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Kemi Olunloyo’s journalistic competence is questionable – Dimbo Atiya (video)

Following Kemi’s publication on social media that actor, Matt Alkali’s death has something to do with coronavirus, Dimbo Atiya has come out to condemn her.

Dimbo atiya dares Kemi Olunloyo to bring facts about her claims on Matt’s death.
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You will recall that we told that you that controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has disclosed that Matt was exposed to someone who had the virus thereby insinuating that he had died due to that exposure.

Dimbo who had earlier disclosed the news of Matt’s death has expressed his annoyance and disappointment at Kemi’s revelation.

He has condemned the journalist in strong terms. In his words, he said, “her (Kemi) journalistic competence at this point is questionable.”

He has also advised Kemi to prove her case beyond reasonable doubts by carrying out an autopsy since the deceased is yet to be buried.

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However, after this post, Kemi Olunloyo was still not satisfied. she kept on insisting that she was sure he was exposed to the virus before his sudden demise.

Again, Dimbo took to his Facebook page to reiterate his stance on the issue while stating his wish to allow the deceased rest in peace and stop dragging issues relating to his death.

In a video which he shared on Facebook, the CEO of familiar grounds media, Dimbo Atiya, dares the journalist, Kemi to provide facts.

He said that if she doesn’t bring up facts to back up her claims concerning Matt’s death then they will make the whole world know that she is a fraud who specializes in peddling fake stories.

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Victoria Michaelhttps://www.naijahomebased.com/
Victoria Michael is an entertainment & viral news reporter for Naijahomebased. She has a passion for writing.


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