Former Gov.'S Daughter, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo Deported From Canada
Remember Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo? I mean, the lady who has and shows her venomous hatred for Igbos plus uses the social network to bash Nigerians at any slight opportunity.
A little over two years ago, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, 48, daughter of former Oyo governor, declared on Facebook her interest to run for Nigeria's highest office. Later, she downgraded her ambition: she called for then Yar Adua-led government of Nigeria to appoint her Nigeria's high commissioner to Canada. As a Nigerian-Canadian, it was at this juncture that a lot of people took special interest in her utterances and behavior.
When her campaign for calumny was imminent, Malik Shabazz, Bruce Ugiomoh, Bolanle Coker and another Igbo follow, Kaanayo Nwachuckwu, started a campaign “Nigerians say no to Madam Olukemi Omololu-Olunloyo” on Facebook. They dug out the fact that Kemi had resided in the United States for nearly three decades and was denied permanent residence status therein purely because of her serial criminal acts. This formidable team discovered she had served a jail term in the tiny Caribbean Island nation of Jamaica, using an alias.
"It was even cheese cake for us to unearth she was making a bogus political asylum claim in Canada. Armed with these facts, we presented our case to Nigerians on our page, which grew by at least 2,000 members daily, on the average.
And Olukemi became very rattled and angrier and began to fight back like a wounded lion: she called our office and asked the Government of Canada to fire us from our job, giving them flimsy reasons; she told the world we are group of 419," stated one of the musketeers that took on her case.
Here's an excerpt from what she wrote about Bolanle and Shabazz and Kaanayo Nwachuckwu “Bolanle Coker, Kaanayo Nwachukwu and Malik Shabazz are crazy…I got Kaanayo FIRED from a Govt of Canada job…I demanded him be fired or it's a multimillion dollar lawsuit of the province of Ontario, so he gets fired…These Nigerians are complete assholes.”
Kaanayo Nwachuckwu, the leader of the team, wrote in his blog "when all her war of words couldn't deter Nigerians from dishing curses to her, she contacted the management of Facebook with the claim that we had mounted a campaign of hatred against her and her family. Facebook, being who they are, did not ask any questions before deleting my account already maxxed at 5000 friends. With that, I also lost a page I started on Facebook with nearly 2 million followers from around the globe. Olukemi was on cloud nine with excitement. Nonetheless, we were not deterred; I got another Facebook in April 2010 and started another page with which we fought Olukemi to a standstill, knowing full well Nigerians would have the final laugh in the fight at the end of the day. That laughter took two years to come.
A couple of weeks ago, the Canada Boarder Services Agency (CBSA) directed Olukemi, who came to Canada in 2007 with her four sons (from four dads), to report to their office at 6900 Airport Road on May 4 for removal (deportation) from Canada."
“This is very frustrating,” Omololu-Olunloyo said from her Toronto home. “Nobody knows what will happen to us when we are deported to Nigeria.”
She and her children, http://www.nollywoodgists.com gathered, have been packing their belongings for the trip home, having filed unsuccessful refugee claims and subsequent appeals.
“I know I will be killed when I return for what I have written against the government,” she added.
Omololu-Olunloyo said some of her blogs and tweets have been against the government of Nigeria.
“I am a journalist and it will be only a matter of time before I am killed. The government do not like people who ask a lot of questions,” her last word.
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