Kemi Olunloyo returns to prison

Kemi Olunloyo returns to prison

- Controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo reveals in a recent post that she will be going back to prison

- Kemi who is currently on trial shares news that she will going back in for prison Olympics

- She won a medal while in prison and is going to redeem her prize

- Miss Olunloyo went back in prison and received her medal

Controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo who was recently released from prison after 81 days revealed she will be going back in. Kemi who is currently on trial shared the news on her social media page

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According to the recently born-again woman, she will be going back in prison to receive her medal which she won during the prison Olympics.

NAIJ.com earlier reported how Kemi thanked Linda Ikeji for donating money for her legal expense while in prison.

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Kemi Olunloyo in and out of prison

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On her social media page, she informed fans that she will going back to prison to receive her medal. She said: "I receive my gold medal tomorrow from Port Harcourt Prison Olympics. I took part and was called for medal day. Yes I am going back to prison while I'm here for court. That prison was a badge of honor for me! I left an indelible mark there. Watch out for my book #StraightOuttaPHMax coming soon."

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Kemi Olunloyo receiving her medal in Port Harcourt prison

After her trial, she pulled up the prison to receive her medal and shared photos of it on her social media page.

She said: "Today I was awarded a gold medal in the Nigerian Prison Sports festival which lasted 3 weeks the week I left. Medal day was today at 10am. I was in court. YES I enjoyed prison! It is not the best place. My complainant cannot break me. I made the best out of a bad situation. These services were FREE. I also did medic*tion counseling free for inmates as a pharmacist. My 81days was not to "correct or rehabilitate" me. I was awaiting trial. Nigeria does not have city jails so we are mixed with convicts. They wear blue, we wear green. That is why I call everyone that called me ex-convict an illiterate. I have not been convicted of a crime yet."

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