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Kemi Olunloyo Update 'Let The World Know I Am Dying'

Ms Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo who was brutalized by her own sister is not in a good shape at the moment and wants everyone to know she is dying.

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Ms Kemi Olunloyo is in a bad shape play

Ms Kemi Olunloyo is in a bad shape


We are following up on the situation of Ms Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, the daughter of former Oyo State Governor, Victor Olunloyo, who was brutalised by her younger sister, Funke, the Special Adviser to the Oyo State governor on Education, and her her son, Fifehan, few days ago, and the reports we have shows that she is not in a very good state at the moment.

The journalist cum social critic, according to an SOS message she sent to Pulse.ng, is currently on admission at the University College Hospital, UCH, Ibadan, where she is undergoing a Magnetic Resonance Imaging, MRI, scan meant to look into her brains to see if there is any damage from the bruises she got in the beating.

She also stated that she would need to travel out of the country for a comprehensive medical treatment and the cost would be in the region of 450,000 dollars.

Recall our earlier report where, in the cause of the assault, her 15-year-old nephew, had smashed her head with an heavy flower pot and went ahead to choke her and that caused serious head injuries that could result in brain damage.

This is what Kemi posted on her Facebook page earlier today, with a picture of herself with a swollen face:

On my way now to UCH for an MRI, Magnetic Resonance Imaging; looks into my brain soft tissues. My dad does not want me posting anymore cos he is trying to save his name.

I am trying to save my life writing down what I need to document for my children in the name of my innocence because I demanded water and services for my people from the Governor.

Ajimobi has not called to check on my health. Should I worry? His transit bus dragged my son, KJ 11 months ago with injuries and my dad covered it up because Ajimobi was about to appoint one of his children in his cabinet. The child is Funke Olunloyo.

Blood is not thicker than water.

Politics never lasts. Humanity should

1:43 pm: I have a frontal headache. My skull is still swollen in the back. God is all I believe in. The people who did this to me went to church yesterday to worship with their clerics. God save my soul and deliver me from man. My spiritualism will never let me lose this battle.



Later in the day, she sent this message to Pulse.ng:

Let them know i'm dying. My children and i had a meeting online should something befall me. You can quote me.

My medical trip will cost 450,000 dollars. My children are launching an online fund raiser.

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