Pulse TV Kemi Olunloyo explains why she dumped the Biafra movement

In this exclusive interview Kemi Olunloyo explains why she withdrew her support from the Biafran movement.

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Controversial lady Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo said her father used rituals to control his family.

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51-year-old Kemi Olunloyo who is a controversial social media personality spoke exclusively to Pulse TV about why she stopped supporting the Biafra movement.

She said she pulled out of the Biafra movement when it started getting violent.

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"Some of them wanted Biafra or death. I am like 'no that is not going to work with me'. I don't like slogans that promote death - Biafra or nothing. Try Biafra and peace. Biafra and peace will give you international attention from international networks like CNN, BBC and also human rights agencies," said Olunloyo.

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She further said: "what I got were people chanting Biafra or death and they were liking violence, making threats at the DSS, the police, the army and they were carrying weapons and doing other stuff. Many people were loud on the Internet and not on the ground protesting. Not all of them. People with those flags on the ground are different from the people online."

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Kemi Olunloyo yanked away her support from the Biafra movement and now supports the One Nigeria cause.

In another clip she spoke about Olamide and how he visits a ritualist. "Olamide I am looking at you at Pulse TV. Have you ever been to a ritualist? Answer the question. We both know the answer. It's not controversial. For me to say something like that out on the Internet. I can stay in front of Mushin and say it no one is going to touch me."

You can watch her speak about Biafra below;

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