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The controversial daughter of former Oyo State governor who was rearrested and clamped in prison has regained her freedom.
Just a day after being clamped back in the Port Harcourt prison for her inability to meet her bail conditions, the controversial journalist, and blogger, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo has regained her freedom again.
Olunloyo who is standing trial for allegedly defaming the character of a Rivers State-based man of God, Pastor David Ibieyomi after she published stories of his alleged involvement in adultery and corrupt practices, was rearrested when she went to the court for her bail hearing.
Before now, the daughter of former Oyo State Governor, Victor Omololu-Olunloyo had spent 81 days in the prison when she could not meet her bail conditions which included the payment of N200,000, on the same issue.
Olunloyo broke the news of her release on her Facebook wall shortly after she was let go and thanked her cell mates for being very nice to her.
Read what she wrote here:
I have been released from #PortHarcourt Prison after 26 hours. Locked up twice 82 days and 2 hours. If I can survive #PHMax twice, you can do anything you wanna do.
S/O to my former inmates. Such love! I got a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, wrapper and a great meal.
Laurita cooked me #OfoSoup which I’m taking to my hotel and Benny gave me her entire dinner last nite and a doughnut for dessert.
#Cell1(GRA) inmates ROCK!
PRAY FOR MY PRISON SISTERS. Kidnappers, belle cases, assassins, EFCC fraudsters, cultists and 8 children plus 4 toddlers.
S/O to a great PH fan Anwurheeka who met me shortly after my release. Port Harcourt fans are the greatest then #Lagos #Abuja #Ibadan.
Magistrate court continues July, then Federal High Court October. I’m being sued in two courts for posting a news tip alleging corruption and adultery sent to me to investigate with witnesses coming forward.
S/O to my prison staff family who did a lot of paperwork and shame on the judiciary who intentionally slowed down the prison court order that would have kept me out of jail.
The judiciary should rid themselves of corrupt employees. I will NOT STOP talking!!