Kemi Olunloyo has revealed that it was not Kiki Mordi that went undercover in the sex for grades documentary that indicted some lecturers for sexual harassment.
According to Kemi Olunloyo, the credit which ought to be given to the actual lady who went undercover was given to Kiki Mordi.
She made this known after announcing that she would be carrying out an investigation into the sex for grades documentary.
“Dear @BBCAfrica I’m investigating the #Sexforgrades investigation by #KIKIMORDI. She’s actually BLOCKED me back refusing to answer questions. What I uncovered amounts to hypocrisy. #BBCAfricaneye may be sued in Nigeria after my findings. UNILAG students are cooperating”.
“It was a travesty of Journalism. #KIKIMORDI did NOT enter the #coldroom in the @BBCAfrica #sexforgrades investigation on #BBCAfricanEye. The actual woman who did said it was an “entrapment” mission”
She went on to reveal a bit on the identity of the lady that went undercover.
“SHOCKING REVELATION: #KikiMordi did NOT go undercover for @BBCAfrica in the #SexforGrades scandal on #BBCAfricaEye. A fmr Unilag Arts grad Oge (anonymous) did. Why did BBC ALLEGEDLY lie? @ASUUNGR
should hold network accountable”
“The actual young woman who went into the #ColdRoom will be anonymous to protect her identity. I will call her #Oge. Why did she go in as the undercover Journalist instead of #KIKIMORDI the Journalist being credited. BBC should be credited. Charlie Northcott the producer grilled!”
In an earlier tweet, Kemi Olunloyo labeled Kiki Mordi as arrogant and ignorant for exposing her identity in the sex for grades documentary.
“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”