Kemi Olunloyo Cries From Prison: “Judiciary Has Failed In Nigeria”



Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, the Ibadan based famous female blogger, who was recently released from the prison has been returned to prison.
And Kemi is crying from the prison over what she termed ‘failure of judiciary’.
Recall that the daughter of former Oyo State governor got a reprieve after spending 81 days in prison allegedly for defaming a Port Harcourt pastor, David Ibiyeomie.
Kemi had a new date with court on Wednesday, 21st of June, 2017 and she honoured it. However, she was reportedly rearrested in the court chambers and detained in court cell, according to a statement she personally posted on the Facebook early on Wednesday.
“I’m in the court cell. I was rearrested today (and may be detained) till July 5th, 2017,” Kemi said in the statement, while explaining the reasons she felt she was arrested again.
Her words;
“The prison was to be served a court order and the court registrar said it (the order) was not ready yesterday or this morning. They purposely delayed it so that the prison won’t get it on time. The court started and they released the order to be taken to the prison.”
Furthering, she said, “the prosecutors say my case in magistrate court was not perfected, that I was ‘miraculously’ freed. Prison says it was a cancelled warrant. Complainant lawyers and prosecutor says no.
I am already in Federal High Court which should supersede Magistrate Court. Prison officials need that court order inviting them to court but they won’t give them. Prison and courts seem to be enemies.
God is here for my best interest.”
-Richard Arthur