Controversial Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has shared a harrowing experience she had with Special Anti-Robbery Squad operatives.
Whilst clearing the air on the comments she made about the #EndSARS protest that she claimed was misinterpreted, Kemi Olunloyo delivered what she termed as ‘urgent but the last message’ to the youths.
According to the 56-year-old self-acclaimed pharmacist in a video, her daughter kidnapped by SARS and taken to Port Harcourt.
Kemi said that currently she can’t participate in the #EndSARS protest ongoing because she underwent a surgical operation on her right leg.
“They suffered me, they took me to their headquarter at SARS. What I saw at sars, a journalist is not meant to see that. Men were held up in cells, 60 to 80 men in a tiny cell. They are just praying from 6 am to 7 pm because they don’t know who is next”.
“when they open a cell door, and I know because I have been in prison, 3 times, 4 times. When you open a cell door it’s either they are going to visit someone or they are going home. But at SARS in Alu, it could be they are going to be executed “
“My right leg is gone” If I die in the next hour in this bed, I have fulfilled everything I have to”.