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Kemi Olunloyo in prison: 6 facts we know about her arrest so far (photos)

Kemi Olunloyo in prison: 6 facts we know about her arrest so far (photos)

When the news broke that Kemi Olunloyo was in a Port Harcourt prison, many were skeptical, largely because of her penchant for controversy. However with photos of her emerging in prison uniform, many have taken notice of her plight.

NAIJ.com made a quick round-up of the facts we know so far about Kemi Olunloyo's imprisonment:

1. Arrest

On March 14, 2017, NAIJ.com reported that Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo was arrested by men of the Nigeria Police Force over a controversial statement she made earlier in March about ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.

2. Port Harcourt prison

Over 48 hours later on March 16, 2017, it was revealed that she was being held in a Port Harcourt prison on the order of the Inspector General of Police over her story of actress Iyabo Ojo and Pastor David Ibiyeomie in adultery mess.

3. Her message

On her Instagram page, the following message was posted two weeks ago, March 16, 2017, likely by someone managing her social media:

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4. Bail hearing

The last message from her was posted about one week ago, March 20, 2017, speaking about her bail hearing, below is the message from her Instagram:

5. Photos emerge

Finally, on Thursday, March 30, 2017, photos of her in prison uniform emerged. She appeared in green prison uniform and in handcuffs alongside Samuel Walson, a Port Harcout based publisher.

Below are the photos:

The sight of Kemi Olunloyo in prison uniform has sparked outrage across Nigeria

The sight of Kemi Olunloyo in prison uniform has sparked outrage across Nigeria

She was handcuffed to popular Port Harcourt publisher, Samuel Walson as she was taken to court for a bail hearing

She was handcuffed to popular Port Harcourt publisher, Samuel Walson as she was taken to court for a bail hearing

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6. Granted bail

Chief Magistrate, Alatuwo Elkanah Fubara, in his ruling granted the two accused bail in the sum of two hundred thousand naira with credible sureties who reside in Port Harcourt. The hearing was then adjourned to May 4.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com recently made a video about Nigeria and the state of things in the nation, watch the video below:

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