Kemi Olunloyo blasts Kiki Mordi for revealing her identity in “Sex for grades” documentary

Nigerian journalist Kemi Olunloyo has called out BBC Africa’s journalist Kiki Mordi for showing her face and using her real name in her latest investigative piece.

The “sex for grades” documentary showed Kiki Mordi and other unidentified journalists posing as students seeking help from professors in Unilag and University of Ghana.

Kemi Olunloyo, the self acclaimed “best investigative journalist in Nigeria” has however called out Kiki and has stated that the young journalist put herself in danger by showing her face.

She went further to state in an instagram post that she hopes BBC Africa will be able to protect her from assassins because they failed to protect others who were killed because of their work with BBC Africa and Anas.

In her post, Kemi wrote:

“#BREAKINGNEWS🙄🙄🙄#KikiMordi UNBLOCKS me on Twitter after she heard that I don’t like her for being rude to more experienced journalists in the profession.

“She even says I’m crying as if I can’t see her tweets from other Twitter accounts. SWIPE 👉 to see my strong advise to her.

“Death threats are real. BBC did not protect Ahmed. Keep revealing your face and name during undercover investigations in two countries known for assassinations.

“Ahmed was killed in Ghana.⚰️😢🇬🇭 #sexforgrades”

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