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A New Beginning Kemi Olunloyo bows out of journalism to focus on true passion

Renowned Journalist, Pharmacist, and Human Rights activist, Kemi Olunloyo, is dropping journalism.

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

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Kemi Olunloyo, a renowned journalist, pharmacist, and human rights activist, is dropping her journalist pen.

Announcing this development on the website she manages, HNN Africa, Kemi says she's quitting journalism to focus on something she loves; wellness.

She said:

"Today is my last day in Journalism, Pharmacy, Public Relations and Community Activism. I will be retiring from my certified professions and and becoming a Health and Wellness consultant running VitaminKemi. I am no longer interested in my professions of over 25 years and want to do what I love the most, educating people about their wellness. It is a new direction for me and I thank you for all the memories on this page since Jan 25th 2013.  As time goes on, it will not be visible anymore, so move to the Facebook.com/vitaminkemi page. It will be automated and have interaction days. Vitaminkemi will still blog from wwww.hnnafrica.com under the hashtag #Vitaminkemi


Thank You and Goodbye from #HNNAfrica
Kemi Lawrence
Ibadan, Nigeria
@Vitaminkemi on twitter, instagram and Facebook"

 

In her career as a journalist, Kemi Olunloyo was featured on several Media platforms, including CNN, BBC, RT, and lots of others.

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