US-trained investigative journalist and pharmacist relays message to Nigerian Youths, See what she said

The Controversial US-trained investigative journalist and a clinical pharmacist has relayed a message to the youth of Nigeria, which according to her, it’s her last message but urgent.

Dr. Kemi has been attacked on social media after she stood against the ban of SARS and the protest against the operatives of SARS in Nigeria. Her Twitter account was however taken down after several reports from Twitter users.

Taking to her social media page, Dr. Kemi has clear the air and delivered her “Urgent but the last message” to the youths. She disclosed in the video that she does not hate Nigerian youths. She also said her message and comment about the ongoing SARS were misinterpreted.

According to her, she disclosed how SARS kidnapped her daughter and took her to Port Harcourt “They suffered me, they took me to their headquarter at SARS. What I saw at sars, a journalist is not meant to see that. Men were held up in cells, 60 to 80 men in a tiny cell. They are just praying from 6 am to 7 pm because they don’t know who is next”.

“when they open a cell door, and I know because I have been in prison, 3 times, 4 times. When you open a cell door it’s either they are going to visit someone or they are going home. But at SARS in Alu, it could be they are going to be executed “.

“After she was released, she talked about how she begged online for money to treat herself. She revealed that she begged Hushpuppi for money. “Hushpuppi mocked me “, she said.

“My right leg is gone”, she cried out. She mentioned that she can’t join the protest because she had surgery on her right leg which is healing slowly. If I die in the next hour in this bed, I have fulfilled everything I have to”.


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