadcast was meant to educate the public about the coronavirus pandemic in the country and globally.
In the video, Kemi Olunloyo who daughter to former governor of the state, said in the 14 minutes video how some Nigerians who don’t even know her, look at her as ‘one mad crazy woman’ because their friends told them so.
She said this is a reason she feels Nigeria itself has been wrink, as people do not find out things about others, but they listen to what other people say to them and then they make perceptions up, of who they are.