KEMI OLUNLOYO FAULTS BBC’S #SEXFORGRADES INVESTIGATION; SAYS KIKI MORDI’S IDENTITY SHOULDN’T HAVE BEEN EXPOSED

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Veteran Nigerian journalist and blogger, Kemi Olunloyo has openly condemned the viral BBC’s documentary video on SEX FOR GRADES, saying undercover journalist Kiki Mordi’s identity should not have been blown.

Kemi Olunloyo who was reacting to the report that Kiki Mordi had received threats said the investigative report amounts to nothing but sensationalism, entrapment, and baiting.

The US-trained journalist also warned Kiki to beware as BBC may not be able to protect from the strong criminal syndicates in Nigeria and Ghana saying she has confirmed scoop of threats to her life.

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