Kemi Olunloyo reacts as TheNation newspaper spreading fake news about Hushpuppi

Nigerian popular controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has called out TheNation newspaper for allegedly spreading fake news about the Instagram bigboy "Hushpuppi’s" extradition to Nigeria.

Read below what she said;

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Wellness is when a leading newspaper is Transparent. News is suppressed in Nigeria. I was the first to break this story to you and will not stop with the details. 🇳🇬 @thenationnewspaper STOP SPREADING #FakeNews. U couldn't even report Abba Kyari's death when it actually happened. HushPuppi cannot be EXTRADITED to Nigeria. He's not a Nigerian citizen anymore. Ramoni Igbalode is facing charges for unemployment fraud for #COVID19 related layoffs and being EXTRADITED to the US. The total $100M is not Nigerian money. You want to extradite him so you can arrest Politicians who are in the opposition. Let's deal with our international disgrace first and let him mention all the politicians he might have laundered money for. @TheNationNews Stop diverting wrong info using the power of the MSM. This paper is owned by the ruling party #OfficialAPCNg. Tell Nigerians there are two Politicians in that party he Allegedly moved money for when they were in APC now decamped to #OfficialPDPNig. Mompha and HushPuppi will out EVERYBODY! This is just the beginning. You LIKED the post so you can go back to your silly editors who refuse to call me a Journalist yet copying my facts. 7am Saturday June 13th 2020 . . #DrKemiOlunloyo #IJCovid19 #Kemitalksinvestigation
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