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Controversial Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo Demands Apology From CNN After She Was Publicly Disgraced [Video]

Controversial blogger, Kemi Olunloyo, has publicly called for the sack of Stephanie Busari, the Supervising Producer of Cable News Network (CNN) Africa, over a comment directed to her on Twitter.

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Recall that it was reported that Busari called out Kemi Olunloyo to provide evidence of working for the company for two decades after the blogger claimed that she has 20-year history with the US based popular cable station.

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Busari’s response did not go down well with the Kemi Olunloyo and has come out to insist that the CNN producer must apologize to her for being unruly. She took to Twitter to request for apology or removal of Busari from the cable network.

She wrote;

“@CNNPR I am requesting an apology or REMOVAL of @stephaniebusari from the African bureau on my history at the Cable News Network since 1994.

If contributors “rambled”, ppl like @AprilDRyan won’t be working @cnn today or poor content dominates.

“Busari was 17yrs in high school when I was 30yrs, approached by CNN Medical in DC while I was the Director of a satellite outpatient pharmacy @HopkinsMedicine in East Baltimore to do a RAVE drugs story.

Her attempt to disgrace my work history in the eyes of Nigerians is disgraceful.

“As @camanpour said, we journalists are not supposed to take sides or be neutral. WE ARE SUPPOSED to come only for the truth.

When viral reporters, contributors, partners, p/t employees are ridiculed, CNN has no content. I expect a reply tweeted or sent to my DM. Thank you.”

Kemi went on to address the current issue in a video uploaded on Instagram. Check out the video below:


Recall that Kemi Olunloyo had come under fire recently for accusing wife of singer Timi Dakolo, Busola of lying about her rape accusations against the Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo.

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