Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has stated that Kiki Mordi, the reporter behind the sex for grades documentary, is full of arrogance.
According to Kemi Olunloyo who tweeted in reaction to news of death threats on Kiki Mordi, the identity of the reporter should have been protected.
Advising her to leave the country to save her life, Kemi Olunloyo shared on Twitter:
There are CREDIBLE THREATS on her life that I have confirmed. @MrFixNigeria @CPJAfrica
pls RT. @PoliceNG @TwitterSafety pls take note. The British Broadcasting Corporation and Anas were unable to protect Ahmed Hussein-Suale(Divela) #sexforgrades #BBCAfricaneye
@BBCAfrica didn’t protect her identity as she went undercover in a sting on #sexforgrades. It was completely unprofessional. An undercover Journalist must NEVER be revealed after the job is done. The Journalists that did Siasa and Codeine/Tramadol were never revealed. Huge danger
She is arrogant and full of ignorance. @kikimordi leave Nigerian soil and don’t try to be a hero in the name of investigative Journalism for a BIG media outlet. BBC had an Exodus in 2014. Most Journalists told me they were “gagged”. #sexforgrades suspect in Ghana already boasting
The network has been struggling now for 5 years. I’ve helped BBC promote or contribute to investigations but it’s an absolute travesty to put an undercover Journalist’s face and name to an UNDERCOVER story. Nigeria/Ghana are dangerous #sexforgrades #BBCAfricaneye
I will say no more on this matter. Nigerian media outlets rarely do UNDERCOVER WORK. Even @PoliceNG limits it to violent crimes. The bigger picture is the trauma these young ladies passed through has not been treated. Tomorrow is #WorldMentalHealthDay”
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