British Broadcasting Cooperation Investigative Journalist Kiki Modi who conducted an investigative coverage on Nigerian university lecturers harassing female students, pressuring them for sex in return for grades or admission blocked the HNN African Investigative Journalist Dr Kemi Olunloye on Twitter.
Nigerian Investigative journalist, activist and social media personality Dr Kemi Olunloyo took to her Twitter page to air her views in regards to the ongoing investigation. She lamented that the investigative journalist for BBC Kiki Mordi should have remained anonymous as Nigeria is a very dangerous place for journalist.
The BBC reporter blocked her from all social media platforms following Kemi’s blacklash message. Kemi in turn took to her Instagram page to state the reason behind her statement.
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#WellnessNigeria®🇳🇬 💥 #BREAKINGNEWS🙄🙄🙄#KikiMordi UNBLOCKS me on Twitter after she heard that I don't like her for being rude to more experienced journalists in the profession. She even says I'm crying as if I can't see her tweets from other Twitter accounts. SWIPE 👉 to see my strong advise to her. Death threats are real. BBC did not protect Ahmed. Keep revealing your face and name during undercover investigations in two countries known for assassinations. Ahmed was killed in Ghana.⚰️😢🇬🇭 #sexforgrades #threats #bbcafricaneye #bbcAfricaeye #coldroom #unilag #coldroomexperience #richardakindele #bonifaceigbenehue #ransfordgyampo