Ms Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo has come out to narrate the genesis of the fight with her younger sister, Funke Olunloyo where she was battered by the sister and her son.
The controversial and outspoken daughter of the former Governor of Oyo State, Victor Omololu-Olunloyo, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, who was last week brutally beaten up by her younger sister, Funke, has come out to state that her sister has always been the black sheep of her family, dragging the family name in the mud as well as having a violent streak all her life.
The no nonsense lady who is also a journalist, has been a thorn in the flesh of the Oyo State government, tasking them to live up to their responsibilities of providing social amenities for the society, taking on authorities and influential men of God like Pastor Enoch Adeboye and Bishop David Oyedepo, has taken time to narrate how her sister has been living a rebellious life right from childhood.
Kemi, who does not hide what she feels, took to her website, www.HHNAfrica.com, to narrate the genesis of the fight with her sister who is a Special Adviser on Education to the Oyo State governor:
I can be tough too. Nigerian Police have not done their job and need to start handling domestic violence. By subjecting myself to this assault, I did not want to fight back. I simply wanted people to see Funke Olunloyo's history of violence that runs deep, got her finger amputated at 7, when I was 11, one afternoon at Premier Hotel when we were kids.
Her aggression had started 40 yrs ago when, after swimming, we argued and I vividly remember her hitting me with a coco yam plant branch. That plant caused me an allergy and I began itching and had asthma. Asthma paralyzed me as a kid and she came after me with that plant again and I threatened to shut the car door on her hands.
She attacked me with the plant again, I was covered with hives and dared me to, putting her fingers in the door jam and I slammed my parents car door. Her finger was amputated and treated at UCH. All this while my parents were paying for our food and swimming.
She got kicked out of my house by police in America during one of her fake vacations; violence cost her a divorce 12 years ago after beating the hell out of her ex husband, businessman Muyiwa Omitowoju and inflicting massive child abuse on my son, KJ, in 2006, because he wet her bed on an overnite trip to his cousins.
She also stabbed me in 2012 with a kitchen knife in the famous dispute where her disgusting son, the same one that assaulted me, stole my BB memory card out of my Canadian phone and erased it. My Fox News and CNN archives were gone forever. It would cost me N250,000 to replace, to call every network who normally charge $80-100$ per tape with about 13 of my lifelong media work.
Funke blamed me for this boy's theft when her son secretly went into my office, stealing the entire phone and KJ's Playstation which we found all in his possession.
Argument ensued, I was making a salad, she grabbed the knife, stabs me December 2012 and all I get in my city is all this bullshit about why we live in the same house and don't talk or haven't spoken since 2012.
Only thing I share is that big kitchen she has now possessed seizing 2 gas cookers and one electric. My family means nothing to me anymore. At 50 I should be enjoying my life not being in an attempted murder by my sister and nephew.
Funke Olunloyo is the Oyo State Special Adviser to the Governor on Education. Start by educating your own children. What a joke! So desperate she accused me of trying to bring down the APC Government simply because I tweeted the governor 25 times in a chat to fix our street that swallowed a bus full of ppl and give us water. Now you Ibadan idiots know why we never talk though we share the same house.
Nigerians dote all over domestic violence yet cheer it. It's not always man versus woman; my sister's was wife versus husband and sister versus sister. #FamilyDomesticViolence affects everyone.
My children are affected, developed huge animosity on several members of the family and it should all begin with police intervention.